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A Song About Domestic Violence Changed Martina McBride's Life

When Martina McBride released her single "Independence Day" in 1993, some radio stations refused to play it. The song's subject, a long-abused woman who sets fire to her house in retaliation, proved to be too controversial for some at the time.

A Fan Teams With Singer Martina McBride to Do Good - The Story Exchange

Through Team Music is Love, Sheila Jones leads fans of country star Martina McBride in "flash-mob volunteering." Together they tackle domestic violence, hunger and more through tour-stop activities and the power of song. Sheila Jones discovered award-winning country singer Martina McBride when her 1994 hit song "Independence Day" ruled the airwaves.

Martina McBride Wants to Spread Love with...

MSNBC's Savannah Sellers talks with singer songwriter Martina McBride about encouraging others to use music to spread love. Martina McBride has joined the Global Citizen community, 7 million and counting.

Martina McBride's Team Music is Love Initiative Works on Leaving an Everlasting Impact - Inspirer

It is no surprise that many fans are inspired by their favorite artists and their music. Martina McBride supporter Sheila Jones used her inspiration as fuel when she teamed up with McBride to create the Team Music Is Love charity initiative. Inspirer reached out to Executive Director Jones and McBride to learn more about Team ...

This One's For The Girls: Martina McBride's Passion Project

Since the early 1990's, country music sensation Martina McBride has been captivating audiences with hits like "This One's For The Girls," "I'm Gonna Love You Through It," and "In My Daughter's Eyes." Known for her country pop material and soprano singing range, McBride, who has been dubbed the "Celine Dion of country music" is one of the most successful female country artists of all time.