The Red Note Foundation Adds Its First Celebrity Ambassador
Country music artist Shari Rowe has been added to the Red Note Foundation team as their first celebrity ambassador.
The Red Note Foundation is an organization that brings music education into the lives of students and young adults. Team members are described as “the heart of our organization” and volunteer their time and effort to music lessons, concert experience, sponsorships, and instrument donations. As the celebrity ambassador, Shari Rowe will utilize her star power to spread awareness for the foundation, aiding in bringing in donations for the organization. “I love music, and I love helping others,” said Shari. “This is what it’s all about; this is why I do what I do.”
The foundation was created by family and friends of Kristen Hooker, a musician who had a passion for music education and serving the community through music. The foundation carries out her passion to people that seek music education to grow, learn and perform through lessons and performances.
Shari Rowe is an American country music singer from Arizona. Rowe has performed with acts such as Big and Rich, Duck Dynasty’s Uncle Si Robertson, Marsha Robertson and Maddie and Tae. Rowe is frequently out on the road and has even had the opportunity to take her high energy performances to Europe. Her recent singles “Moonshine” and “Family Gathering” have been streaming over radio stations across the country.
For more information about the Red Note Foundation and how to donate, visit www.rednotefoundation.org. For more information on Shari Rowe, visit www.sharirowe.com.