Radio Disney Country Artist Jessie Chris announced today she is a proud supporter of Disney’s new national #ChooseKindness Anti-Bullying Campaign.
Jessie, who was the victim of extreme bullying in school herself, has filmed an Anti-Bullying PSA, and is joining several other artists and celebrities hoping to drive awareness to this growing epidemic.
Jessie is currently in the middle of a radio tour for her new single and also visiting schools throughout the country speaking to students about her personal experiences and sharing with students the need to #choosekindness over bullying.
Jessie is available for interviews and below you can find additional biographical information.
Jessie Chris at 18 years old was the youngest performer at the 2015 CMA Festival and has opened for iconic artist to include Luke Bryan, Chris Young, John Rich and Billy Ray Cyrus and has performed at The Country Music Hall of Fame. She has also recorded an acoustic version of 98 Degrees hit song “I Do” with 98 Degrees Jeff Timmons and will be back in the studio with Jeff in September 2016 to record a new duet. Earlier this year she was one of only four people nationwide selected to perform at the William Morris Speakeasy Showcase in Nashville.
Her first album “Wildfire” was recorded at the Legendary Dark Horse Studios in Nashville and her current single, “In The Meantime” is being played nationwide on country radio to include Radio Disney Country. Jessie will be releasing her next single “1963 on October 24, 2016.
Growing up Jessie was the victim of extreme bullying and music was always her way of coping with life’s experiences. Besides singing and songwriting, Jessie plays the guitar, piano and dabbles with the banjo. She has received extensive global media coverage and has headlined both an Anti-Bullying Tour and a Walmart Tour.
Philanthropy is very important to Jessie and she recently visited and performed for the Wounded Warriors at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC and has been a frequent guest of Ryan Seacrest Studios at Boston Children’s Hospital and other Children’s Hospitals.
Jessie’s favorite quote is “dreams come a size too big so we can grow into them” and she believes that her dreams are many sizes too big but that just means it will take the continued hard work and passion to get where she wants to be.