Up-and-coming country star RaeLynn is conducting a week-long tour with stops in five cities to celebrate Music in Our Schools month.

After a visit to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday (March 10) — "where change is made," she says — the "For a Boy" singer made her way to Akron, Ohio and is scheduled to meet with students in Chicago and Louisville, K.Y.

"You never know, the next superstar could be at one of these schools that we're going to," RaeLynn says via Big Machine Label Group. "It's just super important to keep the word out there and celebrate them."

The Voice star will be joined by the National Association for Music Education, Give a Note Foundation and Radio Disney to promote the 30th Anniversary of National Music in Our Schools Month. She kicked off the run by visiting students at Sayville Middle School in New York.

RaeLynn has long been an ardent supporter of music education, so the talented songstress is excited to have the opportunity to spread that love to students across the nation.

Music in Our Schools Month is put on by the National Association for Music Education. The event celebrates the importance of overarching, sequential music education in schools across the nation. The association provides ways for talented music educators to introduce students to music through concerts, lessons, performances and special activities.

At the end of her travels this week, RaeLynn will head back home to Nashville for an appearance at the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday (March 14). Students will join her onstage there, as well. For more information about upcoming shows, visit her website.

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