Crystal Gayle to join others in Seoul, South Korea
(Nashville, TN) – This week, country music’s classiest lady, Crystal Gayle will make the 15-hour flight to Seoul, South Korea to join some of folk and pop music’s biggest names for the Flower Power Peace Festival spectacular!
Crystal will join the likes of music legends, Don McClean, The Alan Parsons Project, Donovan, The Kingston Trio, Judy Collins, The Brothers Four, Dr. Hook, Melanie Safka and Blood, Sweat & Tears for the two-day peace jam.
“Well, I have always been a ‘Flower Child’ at heart,” says Crystal. “The lineup is amazing… being asked to join these amazing entertainers, of which I myself am a personal fan of, is awesome… this will be an incredible event!”
The Flower Power Peace Festival will take place on May 4th and 5th at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in the heart of Seoul, the tenth largest city in the world. Crystal will take the stage at the festival on May 4th at 7:00 pm.
Her performance at the star studded-event is meant to promote peace in Korea, the only country still divided since World War II.
Multi-platinum country-pop sensation Crystal Gayle has nineteen #1 singles to her credit. Earlier in her career, Crystal took home the Grammys’ “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” award with her hit, “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue.” She’s a former ACM “Top New Female Vocalist” winner, a three-time ACM “Top Female Vocalist” winner and a two-time recipient of the CMA’s “Female Vocalist of the Year” Award. She’s won the AMA’s “Favorite Female Artist” award on three separate occasions and was the first country music singer to reach platinum sales.
For more information on Crystal Gayle, visit www.crystalgayle.com.