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Penn State Student Sarah Copley Releases Music Single & Music Video To Raise Money & Fight Against Bullying

Female college student music raises awareness and support for anti-bullying. Sarah Copley music single "Everyone's Your Friend" will encourage, fight against bullying, and help support charities who address this social concern with money raised by song d

NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Children and Adults are bullied every 7 minutes; 85 percent of the time there is no intervention of any kind.   Thousands of children miss school due to bullying and is one of the leading factors for children suicide.   One out of every four children is cyber-bullied.    From the playground to online social media, bullying is a social issue that is just recently getting public awareness.  

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Center Sound Records, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Sarah Copley's "Everyone's Your Friend" single.   Sarah Copley is a recording artist from West Windsor, New Jersey.  "Everyone's Your Friend" is an anti-bullying single produced by Emmy nominated composer and producer Craig Brandwynne.  Music and lyrics are written by Keaton Lusk.  Sarah recorded the vocals at Bill Filer's Audible Images Recording Studio in Port Matilda, Pennsylvania. "Everyone's Your Friend" is already receiving recognition as an anthem for children and adults, and gay and lesbian organizations against bullying.   "Everyone's your friend" is currently a top charting song and part of the Read With Max, LLC children books and music series.  

In conjunction with the "Everyone's Your Friend" single, Center Sound Records, Inc. will be releasing the official music video for distribution on YouTube.com.   The music video was produced by Center Sound Records, Inc., and Read With Max, LLC.  Executive producer Bert Szostak, and directed by Penn State University student Griffin Boustany, edited by Keaton Lusk and Craig Brandwynne.    "Everyone's Your Friend" music video was filmed around State College, Pennsylvania, the video has several recognizable areas around the Penn State University campus.

"I believe the song "Everyone's your Friend" is a powerful anthem for anti-bullying. It encourages people to be kind to one another and be confident in who they are", states Sarah Copley.

Sarah Copley loved music from an early age and at the age of six was invited onto the stage by Shania Twain in New Jersey. Soon afterwards she began taking guitar lessons and was heavily influenced by country artists such as Miranda Lambert and Colbie Caillat.  Sarah's first time in the news and spotlight also happen to be centered around music when on June 10, 2005 she was pulled on stage by Kenny Chesney in Philadelphia. Sarah attended Grover Middle School and West Windsor High School South (both in New Jersey) where she was an active member of both their acclaimed chorus ensembles. They performed at several venues in Germany and Austria including the Golden Hall in Vienna. Her first solo public debut was at the age of 13 and she has been performing to live audiences ever since. When not studying, Sarah has been writing and recording original songs which has been produced by the multi talented musician and producer Marc Muller.  Sarah is currently a senior majoring in public relations and strategic communications at Penn State University on the University Park campus.

"Everyone's Your Friend" lyrics Include:

  Everyone's Your Friend 
You see someone at school, they have a different hair do 
You're with your friends, they do whatever you do
 Try being nice, they're probably really cool 
Don't be the bully, the bully at your school
 Cause everyone's your friend, Everyone's your friend 
Be nice to everyone, you gotta understand 
That there's a golden rule, bullying's not cool
 Try treating others like you want to be treated 
I wanna go to space, climb the highest mountain
 so many dreams over flowin like a fountain
 But when you say mean things, you really get me down 
You take my dreams, and you pull them to the ground 
Everyone's your friend, Everyone's your friend 
Be nice to everyone, you gotta understand
 That when your dreams are high, you shoot into the sky
 Nothing can stop you can you feel your heart beatin'?
 Everyone's your friend, Everyone's your friend
 Be nice to everyone, you gotta understand
 That when your dreams are high, you shoot into the sky
 Nothing can stop you can you feel your heart beatin'?


"Everyone's Your Friend" track was part of the award winning Sing With Max children's CD that was on the 2013 Grammy nomination ballot for children music, earned the coveted Dove Foundation "Family Friendly" approval, and recently won the Mom's Choice Award (Silver) for children's music albums.

A portion of the proceeds from each "Everyone's Your Friend" song download will be donated to various organization throughout the country that support Anti-Bullying.  It takes financial support and many individuals to help share and bring awareness to social issues as important as anti-bullying.  

To show your support against anti-bullying you can download Sarah Copley single "Everyone's Your Friend" on iTunes.com, Amazon.com, CDBaby.com.

To learn more about Sarah Copley:

www.Facebook.com/sarahcopley17
www.Reverbnation.com/SarahCopley
www.Twitter.com/Sarahcopley17 
http://www.youtube.com/sarahcopley17

CENTER SOUND RECORDS 
Center Sound Records, Inc. was founded to provide a wide array of services including recording, music publishing and production, marketing, publishing, location audio production, post-production services for feature films, management and licensing to developing artists and other like-minded and independent companies. Center Sound's goal is to provide its clients with a 'menu' of services for them to choose from. Center Sound's staff will tailor these services to meet each client's specific needs to help them advance their project, career or business.

http://www.centersoundrecords.com

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: http://youtu.be/kANp6-TSLeE

Media Contact: Brian Pearl, Emarketing Of Michigan, LLC, (919) 355-8879, [email protected]

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