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AWA Nominated Artists Headline Benefit for Veterans

Just ahead of our nation's official observation of Veterans Days, entertainers Rich Price and Bobby Marquez will salute the brave men and women who have served our country with a special performance this coming Friday evening on the Music City Hayride at the Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville, Tennessee.

The special country music showcase will not only raise funds for veterans charities, but all veterans will also enjoy free admission to the show featuring at least a dozen singers in one night. Doors will open at 6pm, with showtime at 7pm at the Texas Troubadour Theatre on Music Valley Drive. The show is open to the public with ten dollar admission and general seating.

Marquez shares, "My late father-in-law was a Navy Seal and served in the Vietnam War. I have the utmost respect for the sacrifices and the scars these heroes live with to make sure we all have a better life."

Price, himself, served twelve years in the U.S. Army’s Intelligence Branch, earning rank of Major.

This will be a rare opportunity for country and western music fans to catch Price and Marquez live in Nashville. Both artists are currently nominated for multiple Academy of Western Artists Awards. Bobby Marquez is climbing the ND Xpress Chart with his album, "The Cowboy Way" sitting at number 4 this week. Meanwhile, Rich Price is just hitting the top 20 on the chart with his newly-released album of cowboy anthems titled, "Cowboy's Cowboy."

Bobby Marquez continues to tour with a busy 2020 calendar on the way, including some radio and television appearances, along with overseas shows and his annual St. Jude benefit, "Country With Heart."

Rich Price is also launching a new show on Roku's E TV to welcome western movie fans to their favorite cowboy movie classics on "Rich's Roy Rogers King of the Cowboys Theater." (etv.tv) And he continues to host the best in family friendly music videos on Cheyenne Country. Plus, fans can also look forward to Price's appearance in the upcoming movie, "The Happy Worker."

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