Buffalo Girl Signs With VH1 Save The Music
When anything happens in Buffalo, we surely love to rally around them and root for all of their success. Another Western New Yorker is down in Nashville making big moves as her career is picking up steam!
Western New Yorker, Rhea Francani – a singer/songwriter/producer – is set to release a new country pop single called I’m More next week. Rhea, who grew up in Amherst, has opened up the WYRK Fall Acoustic Show before Big & Rich, Maren Morris and Chris Janson in October 2016.
She moved to Nashville, and her 12-track debut album "Now or Never" is streaming on all major platforms. In addition, she recently signed a deal with VH1. She signed a deal with VH1 Save The Music, according to a press release email.
For each download of the song, VH1 Save The Music will receive a donation. The Download To Donate program is expected to generate thousands of dollars to improve music education in schools.
Take a listen to Reah's latest single 'I'll Go', below!