Soulful Teen Artist Bailey James Joins Charlie Daniels and Coach Phillip Fulmer in Bringing Awareness to Youth Suicide Prevention

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With the current success of her radio release Devil Won’t Take Me Down, Bailey James recently took a break from being on the road performing and visiting radio stations to sing the national anthem and support The Jason Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser. 

(L-R): Coach Phillip Fulmer, teen country sensation Bailey James and country artist Charlie Daniels

The 21st Annual Phillip Fulmer and Charlie Daniels Golf Classic was held on May 21, 2019 at the Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, where 288 golfers participated. Country music artist Charlie Daniels was in attendance as well as coach Phillip Fulmer. This event raised over $250,000 for The Jason Foundation while also bringing awareness to youth suicide prevention.


According to the stats from The Jason Foundation, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for our youth ages 10-24. Four out of five teens who attempt suicide have given clear warning signs. “I’m honored to be a part of such a powerful organization,” says Bailey James. “To be their National Youth Advocate means everything to me. I lost my brother to teen suicide a few years ago and if I can help make a difference in one person’s life, I have done my job.”

As the face of The Jason Foundation’s latest awareness campaign, Bailey has released a song I Won’t Be Silent which she premiered on WSM’s “Coffee, Country & Cody” with Bill Cody and also performed it on NBC’s “Today In Nashville.” The song is available on all major streaming and digital retailers. She is wanting to make a strong impact on this national conversation by also offering the song for free. To receive your FREE copy of the song, visit or text JFI to 797979.

About Bailey James:  With over 150k followers across her social media platforms, this PA native country artist is stamping her name in country music. She is currently on a full-fledge radio tour in support of her current single Devil Won’t Take Me Down and is gearing up for CMA Music Festival next month in Nashville with several performances and autograph signings. With positive feedback from radio and press including one from renowned music critic, Robert K. Oermann, who said “I’ve liked everything she’s ever put out so far…she’s a master chef as a singer…” She has appeared and performed at the legendary venues such as the Bluebird Café, the Wildhorse Saloon and The Listening Room. Her passion for music can be heard in her powerful live performances, advanced songwriting, and a level of artistry that is well beyond her years. The genuine love she has for music and helping others shines through and promises to only grow stronger as this teen continues her musical journey. 

For more information, visit Bailey James at the following:


Facebook: @BaileyJamesGang

Instagram: @BaileyJamesGang

Twitter: @BaileyJamesGang

YouTube: @BaileyJamesGang

About The Jason Foundation: To date, the golf classic has raised more than $3 million in monetary and in-kind donations for their educational and awareness programs that are focused on the prevention of youth suicide. The Jason Foundation is a “nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting the silent epidemic of youth suicide through educational programs for young people, educators, parents and other community groups.” JFI, headquartered in Hendersonville, was founded in 1997 after the death of Jason Flatt, 16-year-old son of Clark Flatt. For more information, or JFI affiliate office locations, visit

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