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Bobby Marquez To Support Grace House Children's Project


Legendary Stars, Sun and Fun To Support Grace House Children's Project
 NASHVILLE, TN (July 25, 2017) --  CMA of Texas award winner and Academy of Western Artists award nominee, Bobby Marquez is taking his fun-loving, honky-tonk tunes on the high seas.  Marquez will perform with a long list of country music legends on a  seven-day Eastern Caribbean cruise aboard Norwegian cruise lines April 15th through the 22nd in 2018.

Ronnie McDowell, T. Graham Brown, Lulu Roman, Mandy Barnett, Scott Reeves, Ava Barber, Brenda Lynn Allen and a HeeHaw Honey reunion will entertain passengers between ports which include Miami, the Bahamas and St. Thomas.

Marquez shares, "What better way to celebrate after tax day.  This is a fun bunch!  And this cruise will help out a great organization that is literally saving young lives."

The cruise benefits Grace House Children's Project.  Through treatment plans and education, the organization brings awareness  and healing for children who have been abused or a victim of sex trafficking.

More information on the Country Legends at Sea cruise itinerary and booking rates is available at www.countrylegendsatsea.com.  Special rates are being offered now. 

About Bobby Marquez:  Bobby Marquez was raised in South Texas.  His blend of the honky-tonk and Tejano sounds that  filled his household have earned him hits on the Texas Chart, Music Row Chart, Australian Country Music Award nominations, a top-selling album in the UK, membership with the Wheeling Jamboree, CMA of Texas Artist of the Year award and Academy of Western Artists award nomination.  Bobby has performed on national television and stages across the U.S., Australia and Ireland.  Marquez is currently recording a new album which features the theme song for the 2017 Gene Autry Museum anniversary festival, "The Cowboy Way," as well as a duet with Johnny Rodriguez.


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