As the end credit song, "Dreamer" is inspired by a story Fanning’s character tells during the film— a story of a King who gave up everything for his kingdom. The song, like the movie, is about sacrifice and faith, and was co-written by Dillon and Ed Cash, Gospel Music Association Producer of the Year.
This month, Dillon and Sparrow Records will partner with DreamWorks to produce a music video for "Dreamer" and begin promoting the song as a single which is set for a September 12 impact date at Hot AC and Triple A radio formats.
"Dreamer" is also the opening track to Imagination, the follow up to her highly acclaimed eponymous debut. Continuing where the first album left off, "Imagination" showcases Dillon’s soul-searching spirit and the profoundly simple prose that is the product. The songwriter's lyrics accompany listeners on a journey reflective of the conflicting thoughts and emotions that are naturally stirred within us all - there is a song for everyone on "Imagination."
In addition to promoting her new record and "Dreamer," Dillon is also a featured artist on the inspired by soundtrack to one of the biggest films of the year, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" (Walt Disney Films/Walden Media). www.narnia.com. To re-launch the popular Chronicles of Narnia book series and to promote the upcoming film and inspired-by soundtrack, Dillon performed "Hero," her contribution to the soundtrack, at the American Booksellers Association (ABA) Convention in New York City and the International Christian Retail Show (ICRS) in Denver this summer.
Continuing to work on behalf of all three projects, Dillon will be making several appearances across the country starting this month and continuing into the fall when she joins Jeremy Camp's 40 City "Restored Tour" which begins September 7. www.bethanydillon.com.