Radio Disney Premieres New Song "Spend" From Prodigy Teen Musician Will Muse

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Local teen musician was in California last week, preparing for the debut of his new single at Radio Disney.

Prodigy teen musician Will Muse is back with his sophomore single "Spend" which is set to make its world premiere today, Thursday, April 11 at 5pm ET / 2pm PT on the Radio Disney Network and through the Radio Disney App.

"My song 'Spend' is a very positive, fun, upbeat, and happy song that you would want to play for that special person you plan to spend the rest of your life with," said Muse. "I am truly blessed to have the amazing team at Radio Disney promoting my song! The opportunities that I have been given are absolutely amazing, and I am ecstatic to now be part of the Radio Disney family."

The upbeat, and jaunty piano driven song is a dynamic showcase of Muse's pop, rock and blues-tinged vocals, fully displaying his soulful style with an infectious melody, a catchy chorus, and insightful lyrics.

Following "Spend," Muse will be soon releasing his debut nine-song album, co-written and produced by recording artist and veteran composer Britton Cameron - whose credits include Don Williams, Lonestar and Sister Hazel.

Will Muse to Open for Legendary Ronnie Milsap:

Will Muse is also excited to announce he will be opening for the legendary Ronnie Milsap on June 15 at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. Muse will also perform his own solo show on June 29 at Renfro Valley's Old Barn. To purchase tickets, or for more information on either of these shows, please visit RenfroValley.com.

3rd Annual Music for Wishes Event Raises Over $85,000:

Muse also recently wrapped up the third installment of his self-produced Music for Wishes charity event, an annual fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish® Foundation of Kentucky that he first launched in 2017. With the help of family, friends, committee members, and a supportive community, the 2019 event raised more than $35,000, bringing the three year total for all events to over $85,000.

Will researched many different charities, but ultimately found that the Make-A-Wish® Foundation was an under-served cause in his community, and there were multiple children with life threatening illnesses waiting for their wishes to be granted.