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Bri Fletcher, Katie Austin and more aim to inspire women to ‘Glow’

21 April 2021 | 3:08 pm | Mallory Arbour

Country singer-songwriter and empowerment activist, Bri Fletcher has released her all-female empowerment single, Glow, including new talents.

Country singer-songwriter and empowerment activist, Bri Fletcher has released her latest single, Glow. The all-female empowerment anthem features some of the genre’s best rising talents, including Katie Austin, Liv Charette, Kaylin Roberson, April Kry, Ashlie Amber, Tori Allen, Brailey Lenderman, and Sara Spicer.

Written by Fletcher and Austin, the song’s greatest strength is that it allows each vocalist the opportunity to uniquely represent themselves and showcase how women become stronger through unity.

Speaking to The Honey Pop, Fletcher says, “I reached out to a bunch of artists that I had been following that I just knew were so talented, and I also reached out to women that I had written with before and supported my music, and I wanted to do the same for them. This project was surrounded by the most amazing energy ever. I have never felt such joy, support, and even emotions working on a song. It just all came together so beautifully, and I couldn’t be more proud of every woman who made it happen!”

By 15-years-old, Fletcher had penned more than 200 songs to help her cope with bullying in school. In 2012, she started the Teen Guidance Foundation, Debully to help other students overcome adversity and change the culture of bullying. The program offers a mix of concert-style live music with personal stories at no cost to schools. Over the last four years, 121 schools have hosted the one-of-a-kind event that forges connection, communication, and empathy among their students. Fletcher herself has shared her story with over 150,000 students across the US and counting.

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Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Fletcher released her debut single, Believe in Me in 2020 and it amassed over 50,000 streams in its first month. Her duet with JC Anderson entitled Stay The Same and singles Therapy and Cause I Love You, followed. Additionally, she also has three EPs to her name.

Now calling Nashville home, Fletcher was also the recipient of the ‘Best Original Song’ award at the Nashville CWIMA competition. She was also a contestant on Season 5 of The Voice US. As she continues to write and release new material, Fletcher hopes to embody one resounding refrain: a message of kindness and worthiness for all.

Keep up to date with Bri Fletcher on her Facebook page here.

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