Bill has performed his tribute regularly at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans. When the Museum premiered the film “Beyond All Boundaries” in their Victory Theater, Bill was honored to introduce NBC-TV broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw, and perform a brief moment of comedy with the film’s Executive Producer, Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks. Bill regularly appears at BB’s Stage Door Canteen (also on the campus of the WWII Museum), starring in a sell-out production of “Thanks For the Memories: Bob Hope and his All Star Pacific Tour.”
An artist in his own right, Mark has been writing and performing songs for many years like his uncle and also his father Tommy Cash. It is safe to say that music is in the "Cash" blood. Also in the Cash Blood is the honor of serving our country as, Mark his dad and Johnny have all served in a branch of the military.
Though fans may first attend the museum to pay tribute to the artist they love and adore, they soon find that the "Cash" name has brought them even more exquisite talent to listen to. As a regular performer at Storytellers, Mark Alan Cash has been entertaining countless fans with his extraordinary vocal ability that often resembles the baritone in Johnny's voice.
The mission of the museum is to teach today’s and future generations the true meaning of “SERVICE ABOVE SELF”.
Through authentic artifacts, displayed in a variety of formats throughout the museum, viewers can bear witness to the experiences and sacrifices of past members of our Armed Forces. mainemilitarymuseum.org
Puget Sound Honor Flight, a non-profit organization, was established in March, 2013, as the local Western Washington hub for the Honor Flight Network. Our goal is to transport WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans to Washington D.C., at no cost to the veteran, to visit and reflect at the memorial built to honor their service and sacrifice. pugetsoundhonorflight.org
Dave Bray is a United States Navy Veteran. He served in the US Navy as an 8404 FMF Corpsman for the 2nd Battalion/2nd Marines, (STA PLT), stationed out of Camp Lejeune, NC.
Dave is now a full time touring musician, singer and songwriter.
Dave has performed all over the world and has dedicated his musical career to supporting U.S. Veterans, Active Duty Military, Fire, Police and First Responders.
Today we talk with Dave about his song Last Call..
The Vet's Christmas Charity Ride was founded in December of 2000 by three men: retired Army Sergeant Major Jim Wertman, the general manager of Carolina Honda; Gene Royer, business owner of All American Heating and Air, and member of South Carolina Gold Wind Riders Association; and Earl Small, Jr, owner of Carolina Honda.