Thursday, September 3, 2015


Popular Show Brings Newcomer To 100 Million Homes


Popular television show Country Fix will host the world broadcast premiere of newcomer Callie Twisselman's acoustic video, "Breathe," on Monday September 7. Fans in over 100 MILLION households can catch the emotionally-impactful video on DISH Network, Blue Highways TV, Heartland TV, Angel Two, The Family Channel and AMG.

Monday, September 7

Blue Highways TV @ 5:30 p.m. ET, Channel 73 on DISH nationwide

Heartland @ 8:00 p.m. ET (Nashville/Paducah markets @ 6:00 p.m. CT)

Angel Two / Dish Network @ 7:30 a.m. ET & 9 p.m. ET

Tuesday, September 8
Angel Two / Dish Network @ 3:00 a.m. ET

Blue Highways TV @ 8:30 p.m. & 11:30 p.m. ET, Channel 73 on DISH nationwide

Wednesday, September 9

Blue Highways TV @ 8:30 a.m. ET, Channel 73 on DISH nationwide

Friday, September 11
Heartland @ 4:00 p.m. ET (Nashville/Paducah markets @ 3:00 p.m. CT)

Saturday, September 12

The Family Channel @ 7 p.m. ET & 10 p.m. ET

Sunday, September 13

The Family Channel @ 4 p.m. ET

AMG @ 4:30 p.m. ET

Heartland @ 6:30 p.m. ET (Nashville/Paducah markets @ 5:30 p.m. CT)

Written by Twisselman, "Breathe" tells the story of heart-wrenching change and the strength required to see it through. The Top 30 MusicRow CountryBreakout™ Chart hit was produced by Tyler Cain, who artfully captured the emotion in Callie's voice and the honesty of its message. Video Producer/Director Brian Harstine of Liquid Crystal Productions chose to use Nashville's historic Cordelle House as the setting for its sense of calming warmth. Accompanied by musicians Zack Runquist and Jason Brooks, Callie shines as she delivers the haunting refrain with an intriguing blend of traditional Mountain Country shaded with Pop nuances:

"I just wanna be myself again and feel the way that I once did

And make all the wrong things right and breathe in tonight

I know these things take time but I don't know if it will ever be alright

People change and that's okay, so I take it day by day

And try to forget your name but my mind doesn't work that way - no"

Callie recalls that painful time in her own life, noting, "I literally poured out my heart and tears on to a piece of paper when I wrote this one. My music is little pieces of who I am - some people write in diaries or go to therapy, I write a song." For Twisselman, this acoustic video represents a chance to share a moment of empowerment with her fans. "This is really about getting back to the person within ... your truest self. I think most people can definitely relate to it," she adds. "I've even had some folks say they felt like the song was literally written for them."

The "Breathe" video premiere follows last month's release of Twisselman's latest Country radio single, "Hung Me On The Line."

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