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Shine Through by Patrick Barnett

Emerging artist Patrick Barnett creates genuine music that encourages people, helping them navigate rough times. Medicine to heal the soul, Patrick‘s sincerity and love shines through his music.

Patrick knows the importance of reaching out for help, That’s why he’s teamed up with to bring attention to resources available for victims and survivors of abuse with his song “Shine Through," available now on Apple Music and Spotify.

"If you start now who knows what you could do, just let your light shine through!"
– Patrick Barnett, Shine Through

Watch the Music Video

The video was filmed in Nashville with a special focus on casting actors who had their own ties to abuse and trauma as well as members of the Theresa's Fund/ team.

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About Patrick Barnett

Patrick Barnett started singing in church at three years old. By fourteen, he realized how much he loved music and started a band with three of his high school friends. When one of his school friends was considering suicide, Patrick and his bandmate Dylan wrote a song to help inspire him to change his mind. They sent him their song, WINDING ROADS, the same night they wrote it. Their friend decided to live and that night became the fuel that lit the fire inside of PATRICK!

A helper his whole life, Patrick chose nursing school as the backup plan to his music career. At just 16, Patrick was the youngest contestant to enter and WIN Kowalidga Idol singing competition in his home state of Alabama. That was when he realized that music could take a front seat to medicine. He won a contest put on by Round Room Music and now has his first single HOME out from Round Room Artists. His next single and music video, SHINE THROUGH, releases on October 29th. PATRICK!’s first album releases in April, 2022.

PATRICK! wants to reach a worldwide audience and create songs that genuinely help people through the rough times we all experience.

Learn more about Patrick.

About Round Room

Round Room Productions is majority female-owned award-winning multimedia entertainment company based in Nashville, Tennessee. The company was originally founded by Angela Shelton who wrote, produced and directed Round Room roductions’ first feature films, The Hammer (aka Heart, Baby!) and Eagle and the Albatross.

Angela partnered with Andy Dixon and Aly Drummond and together they created Round Room Music. With respect and integrity they aim to inspire your best performance and then magnify its brilliance. Their Grammy-nominated team produces exceptional recording quality on cutting-edge equipment in a beautiful space.

Learn more about Round Room.

Angela Shelton

Shelton is best known for her unique, unabashed style and creativity. She currently hosts the popular comedy cooking show Stirring Up Trouble and owns a recording studio in Nashville. Her mission started with the award-winning documentary Searching for Angela Shelton (2004) where she discovered that child sexual abuse, rape, and domestic violence are a pandemic. In 2008 she authored the book Finding Angela Shelton: The True Story \of One Woman's Triumph over Sexual Abuse.

Angela recently joined the board of Theresa’s Fund bringing her decades of experience helping survivors of abuse heal from trauma. She recently hosted the organization’s Purple Ribbon Award Celebration an event that honors the heroes of the domestic violence movement.

Learn more about Angela.