How to Stop School Violence in Florida and America--Discussed by Country Singer Michael Shawn Hartman

Image: Michael Shawn Hartman. Photo Credit: Michael Sargent, Mike Hartman Studios.

Michael Shawn Hartman Discusses Florida Shooting, Releases Acclaimed New Single Cruise Night and Cars, and Set to Perform Live Concert at the Circus in New York

Country music makes me happy when I hear it. It makes me feel good. I want to do the same for people. I want to make people happy and feel good with my music!”
— MIchael Shawn Hartman

MALIBU, CALFORNIA, USA, February 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Of the tragedy in Florida, the singer states, "My heart goes out to the victims, families and loved ones of the victims of this senseless, horrible act. We must find out why people are sick or angry and stop this violence before it happens." The publicist of Michael Shawn Hartman, Bruce Edwin states, "Schools need to wake up, and get metal detectors and a guard at every entrance! Government buildings have them, and our kids are just as important."

Country singer Michael Shawn Hartman has released a great new single; "Cruise Night and Cars." The Hollywood Sentinel states, Michael Shawn Hartman always delivers consistently great songs that are memorable, and great. "Cruise Night and Cars" makes us want to build a campfire and have a tailgate party. Great work." Listen to the new single and more of the highly acclaimed singer and songwriter here below.

https://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/28694554

ABOUT MICHAEL SHAWN HARTMAN

Recently named "The Next Johnny Cash," country star Michael Shawn Hartman was heard recently in the media (FOX NEWS), suggesting that America's self-esteem had been damaged by criticizing America, political party members, and our U.S. President, and hopes to help fix that. He stunningly learned to play over 500 songs, and as a "masterful songwriter" (www.HOLLYWOODSENTINEL.com) has written nearly 100 new songs, with several of his newly released tracks, now on his website found below, being called "brilliant" by press. According to a report on ABC news, Michael Shawn Hartman started his organization FAITH, FREEDOM, COUNTRY; to help advance positive messages in country music, and help stop hatred. The singer now even has Official T-shirts, celebrating just that, found at his website below, for fans.

While other classmates were busy collecting bugs and baseball cards, a young Michael Shawn was busy jamming. The singer, songwriter, and guitarist, who Hollywood Sentinel hails as “The next Johnny Cash,” began playing guitar at the young age of nine years old.

A second generation guitar player, music and a guitar was literally handed down to the young, future performer, growing up with his mother – also a singer and songwriter – performing on stage. With a guitar always in the corner, his older brother, who also played guitar, would tell him to pick up the instrument, and teach him how to play. “You’ll know you get it right,” his older brother told him, “When all of your fingers are bleeding!”
Having learned how to play five-hundred songs in the band “Step In Country,” Michael was later invited to play a benefit concert back in 2010, and by this time had written sixty-five songs of his own. He later called up his old bass player, and the rest is history. Living just an hour drive from Niagara Falls, Michael Shawn was raised in the country – and raised on country. Citing greats including; Elvis, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and Merle Haggard among some of his favorite singers and influences, Michael Shawn’s roots go deep, and one can hear his genuine soul and power in each song.

When asked what his life philosophy is, Michael admits, “My philosophy is don’t take advantage of people, and be comfortable with everything around me. I try be the fairest I can to everybody.” He adds, “Country music makes me happy when I hear it. It makes me feel good. I want to do the same for people. I want to make people happy and feel good with my music!”

Michael Shawn Hartman will be performing at the Keenan Center in Lockport, New York, for the Circus there on February 23th and 24th. Visit: http://kenancenter.org/calendar-2/ for further information.

Press, Media, and Booking of Michael Shawn Hartman, contact: 310-226-7176.

Bruce Edwin
Hollywood Sentinel Public Relations
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