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Beautiful U tour coming to WCHS
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International recording artists Nate and Quinn Williams are bringing their Beautiful U tour to Warren County students, parents and families this coming Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 5:30 p.m. in the WCMS auditorium. Admission is free and the show is expected to last an hour.

“I think this presentation, Stand Together, will be an opportunity for our students and families to hear important anti-bullying education and an uplifting message about positive behavior,” said Shannon Railing, the school system’s Coordinated School Health director.

The contemporary country duo provides musical entertainment while touching on topics like bullying, healthy living and character education. The concert is sponsored by Coordinated School Health. 

“We began working with youth early in our career performing at schools,” said Nate. “We saw firsthand how music had an impact and opened the door to share a positive message of hope and encouragement to youth.”

Nate explained that youth face so many heavy influences daily. From social media to peer interaction, the majority of the influence students’ face is negative. 

“Even at a young age, young people are being led to believe they are not good enough or need to look a certain way to be beautiful and it’s simply not true,” explained Nate. “Beautiful U is all about uncovering the truth - you are beautiful.”

The Williams brothers’ music is rooted deep by their humble Midwest upbringing. The pair grew up in the farmlands of Twin Falls, Idaho among a household of five brothers before moving to Nashville. 

Railing said there will be sign-in sheets and after the show. Students who participated will receive giveaway items like sunglasses and drawstring bags sent to their school for distribution.

For more information about Nate and Quinn Williams, visit www.ehent.com/williamsduomusic. If you have questions about the free event taking place at WCMS, contact Shannon Railing at 473-6557.