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article imageJulie Roberts talks music and multiple sclerosis charity work Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 20, 2014 in Music
Country singer Julie Roberts takes some time from her busy schedule to chat with me about her latest endeavors in music and her work with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Her latest studio album Good Wine and Bad Decisions, which received a glowing review from Digital Journal, was released on Sun Records, the former record label of Country Music Hall of Famer Johnny Cash. The CD went on to reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Albums charts. "Releasing the album on Sun Records was surreal, honestly. It is fun to look at the Sun logo on my record. For me, it's a blessing and I am very proud of it," she said.
Roberts' critically-acclaimed debut studio album featured her Top 20 hit and signature song "Break Down Here," as well as her follow-up singles "The Chance" and "Wake Up Older."
The South Carolina beauty revealed that she is "always writing new songs" and she is starting to work on her upcoming studio album, which she is excited about.
Aside from her music, she is actively involved with the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, where she is participating in speaking events and playing her music. "I am enjoying those, and they are keeping me busy," she said.
Speaking of the MS Society, she had done a StageIt event for them, where the proceeds benefited the 50 Mile Challenge Walk in Charleston, South Carolina. "It was very successful and it was awesome," she said. "I want to do what I love, and go out and help more people with multiple sclerosis. I have discovered over the last couple of years, that I have another purpose, and that is to reach people with multiple sclerosis. I am enjoying that so much, and it is very rewarding for me to leave each event, with the hope that I have impacted somebody's life and inspired them not to give up on their dreams. Everybody has different dreams and goals and I want to help as many people as I can," she explained.
For more information on country darling Julie Roberts, check out her official website.
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