Walden’s music hits Top 40 again

Published 10:37 am Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Bobby Walden II, also known as Robert E., a lead in the country music group “BadHorse” and GMR/Universal Records are very excited about the release of their latest single titled “My Little Man.”

The single has recently reached No. 35 in the country music Top 40 list.

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“My Little Man” was written by Bainbridge native Robert E. and co-written by co-band leader Adam Grant. It all began when an Ohio station took a montage video of the song and placed it on the front page of their website www.prontojet.com under the tab Pronto Jet Cares; which is owned by a former member of the military.

The hit single is being talked about as the “New America’s Song” among radio and music critics; as our country reflects in the decade of 9/11.

New Music Weekly Magazine has voted “BadHorse” the “Best New Group/Dou of the Year” for 2010 after their first release Mississippi Rain Charted No. 1 on several charts and made the Top 20 on Music Row in Nashville.

Long time dreams seem to be coming into view and “BadHorse” would like to express its gratitude and thanks to all of their local supporters, especially B100 located in Albany and its listeners for requesting the single.

Each time someone downloads the new hit single of “My Little Man” through iTunes or Amazon.com the proceeds will go to “The Little Man Foundation” created by the label to help with scholarships and health related issues that impact military families across America.

“It’s all about giving back and a way of saying thank you to everyone in the military who fight for us and our freedom along with their families, who are left behind hoping and praying that they all come back safely,” Robert E. said.

In light of all that is happening Robert E. is quoted as saying “I have always wished to make my mom and dad proud along with all of my hometown friends and family, but I never imagined that a song I would write would have an impact on the world that we live in, and just maybe make a difference for a better place to live.”

The BadHorse mid-summer tour kicks off July 4 with Keith Urban in Long Island, N.Y. Follow BadHorse and receive updates on venues by visiting www.badhorsemusic.com.