Country Music Star Bucky Covington Helps IAFF Charitable Foundation

09/05/2012
American Idol finalist and country music artist Bucky Covington is sharing a piece of his rising fame to help firefighters and their families. Covington will release his second album, Good Guys, next week. A portion of the proceeds from the first week's sales will benefit the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Charitable Foundation and Help the Good Guys, a non-profit organized to honor and support professional firefighters. "Bucky Covington is a great country music singer who is doing a great thing for firefighters," says Harold Schaitberger, General President of the IAFF. Throughout his rise to fame, Covington has worked closely with Help the Good Guys and the I...

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