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Our Ambassadors

As advocates for empowering a more positive lifestyle for all generations, we understand it requires commitments from so many of us to accomplish this. It starts by being able to connect to young people and older adults alike. The musical Ambassadors of Teens Of America and The Obesity Revolution, serve as celebrity influencers for schools, students and their families. Our Celebrity musical Ambassadors serve as the added voices to TOA Founder, Sean Mulroney. These amazing artists will be touring schools seeking student pledges for joining the Revolution for social acceptance and positive lifestyle choices. This helps lead to less bullying, social shaming and mentors to aid the students forwardly. These amazing artists will join our headline artists in making history on the The National Day of Awareness for positive lifestyle adoption. A musical celebration of the arts to honor the pledge of schools, students and the families positively affected by the Revolution! Artists from around North America make up the powerfully diverse and impactful in school PSA touring Ambassadors. This is your chance to register for a fun impactful experience for all students  and their families. These Assemblees are being dynamically encouraged by the Artists to make positive lifestyle choices. When you register your school, please make sure to check the box requesting to be scheduled in consideration of the 2018-2019 PSA Spring to Winter tour. These amazing musical artists each have their own inspiring stories to tell. Stories of learning from their own negative choices, experiences and how they each grew from it. The stories are in how they’re changing more than their lives. The lives of millions across the country who are being impacted by their performances and testimonies. The Artists are serving as Celebrity Ambassadors in support of Sean Mulroney and Teens of America. They want you to become part of the Revolution today. These in-school positive lifestyle tours will lead to the Unified National Day of Awareness. This is to be recognized as a national fundraising event. An event benefiting all schools  registered along with vital local after school programs. It also ends the need for high frequency candy sales as fundraising products. Eco friendly, with reversal of the promotional use of the #1 cause of juvenile obesity and diabetes. Sugars. Let’s meet our Celebrity Ambassadors of Empowerment into Teens of America, The Obesity Revolution


Infectious melodies, powerful performances and sheer raw talent has audiences captivated with upcoming country-pop artist/songwriter Alayna. After moving to Nashville in 2011, she landed an endorsement with Breedlove guitars, has written with hit makers such as Kirsti Manna, Steve Dean and Benita Hill, and performed at many local venues like The Listening Room, the Bluebird Cafe, and even Nissan Stadium.

Funded by, Alayna’s debut EP, “The Wrong Side” charted at #30 on the UK iTunes country charts. Other releases include the “Wicked City” EP and more recently her single “Burnt Out”. Named a 2017 CMA Emerging Artist, she has a rapidly growing fan base on social media with over 1,000,000 YouTube hits and over 150,000 Twitter followers. Alayna was diagnosed with PTSD in 2015 and wants to share her story and love for music with as many people as she can.

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Briana Renea

Briana Renea comes by her country roots naturally, growing up on a rural farm in Canby, Oregon in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.  She released her EP “Red Lips White Lies” in May 2015.  On this EP, Briana collaborated with great Nashville writers, Cort Carpenter, Jason Wyatt and Tony George.  Her original songs are about real life experiences happening around her.  Her song, “Dirt Side” talks about her country roots growing up playing in the dirt and living on a farm.  “Red Lips, White Lies” was inspired by a road trip with her twin brother, learning about all the “crazies” he dated.  Her musical style was greatly influenced by her childhood growing up on 80s rock and 90s country.  It is only natural that she blurs the line between rock and country in her writing style.

Her hard work is paying off by having her new single and title track of her new album, “Chasin’ Trouble” placed in the Top 40 for the Nashville Songwriters Association International’s (NSAI) second quarter of 2016. Off of her first EP “Red Lips White Lies” her song “Dirt Side” was chosen for the top 12 Best of NSAI Spring Training award. Most recently, her new bull riding single “Widow Maker”, was selected for use in the Northwest Pro Rodeo Association finals commercial. Briana has been blessed to work with such a wonderful and experienced group of writers.  Songwriters like Steve Mitchell, Dee Briggs, Mason Douglas and Jason Wyatt have helped shape and guide her music.

You can’t miss red haired Briana’s high-energy when she performs. She has traveled and entertained country fans throughout the Northwest, and shared the stage with notable acts such as Joe Nichols, Old Dominion, Canaan Smith, Sammy Kershaw and The Cadillac Three.  When she’s not playing music you will find her embracing her dirt side, showing horses in the Western States Stock Horse Association, swing dancing and hanging out with friends and family.

Chasing Lovely

Indie-pop duo Chasing Lovely combine haunting harmonies, powerful melodies, and insightful lyrics to create a truly captivating acoustic performance. The Korean American sisters grew up in Minneapolis, moved to Nashville in 2011 and spent six years cutting their teeth in Music City before relocating to Atlanta in 2017. The best way to describe their sound: The Civil Wars meets James Bay meets Adele. Chloe and Taylor have had the privilege of working alongside producers and musicians who have worked with Mumford & Sons, Joy Williams, Ingrid Michaelson, Meghan Trainor, Gungor, and Ben Rector. Chasing Lovely’s mission is to provoke thought, promote understanding, and capture both glimmers of light and darkness as they share the deeply moving human experience through song.

Chris Timbers

Chris Timbers is poised to rise to the top once again.  His story resonates with many as he found success, experienced failure and is now focused and poised for the climb back up. Chris’ story is one of passion, performance and well… prison. As a result, Chris has the life experience that allows him to draw from deep within. His words are indeed healing, inspiring and comforting as he so beautifully crafts them in to the songs we’ve come to know and love.

