Juno-Nominated Vocalist & Award-Winning TV Producer Steph Carse’s My Shining Hour to Air on GoodLife 45 all of December

Steph Carse: My Shining Hour
Y i Count

STEPH CARSE is honored to share his story through the “My Shining Hour” TV event airing every Saturday in his current home state of Florida on GoodLife 45

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, December 7, 2017 — After a successful launch on the Daystar network, Juno Male Vocalist of the Year Nominee STEPH CARSE is honored to share his personal story through the “My Shining Hour” TV event airing throughout his current home state of Florida. “My Shining Hour” will air exclusively on GoodLife 45 every Saturday in December. Proceeds to Benefit Anti-Bullying Charity “Y i Count” and GoodLife 45

A short trailer for the “My Shining Hour” TV Special is available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/fmFPxePab_A.

“My Shining Hour” is airing as a fundraiser to support both Carse’s anti-bullying charity “Y i Count” and the GoodLife 45 network.

GoodLife 45 airs throughout the state of Florida on:

HD Channels –
• BrightHouse Networks –Channel 1045
• Comcast – Channel 439/380 Marion County
• DirecTV- Channel 45
• Dish – Channel 45
• Cox – Channel 1019
• Summit Broadband – Channel 8

SD Channels –
• BrightHouse Networks – Channel 19
• Comcast – Channel 17
• Cox – Channel 19
• AT&T U-verse – Channel 45

On the self-produced program, Carse shares the experiences of his music career, which has taken him from the top of the charts, to living out of his car, to the recording of his new album “My Shining Hour”. Told through music and narrative, Carse takes viewers from Canada to the U.S., to Africa, and to Israel sharing his journey of music, restoration and discovering his true calling.

Always a champion of worthy causes, Carse co-wrote and performed the anthem “Reach Out,” the official song for The American Red Cross. He also wrote and performed the title track for the album “Holiday Heroes” for The Special Olympics in Canada. The “Holiday Heroes” album generated over $2 million in net profit for The Special Olympics. Carse has launched his Y i Count anti-bullying campaign to provide a platform for this generation, helping them to understand their true value and potential and the power of words, and to counteract the aftermath of bullying. The special debuts the Y i Count theme song, “Awesome.” See Steph’s recent performance of “Awesome” at the Bell Center in Montreal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXRoinumw8I.

As a songwriter, performer and recording artist, Carse has sold over half a million albums worldwide and received a 5-star review for his 36-show run in Las Vegas from Jerry Fink of The Las Vegas Sun. Known for his impeccable 4-octave vocal range, his story was featured in the PBS Documentary “A Portrait of Steph Carse.”

As a television producer, Carse won 5 awards from The Florida Motion Picture and Television Association, including Best Feature Film and Best Male Vocalist, for the one-hour TV special “Reach Out” that he produced for PBS.

GoodLife 45 is Where Hope Happens! This network shares Christian and family-friendly programs that inspire viewers with relevant content that points the way to a better life in Jesus Christ. With a vision to share the love of Christ in compelling ways, GoodLife is committed to showcasing life-changing stories from real people. Broadcast to 9 Central Florida counties and over 1.5 million homes, the network strives to bring hope, transform lives and bring viewers into a closer, more intimate relationship with Christ.

For additional information, visit www.StephCarse.com www.MyShiningHour.com and www.yicount.org.

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Steph Carse is available for interviews.

Lori Heiselman
FrontGate PR
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Trailer of “My Shining Hour” TV Special

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