Hot Chelle Rae makes two appearances to stop bullying

By | November 18, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Riding high with the success of their two hit pop singles “Tonight Tonight” and “I Like It Like That,” and their eagerly awaited new album Whatever set for release November 29th, Hot Chelle Rae will be performing at two charity concert events in the coming weeks to support anti-bullying initiatives.

The first is in New York City at Z100’s Jingle Ball ’11 on Dec 9th, and the other in Las Vegas at Southwest Career and Technical Academy, a high school that showed the largest commitment to combating bullying in southern Nevada.

Ryan Follese of Hot Chelle Rae said, “We are stoked to be part of such cool concert events, particularly during this holiday season and at such an exciting time in our lives. Our music is all about having fun and feeling good about being yourself and being an individual, so we are naturally excited about these opportunities to support kids who deal with these issues everyday.”

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