Nashville Press Release: National Recording Artist, SaulPaul, Brings New Music and Inspiring Message to Nashville Youth at Fannie Battle Day Home for Children

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Contact: Bianca Neal
Ph: 512-229-8681
Email: bianca@saulpaul.com
Website: www.SaulPaul.com // www.WeDreamin3D.com

National Recording Artist, SaulPaul, Returns with New Music and Inspiring Message to Houston Youth

Nashville, TN July 28th, 2017 – On Monday, July 17th, 2017, National Recording Artist, SaulPaul, best known as a Musician with a Message, will deliver a blend of music and motivational speaking to the youth at the Fannie Battle Day Center. Part of SaulPaul’s We Dream in 3D National Tour, his mission is to inspire youth to Dream in 3D and transform their dreams into reality. His performance will include works from his new album entitled, We Dream in 3D, and feature work from his latest book, Rise, which includes inspirational messages and colorful images that families can enjoy.

SaulPaul transitioned from a social misfit to doing social good, and now he is a Musician with a Message. Performing live to over 100,000 youth annually through advocacy organizations, schools and through corporate partnerships, SaulPaul encourages “education not incarceration” to at-risk youth. Using his tasteful rhymes and freestyle raps, SaulPaul incorporates his unique style with his guitar and loop pedal along with his powerful voice to bring inspiring messages through his music to the world.

SaulPaul new album, We Dream in 3D, includes songs fans love, but with new verses, new beats, and new music. Featuring some of the 100,000 young people he’s entertained, inspired and empowered over the years, SaulPaul’s newest album includes some of his most popular songs that have been re-imagined, remixed, or re-recorded.

WHO: SaulPaul
WHEN: Monday, July 17th, 2017
Program Time: 10:00am-11:00am
WHERE: Fannie Battle,  108 Chapel Ave., Nashville, TN 37206
INTERVIEWS or PHOTOS: Please contact Bianca Neal: (512) 229-8681 or bianca@SaulPaul.com

About SaulPaul
For over a decade, SaulPaul has earned an international reputation as a “Musician with a Message” who can entertain and educate any audience. He’s performed at some of the world’s most esteemed festivals and has lectured at some of America’s top universities. SaulPaul is the author of the book Dream in 3D (Tate Publishing) and has influenced nearly a million audience members through his work. His new mobile gaming app, SaulPaul Dream in 3D, is available on iTunes and Google Play. His universally accessible story from tragedy to triumph has been told on screen through the film Tower to Tower. He has been featured on MTV, LA TIMES, ESPN radio, and countless other media outlets. You can learn more about his music and efforts to change the world at www.SaulPaul.com.

About Fannie Battle

Created in 1891 by Miss Fannie Battle, the Fannie Battle Day Home for Children is the oldest child care center in Middle Tennessee.  Miss Battle was a woman of great vision and dedication who saw a need and, against substantial odds, met it. Miss Battle realized that unsupervised children were roaming the streets of Nashville while their parents worked and, as a result, rented a room and began caring for children. Her determination led to the creation of the Day Home. Today, our mission is to continue the tradition established in 1891 by our founder, Miss Fannie Battle: to provide affordable, high-quality child care for at-risk children in a nurturing environment, while empowering families to reach their potential.

For 125 years, we have served families facing economic and educational hardships. 90% of our children are from poverty level or low-income families; 31% live in public housing; 79% are from single-parent homes; 94% qualify for free/reduced meals; and 86% are minorities. Families are required to be working and/or in school. Currently, 75% of our families are working; 4% are attending school; and 21% are working and in school.

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For additional material or to interview SaulPaul, contact Bianca Neal: (512)229-8681/ bianca@SaulPaul.com