Former Radio Disney Star Celeste Kellogg to Join Allstar Nation Tour

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Former Radio Disney Star Celeste Kellogg to join Allstar Nation Tour
Former Radio Disney Star Celeste Kellogg to join Allstar Nation Tour
HOUSTON - June 29, 2014 - PRLog -- Country pop singer and former Radio Disney star Celeste Kellogg (, 19, will join the Allstar Nation Tour (– a three-month anti-bullying music tour visiting more than 100 schools in 30 districts throughout Texas beginning in Houston in September.

“The All Star Nation tour allows me to use music as a voice to help spread an important anti-bullying message while sharing some of my own experiences,” said Kellogg. “Anything I can personally do to help others gives me a sense of accomplishment that I am helping change lives in a positive way."

The Allstar Nation Tour (!/allstarnationtour)features young music artists like Kellogg who are popular among their peers. Artists perform Top 40 and original songs to connect with their peers. Between performances, the artists speak about bullying, share personal experiences and prevention methods. Assemblies are free to schools and last about 90 minutes. Performances are typically held twice per day.

Kellogg joins 20-year-old New Caney resident Branden Mendoza (, who competed on NBC’s The Voice Season 6 held earlier this year, and 15-year-old Frisco residentTristan Blaine (, a favorite among fans who refer to themselves as “Blaniacs”. More artists will be announced later.

The Virginia Beach native, songwriter, and actress began her singing career in Church and school choirs at the age of six. She attended her high school freshmen year at Smithfield High School in Smithfield, VA but was later homeschooled. She graduated from the Alpha Omega Academy, an online home school from Rock Rapids, IA, in 2012.

Upon graduating high school, Kellogg headlined her first tour called the Country-Pop Rock Tour.  Soon after, she auditioned for and was selected by Radio Disney as a member of tween pop group “RD7”. The group opened for several top artists such as Raven, The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, the Cheetah Girls, Kelly Clarkson “Addicted to Love Tour”, and more.

Kellogg would later form her own group called “No Limit”. The name of the group has special meaning for Kellogg, who believes that “if you work hard, stay true to yourself, there is ‘No Limit’ to what you can do."

Kellogg released her debut CD titled "This Is Where I Wanna Be". The single "The Look" charted #20 in Germany and the video was in rotation on The Country Network. In April 2013, she released her second CD titled "Broken Record". The "Broken Record" single music video is currently in rotation on Zuus ( Country television, a digital music video network available in 45 million households.

Kellogg is currently ranked number one on Reverbnation ( in the Country/Rock category. Half of her proceeds from the sales of her music is donated to GRAMMY Award winning artist Zack Brown’s Camp Southern Ground ( in Georgia.

For more information about Kellogg including performance dates and locations, visit For more information about the Allstar Nation Tour including how to schedule a school performance or artist auditions, visit or call 713-562-1708.

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