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Charlotte's Web: The Next Big Thing

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The Charlotte's Web series is meant to find extraordinary stories of ordinary people. I drove around the Lake Norman area and found a story at random, of a young boy with an incredible talent.

In the small city of Cornelius is a twelve-year-old with an unbelievable gift. He can sing, write songs, and play the piano and drums. But what’s far more remarkable is his passion for music and knowledge about the industry.

Wallace Fouch always wanted to be a musician. He said he knew at such a young age. When he was just a baby, he had his first drum lesson. Now that he’s twelve, he’s perfected the art of playing the instrument.

Fouch says he has what it takes to be the next big thing. To listen to his press kit online, visit this link: 

http://www.reverbnation.com/rpk/3058194

For more information or to look at a photo gallery of images, visit my fanpage www.facebook.com/neimanews

 

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