WHAT SHE SINGS IN VEGAS DOESN'T ONLY STAY IN VEGAS: IT GOES NATIONAL
FORMER MISS NEVADA & MISS AMERICA TALENT WINNER KASTEL BREAKS INTO THE TOP 40 (#31) ON FMQB AC RADIO STATIONS ACROSS THE U.S. WITH HER SMOKY RENDITION OF “BEYOND THE SEA” AND IS SURROUNDED BY STARS SUCH AS CARRIE UNDERWOOD AND KELLY CLARKSON
KASTEL ALSO SPONSORS A 3 TIME NHRA CHAMPION RACE CAR DRIVER AS A PROMOTION FOR HER VEGAS-INSPIRED ALBUM, 'THIS TIME AROUND' AT MAJOR TRACKS ON THE NATIONAL DRAG RACE CIRCUIT
Las Vegas’s own Sandy Kastel (www.SandyKastel.com) is making waves across the country and cyberspace with her smoky rendition of “Beyond The Sea” which lit up the Top 40 Adult Contemporary Chart this week. Jumping to #31, “Beyond The Sea” is the first single from Sandy’s debut album This Time Around set to be released nationwide in May. Sandy is surrounded on the ACQB Chart by superstars such as Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, The Fray and John Mayer.
Kastel has been promoting her upcoming album This Time Around at major race tracks around the country, through her sponsorship of 3 time NHRA champion race car driver David Rampy. Look for Sandy’s picture and logo on Rampy’s trailer, car, and uniform, as he competes on the National Drag Race Circuit. Kastel along with David Rampy and his top-performing cars will also visit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in select cities along the NHRA route.
Kastel also just wrapped filming a Direct Response TV spot in Las Vegas with none other than Legendary TV Host Robin Leach, of “Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous”. Mr. Leach appeared to promote the fact that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the album benefits Children's Miracle Network (www.cmn.org). This TV spot is in support of Kastel’s upcoming album This Time Around which features her renditions of standard classic originals recorded by legends such as Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Wayne Newton, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mathis, Dinah Washington/Celine Dion and Judy Garland. Kastel's father, renowned saxophone player Dick Kastel, who has worked with everyone from Henry Mancini and Michel Legrand to Sinatra, Liza Minelli, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Shirley MacLaine, Juliet Prowse and Ann Margret also made an appearance in the video along with a 25-piece big band.