Tommy Cash & The Cash Crew Band Fundraiser

Saturday ~ April 29, 2017 ~ 7 PM

TOMMY CASH & THE CASH CREW BAND
(Brother of Country Music Great JOHNNY CASH)
With Special Guest MARK ALAN CASH

This is a New Uniforms Fundraiser for
The Palmer High School Marching Band

Palmer High School, 4105 Main Street, Palmer, MA 01069

TICKETS
$25 Adults
$20 Seniors (60 & over)
$10 Students (18 & under)

Order Tickets Online Here
http://firestormministry.com/tommy-cash-tickets/

To buy tickets with cash or check contact
Sheryl Upchurch 413-478-8981
supchurch72@verizon.net

TOMMY CASH was born in Arkansas in a family with seven children and eight years after his brother Johnny Cash. Tommy formed his first band in high school and enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduation. During his military service, he was a DJ on the Armed Forces Radio Network. When Tommy left the Army he played with Hank Williams Jr., and 1969 he signed a his first record deal with Musicor Records in New York. A year later Tommy was signed to United Artists Records and his song * THE SOUNDS OF GOODBYE * almost made it to the 1968 Country Top 40. In late 1969, while signed to the Epic Records Label, he scored his biggest hit song * SIX WHITE HORSES * a tune dedicated to JFK, RFK, and Martin Luther King. In 1970 he recorded two Top 10 Hits * ONE SONG AWAY * and * RISE AND SHINE * plus the Top 20 Hit Song * I RECALL A GYPSY WOMAN. Tommy is a much sought after Country Music Guest on all the TV networks, * NBC * ABC * CBS * TNN (The Nashville Network) and his music videos are often played on CMT (Country Music Television) and TNN (The Nashville Network). Tommy Cash has more than 20 RECORD ALBUMS to his credit and he still tours the world, bringing his audience the Best Live Country Music and Entertainment.

Tommy Cash
http://www.facebook.com/TommyCashMusic

MARK ALAN CASH is a singer-songwriter guitarist, and a family member of two Country Music giants, his father Tommy Cash and his uncle Johnny Cash. The day Mark was born, his dad’s and uncle’s music was already being played on radio stations. Mark grew up on the road touring with his famous father, so he got to see first hand, the good, the bad, and the ugly side of the music business. Fast forward a number of years and now Mark has his own tour bus and is performing his own Country Music at Concerts. Mark’s song * UNCLE JOHNNY * was written during a dark time in his life, it gives a personal glimpse into a memory of a conversation Mark had with uncle Johnny during a family gathering to say goodbye to their beloved Mama Cash. Listen closely to the lyrics, hear the deep tones of the vocals, the traditional country sounds of steel guitar and harp, and you’ll be taken back to that day, just as Mark is everytime he sings it. And catch the hook. It is the essence of Mark’s songwriting, it is the essence of the Cash family, with melodies filled with stories. Stay tuned because, Mark has many more stories to tell through his music.

Mark Alan Cash
http://www.facebook.com/markalancash

Facebook Event Page
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Promotion by Richard Axtman ~ Northern Music
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