An invitation to a charity sing-off has turned into a record deal for Jeremy Greene.
Greene is a co-founder of COV-AID, a national streaming mini-marathon of music and video games that raised money for the Boys and Girls Clubs and Americares on May 5.
Through Instagram, Greene invited Gary Levox, lead singer of country super-group Rascal Flatts to sing with him as part of the fundraiser.
Now, Greene has a record deal with Levox's new label.
"I reached out to him [Gary Levox] on Instagram and his daughter saw it first and said, 'Daddy, you need to talk with this kid.' And then he called me and we just went for it," Greene told WGME-TV in Portland, Maine.
Greene is from Waterville, Maine. He and Levox sang the Rascal Flatts hit "Bless The Broken Road" from remote locations.
"We did the record live and it came out sounding crazy," Greene continued. "He was like, 'Hey, I think you should be singing country music.' I was like, 'Dude, you ain't lying. I would give my left arm to have something like that.'"
That led to Greene's deal and his first single called "My Way."
"So much stuff is happening. It has been amazing," Greene said.
Greene's new single is available on his website, JeremyGreeneMusic.com.
Jeremy's performance with Gary and the new single are below.