“Stronger (Than You Seem),” from the album “Saturday Night” (Playback Records), is already being used by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, as part of a bullying prevention program in schools.
“Many kids are bullied because they are perceived as being different,” said Julie Hertzog, director of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. “’Stronger’ is powerful because it speaks about the value in being who you really are.”
“Since PACER is using ‘Stronger,’ this seemed like a good time to release it to radio stations,” said Kelli Jette, manager of Jetset Getset. “We have received a lot of feedback from fans who say ‘Stronger’ inspires them. We hope radio programmers feel the same.”
Last year, Jetset Getset was named by the Country Music Association among “Who New to Watch.” The group, which is comprised of two singers and five musicians, is noted for its harmonies and energetic stage shows. Formerly a vocal trio, Jetset Getset recently lost one of its singers, Sadie Loveland, who resigned to pursue other interests.
“Obviously, we are adjusting the vocal arrangements of our songs, but the harmonies are still beautiful and the music is the same,” Jette said. “We have outstanding musicians. We are developing new material, while still performing the songs that our fans have come to expect.”
“Stronger” is being distributed to radio through Play MPE. The music of Jetset Getset is available through iTunes, Amazon and other online retailers. More information is available at www.JetsetGetset.com.
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