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Rising Star Headlines AYA Benefit Concert at National Appaloosa Show

MOSCOW, Idaho—The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is proud to announce Callaway, the 16-year-old singer on the rise to international fame, will perform Saturday, June 28 in a concert benefiting the Appaloosa Youth Association (AYA) at the 61st National Appaloosa Show & 2008 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show in Jackson, Miss.

“The ApHC is very excited to collaborate with Callaway on this project,” said ApHC CEO, Steve Taylor. “We are looking forward to a great performance while raising much needed funds for the AYA.”

Though you may not know her name yet, Callaway has been stunning audiences throughout the globe with her soulful sound. She has impressed the powers that be in the music industry, which led to Callaway singing backup for Grammy Award winning soul artist, Sam Moore.

Moore, impressed by Callaway’s vocal abilities, began moving her to the forefront of the stage. Callaway sang duets with Moore, earning the attention of the audience and industry professionals, including her manager Randy Jackson of “American Idol”.

Callaway’s talent earned her the opportunity to sing “Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)” with Moore on “The Today Show” in June 2007. To view the performance, visit http://www.truveo.com and search “Sam Moore Today”.

Admission to the concert is $15 with proceeds benefiting the Appaloosa Youth Association.

Callaway’s performance marks the end of the exciting 2008 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show, which begins June 23.

For more information about the AYA Benefit Concert or the Appaloosa Horse Club, visit http://www.appaloosa.com.

The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was established in 1938, with a mission of preserving, promoting and enhancing the Appaloosa breed. The ApHC has since registered more than 670,000 Appaloosas, which are known for their distinctive color, intelligence and even temperament. True to their reputation as an extremely versatile breed, Appaloosas can be found in nearly every discipline, including racing, endurance riding or serving as reliable family horses. The international breed registry is headquartered in Moscow, Idaho; the heart of the Palouse region, the Appaloosa breed’s namesake and point of origin.


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