PSA encouraging vaccination is part of the “It’s Up to You” campaign and debuted during the 56th ACM Awards
that Church, Rucker, and McBryde were “the perfect combination of artists” to bring the message of vaccination to the country-music fan base.“We just want to educate people to know the truth that vaccines are safe,” Whiteside said. “If we really want to get the music industry back, if people want to be back and see their favorite artists performing onstage again, [vaccinations] need to happen.”
Church has been particularly vocal about music fans receiving their shots. “I’ve been in every meeting, every phone call. I’ve looked at this every way you can look at this. And the easiest way, the fastest way, for us to get back [onstage] is not vaccines, it’s vaccinations,” he
Rolling Stone. “It’s needles in arms. I’m a big proponent of that.”The ad, presented by ACM Lifting Lives with the Ad Council and Covid Collaborative’s “It’s Up to You” campaign, premiered during the 2021 ACM Awards on Sunday night and will air nationally on various networks. headtopics.comRead more: Rolling Stone »
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