Personalized Video Platform Cameo Goes Country for a Cause

You can book Carrie Underwood, Jon Pardi, Tyler Hubbard and more!

Personalized Video Platform Cameo Goes Country for a Cause
Josh Turner; Photo Credit: David McClister

For the last few years, stars of all stripe have been able to use Cameo as a way to connect directly with fans in the digital space, often filming special video messages with special, one-on-one personal touches. And now a contingent of coutnry stars is helping the service go country for a good cause.

Teaming up with Cameo and ACM Lifting Lives to raise money for their COVID-19 Response Fund, more than 25 stars are taking part in Cameo Goes Country, and with special offers available through June 30, 100 percent of money brought it will go to music industry pros in financial need.

On tap to help out are stars like Caylee Hammack, Deana Carter, Jon Pardi, Jordan Davis, Josh Turner, Lauren Alaina, Maddie & Tae, Mickey Guyton, Runaway June, Trace Adkins, Travis Denning, Tyler Hubbard, Walker Hayes, and many more. Each will make themselves available to book by fans, who can ask for personalized messages, or purchase virtual meet-and-greet tickets – it’s kind of like being your favorite artist’s manager for a day.

Find more information at ACM Lifting Lives is dedicated to improving lives through the power of music, and is the charitable arm of the Academy of Country Music. Created in April 2020, their COVID-19 Response Fund has distributed over $3.5 million to assist individuals working in the Country music industry who have suffered financial crisis as a result of the pandemic.