Betsy Brumley, FOUNDER OF I’LL FLY AWAY FOUNDATION GUESTS ON “HUNKER DOWN RADIO WITH LESLIE JORDAN” ON APPLE MUSIC COUNTRY
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – “I’ll Fly Away” is one of the most recognizable hymns in history, recorded by music artists in nearly every genre, including acclaimed actor and comedian Leslie Jordan who recorded the the song on his Gospel album Company’s Comin’. This weekend on Apple Music Country’s “Hunker Down Radio with Leslie Jordan,” Betsy Brumley will open up with the iconic song her grandfather, Albert E. Brumley, wrote in 1932 and the iconic legacy she’s carrying on today with the I’ll Fly Away Foundation, which uses power of music to engage children and improve their lives through songwriting programs to unlock children’s creative potential and help inspire their dreams. The saying goes “it all starts with a song,” and the I’ll Fly Away Foundation Foundation believe that a song can change a life.
Hunker Down Radio with Leslie Jordan
Apple Music Country
About I’ll Fly Away Foundation:
The song “I’ll Fly Away” was written in 1932 by Albert E Brumley and is one of the most recognized songs in the world. Albert had plans to start a music themed foundation but he died in 1977 before he could complete it. 34 years later, his granddaughter Betsy and her husband Kevin picked up the baton to fulfill Albert’s last dream. The I’ll Fly Away Foundation was founded in 2011 by husband and wife team Betsy Brumley and Kevin Bernier. The I’ll Fly Away Foundation’s mission is: We use the power of music to engage children and improve their lives. Through songwriting, our programs unlock children’s creative potential and help inspire their dreams, as we teach them to believe in themselves and in power of their creativity. The saying goes “it all starts with a song,” and we believe that song can change a life. For more information, visit illflyawayfoundation.org.