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Tegan Marie joins Girl Scouts of the USA for 92nd Annual MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE®

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PHOTO CREDIT: SWEETY HIGH
RISING COUNTRY TALENT TO SING ON GIRL SCOUTS’ “BUILDING A BETTER WORLD” FLOAT

THEATRICAL STAGE DEBUT SET FOR DECEMBER 13

Warner Music Nashville and Sweety High talent TEGAN MARIE as she joins GIRL SCOUTS OF THE USA on November 22 to celebrate G.I.R.L. leadership at the 92ND ANNUAL MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE®.

As the featured performer on the Girl Scouts’ “Building a Better World” float, Tegan Marie will showcase what it means to be a true G.I.R.L (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ and sing her heart out for this time-honored Thanksgiving Day tradition, airing nationwide on NBC at 9 a.m. across all time zones.

Chosen for the float as a Girl Scout role model who is breaking barriers in music, Tegan Marie is the youngest female artist in 45 years to sign with a major Country label, and a committed change-maker in her own community. 

In 2016 she released “Lucky Me” to benefit children affected by the water crisis in her hometown of Flint, Michigan, and has since continued to make giving back a priority through multiple charitable endeavors and awareness campaigns. She aims to do the same with her parade appearance, helping encourage girls to “build a better world” through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
“I am super excited to share my voice on the Girl Scout float this Thanksgiving!” Tegan Marie said. “As a Girl Scout, it’s a dream come true to represent more than a million girls who are doing awesome things to change the world. I think all girls should be Girl Scouts so they can join me in making the world a better place.”
As the holiday season continues, Tegan Marie will finish 2018 by stepping into another role – this time as Wendy in Lythgoe Family Panto’s PETER PAN AND TINKER BELL – A PIRATE’S CHRISTMAS at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center. 

Making her theatrical-stage debut December 13 – 23, she’ll join a cast which includes Disney Channel’s Garrett Clayton and Seinfeld’s John O’Hurley for a swashbuckling adventure performed in the high-flying style of a British holiday panto – filled with big laughs, magic, dancers and contemporary songs by everyone from Taylor Swift to the Bee Gees.

Earlier this month, The Tennessean premiered an intimate acoustic video for Tegan Marie’s empowering track “I Know How to Make a Boy Cry,” and she is currently working on new music with hitmakers Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift) and Scott Hendricks (Blake Shelton).

For more about Tegan Marie visit teganmarie.com, and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

ABOUT TEGAN MARIE:
With a larger-than-life voice, Tegan Marie, 15, was discovered by girls’ media platform Sweety Highand went on to become the youngest female to sign to a major Country label (Warner Music Nashville) in 45 years. Following the release of fun-filled tracks “Keep It Lit” and “I Know How To Make A Boy Cry,” she is currently in the studio working with hitmakers Scott Hendricks (Blake Shelton) and Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift) on new music. Since first breaking out onto the scene, she’s catapulted into the national spotlight with performances on ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s TODAY and PBS’ Smokey Robinson: The Gershwin Prize, in addition to appearances on the Radio Disney Music Awards (2017-18). As her videos continue to gain a wide audience (over 200 MILLION views), Tegan Marie has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, Stagecoach, CMA Music Fest, and shared the stage with artists such as Cam, Hunter Hayes and Kelsea Ballerini while partnering with Pepsi MidAmerica for a tour across the Midwest. Critics took notice of the young star’s talent with Billboard, HuffPost and Rolling Stone naming her in their 2018 watch lists and with USA Today hailing, “[Tegan] Marie has the personality and the voice of a future star, and she definitely has the always hard-to-define ‘It’.”

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