CBS RADIO, home to some of the most recognized and celebrated country stations across the nation, has partnered with Columbia Nashville to promote the single “Take The Keys” from the label’s ambitious, distinctive new singer-songwriter Leah Turner. 

In conjunction with the release of Turner’s new single, CBS RADIO’s country stations will give away a trip from each station for winners to see Turner perform Saturday, Nov. 16 at The Hard Rock Café inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa.  Furthermore, at Turner’s show, one grand prize winner will “Take The Keys” to a new 2014 Ford Mustang.

 

The contest will run on-air from Monday, Oct. 14 - Friday, Oct. 18 nationally and from Monday, Oct. 21 – Friday, Nov. 8 locally in Tampa.  The promotion will be featured on all of CBS RADIO’s country stations including:

 

WUSN/Chicago

KILT/Houston

WYCD/Detroit

KMPS/Seattle

KMLE/Phoenix

KMNB/Minneapolis

WQYK/Tampa

WSOC/Charlotte

WDSY/Pittsburgh

KFRG/Riverside

KNCI/Sacramento

 

 

Signed to Columbia Nashville in July 2013, California native, singer-songwriter Turner grew up in the Morongo Valley on a ranch filled with horses, goats and chickens.  Her unique Western upbringing as a West Coast cowgirl, complemented by father’s occupation as a championship header in the rodeo, strongly influenced Turner’s earliest musical taste. She began writing songs when she was six years old, while coming back from church, singing a song that she wrote. Turner’s debut single, “Take the Keys” houses a heavy rock influence and showcases her distinctive vocals.

 

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