Chris has been writing music and performing for most of his life. When he began to pursue it professionally, Chris’ blues/roots sound led him to front and write music for the Virginia-based band, Less Traveled. They found success together producing an album, developing a following, and touring regionally. It wasn’t long before Chris’ talent was getting some pretty serious attention. With an endorsement from Godin Guitars and a spot opening for acts such as Agents of Good Roots, Merle Saunders and Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews and TR3), Chris decided to strike out as a solo artist and moved to New York, where he continued to work on his unique style and hone his technique. Chris became a favorite in the Brooklyn music scene, and sat in as a session guitarist on several indie records. Shortly thereafter, Chris’ success came to a halt as he battled substance abuse, decided to become involved with a motorcycle “gang” and suffered the loss of his only sibling, James at a young age. Chris ended up in prison with lots of time to think, reflect and write.

Knowing it was time for change, Chris had to reinvent himself focusing on the positive but using past struggles to guide him toward a more positive life. Chris adopted Native American spirituality and poured his whole heart into his music, which gave him peace and focus. He spent hours practicing and giving private concerts to anyone who loved great music and needed to know there was hope. It all motivated him to “Keep Moving” which he later named his first solo album.

Chris returned to Virginia with a renewed sense purpose and direction. And with the help of bassist and friend, Mike Echols, Chris soon had a new line-up of performers to make music.

Together with Mike on bass and vocals, drummer Paul Dudley, percussionist and drummer Chris Derry, Stephen Goodrick on lead guitar, and Joe Daniel on keyboards and vocals, Chris Timbers Band represents a style of music that’s hard to categorize. Chris calls his unique combination of country, contemporary jazz, blues, and rock “alternative soul.” You’ll hear hints of Stevie Ray Vaughn, the rhythm of blues, the lyrics of soul, the melodies of country, and some good old-fashioned rock ‘n roll.

Join Chris Timbers Band on their journey of love, rebirth, and inspiration. Sign up to hear the latest news at and learn about upcoming shows and tour dates. Free musical downloads are available just for signing up.

Damien Maze

Damien Maze grew up in Saint-Pascal Baylon, a village in eastern Ontario, Canada. Raised on a dairy farm where his love for country music started. Picked up his first guitar at the age of 20 and has been concentrating on his career writing songs and playing at big festivals since.

Signed with SONY, AMG and AGR labels, Damien Maze young rising country star is very promising. Lives in Orleans, Ontario Canada presently and ready for another successful year with new music and performing in new festivals and tours.

Damien finds inspiration every time he’s on his boat and on the beach when he can really concentrate and put his mind at ease.

Dre Hilton

Dre Hilton is a Singer, Performer, Motivational Speaker & TV Show Host. He travels across the country delivering a positive message to people of all ages telling them to “Dream Big”. Dre is known for his high energy presence on stage and on camera. In 2014 Dre Hilton started a career in children’s music with a release of a song called “Yes I Can Can”. The song and music video went around the world which led him to travel to schools,churches & other youth organizations with a fun filled stage show for children.

Dre is now on a mission to change the world through his message and music. His new album titled “Change the World” is filled with innovative music that deals with issues that people all over the world are facing. The goal of this project is to put a spark into the mind of people, reminding them that we all can make a difference. “Lets Unite” says Dre.

Dre’s music caught the attention of “The Recording Academy” mostly known as The Grammy’s. He is now apart of The Grammy Association and earned an appearance and interview on the red carpet in 2018. Also in this same year, He was presented with the “Dr. Martin Luther King Jr” award by the city of St. Louis for his work with children.

Erin Gibney

Coming from New England, Erin Gibney puts a new and refreshing spin on country music. She has been performing since she was 11 years old in multiple venues until she came to Nashville in September of 2016 to record her first two singles, “Do My Time” and “Leaving Home.” After falling in love with the city, she decided to move to Nashville in August of 2017, attending Belmont University as a Music Business major, to be closer to the studio and producer helping to make her music possible. Along with singing live around Nashville, Gibney recently released her debut EP, “Bold,” on April 12th, 2018. The EP ranges from empowering songs about finding yourself to ballads about young love.

Gibney has had the incredible honor of working alongside well-known and respected Nashville musicians under the guidance of her producer, Buddy Hyatt, for this album. These Grammy and CMA winning musicians include, Brent Mason, Bobby Terry, Zach Allen, Wayne Killius, Duncan Mullins, Scott Sanders, Hale White, and Buddy Hyatt himself. At an early age, Erin Gibney became largely involved in volunteering when in 2010 her and her twin sister, Emily, founded an organization of girls in their town with the motive of aiding people in need. They began by doing bake sales to generate money for the YMCA to send children to camp in the summer and soon escalated into adopting a program that filled over 400 backpacks a year for underprivileged kids. Gibney is now very excited to bring all of her life experiences and skill sets to the Teens of America tour to help empower students to realize that anything is achievable.

KAJ Brothers

HAJ Brothers

The Orlando-based KAJ Brothers are one of the hottest new musical acts with a growing fan base eager to hear their pop/funk sound. This pop trio sensation has more than a million views on YouTube, 300,000 spins on Spotify and their songs are climbing the charts on Hit Music Radio and Triple V Music.

The KAJ Brothers are true showmen on a mission “to make chivalry cool again.” They aim to uplift people with amazing, clean and inspiring dance music punctuated by their signature harmonies and tight choreographies. Their debut Chivalry album has opened many eyes and ears to the multi-talented Kyle Craichy, Austin Craichy and Johnny Atys who all sing, dance, write songs and play multiple instruments.