Canby's own Briana Renea continues her musical journey with a new project and fun direction

Canby singer-songwriter Briana Renea has some new projects coming up.

Canby Singer-songwriter, Briana Renea utilizes her musical talent to the benefit of others by taking time out of her touring schedule to entertain and bring a message of social responsibility and accountability to school students.

Via the Social Acceptance Public Service Ambassador tour, which provide free concerts for schools) Renea will perform her original music and hopes to bring awareness on important subjects to schools, their students/families/communities like social acceptance, eliminating bullying, juvenile diabetes, childhood obesity and self-harm.

Many media outlets will also be stops on the tour.

Schools can pre-register as a tour stop at

Renea's upcoming single 'Unstoppable' was selected as the theme song for the 2018-2019 Teens of America PSA tour. The song was released March 30. In fact, Renea is donating 10 percent of this year's 'Unstoppable' download sales to

Teens of America.

Renea said she wanted to write a song for the Teens of America program that would help inspire people and deliver a positive message for the program.

"So I went looking through my catalog of unfinished songs and stumbled on the rough work tape of this. I immediately sent the idea over to my co-writer, Steve Mitchell, and asked him to help me finish the song," said Renea. "It took two writing sessions, but when it was done I was thrilled with how it turned out."

"I can't thank Briana enough for putting into words what this project is really all about," said Teens of America founder, Sean Mulroney. "She nailed it. That's the power of music, of songwriting, really, to touch and heal people in ways nothing else can."

Renea said she considers herself blessed.

"I grew up on a farm and developed a deep love of horses. I've had some ups and downs in my life personally and professionally and I've tapped into that and embraced it," she said. "My music is maturing and developing as I grow as a person and musician. I'm excited to see where this growth takes me and how people react to it.

"I think it is important that we as artists bring social acceptance messaging front and center," she added.

For more information about the tour, check out For more information on what Renea is up to, check out her website at www. Check out her new song at

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