Roberts to appear at King Coal Festival

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Nashville Recording Artist Renea Roberts the 2015 Josie Music Show Modern Music Video of the Year award winner and 2016 nominee for Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year will be the featured performer at this year’s King Coal Festival in Williamson.

Born in Pikeville, Kentucky and growing up in Delbarton, West Virginia, Renea planted her music roots deep at an early age and developed a passion that still shines through in her music today.

To know Renea as an artist, she has power house vocals and is an extremely talented song writer. Renea has a talent to entertain, she knows how bring a crowd to there feet for a boot stomping good time at all her shows weather it be in Nashville, Tennesse, Orlando, Florida, or her home town of Delbarton, West Virgina just to name a few of her most recent tour stops.

When Renea is not on tour around the country she works as registered nurse where she has developed a very caring and compassionate attitude that flows over to her music career. She has self funded concerts to raise money for many different charities such as Make A Wish Foundation and Saint Jude’s Children Hospital. Renea enjoys giving back to her community. She has also shared her music with her home town high school by filming her major country music video “Stand Your Ground” there.

Renea allowed the current students to preform in her music video shoot and share her passion for music. Renea also set up a singing contest that raised money for her local hometown high school theater class which had a huge impact on developing her music passion at an early age. The money raised benifted the high school theater department and allowed the winner of the contest to open the concert at her home town music CD releases show. You can learn more by checking out Renea’s website at for all her up coming tour dates and locations and check out her music on iTunes or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The King Coal Festival is scheduled for September 15 to 18.

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