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Weaver to Sing the National Anthem at Tropicana Field on  December 21st Country singer/songwriter, U.S. Army Combat Veteran and the Patriotic Voice of the PBR,   Ryan Weaver,   to sing National Anthem at the   Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl   on   December 21, 2017   at Tropicana Field   in St. Petersburg, FL as the   FIU Panthers   take on the   Temple Owls.   In addition, Weaver will spend the week leading up to the bowl game participating in the various   Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl events .   For complete event details, visit . Sunday   (12/17):    Ryan Weaver will join various celebrities for a special appearance at   John Hopkins All Children's Hospital.    Monday   (12/18):    Ryan Weaver will compete in the   Bad Boy Mowers celebrity race event   at   Busch Gardens   from   1:00pm to 2:00pm.   Tuesday   (12/19):   Ryan Weaver will host and headline the   Battle at the Beach   event at   Treasure Island   from   1:00pm

NVRDUL Management Signs Benghazi Hero John 'Tig' Tiegen

  NVRDUL Management LLC , a provider of professional management services to select actors, athletes, authors, musicians and celebrities throughout the United States, announced today the signing of  John "Tig" Tiegen ,  Medal of Valor and Medal of Heroism recipient, Benghazi hero and Co-Author of  13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi,  in collaboration with members of the Annex Security Team and  New York Times' best-selling author, Mitchell Zuckoff.  As a retired U.S. Marine Corps E5 Sergeant and Infantry Squad Leader, specifically trained in advanced operational security (OPSEC) and readiness actions, for over thirteen years, Tig applied his military training as a special Security Protection contractor for Blackwater Security on over 40 missions in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, among other locations. Later, his work as part of the CIA's Global Response Staff (GRS) would change his life forever. Now immortalized in the 2016 Michael Bay

Jillian Cardarelli Releases Remake of Holiday Favorite "It's Just Not Christmas (If I Can't Spend it With You)"

Country artist  Jillian Cardarelli  releases a remake of  " It's Just Not Christmas (If I Can't Spend it with You) "  originally recorded by country legend  Ronnie Milsap  in 1986. Cardarelli did a private, intimate performance this morning at  Nashville's Union Station Hotel for industry executives as part of the release. Cardarelli provided a "sneak peek" of the song to her fans late last month on social media.   "Ronnie Milsap will forever be one of my favorite country artists and his album,  Christmas with Ronnie Milsap , was the soundtrack to Christmas during my childhood," said Cardarelli. "I absolutely love that record and this song became a favorite because of the bluesy feel. That's the direction I went with it, while keeping some of the classic elements as well. I hope my fans will enjoy it this holiday as much as I have over the years."  Cardarelli partnered with  Nashville Lifestyles Magazine  for a  Faceb

6th Annual Drive 4 Dinger Celebrity Golf Tournament

The Heimerdinger Foundation and various celebrities came together to honor the memory of former Tennessee Titans coach Mike Heimerdinger on June 16th and 17th. The Heimerdinger Foundation hosted the 6 th Annual Drive 4 Dinger Celebrity Golf Tournament, Dinner and Auction  at the Vanderbilt Legends Club and Embassy Suites Cool Springs in Franklin, TN. The two-day annual event is held in memory of former Tennessee Titans Offensive Coordinator Mike Heimerdinger and raised money for the foundation’s Meals 4 Health and Healing program . Brian Heimerdinger, Alicia Heimerdinger Pepe,  Tim Pepe and Kathie Heimerdinger Mike Heimerdinger coached for thirty-five years with fifteen of those in the National Football League for the Denver Broncos, Tennessee Titans and the New York Jets.  In November of 2010, Heimerdinger was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and sought to find answers by making changes to his diet and lifestyle.  The information gained throughout his journey ha

Chinese Lantern Festival Debuts at The Fairgrounds Nashville

    China Lights: Illuminating the Fairgrounds As the sun goes down The Fairgrounds Nashville transforms into a dramatic display of color, light, and sound at the first festival of its kind in the South. China Lights : Illuminating the Fairgrounds is a celebration of Asian culture featuring 30 larger-than-life sculptural lantern displays, stage performances highlighting folk-culture, entertainment and activities, and a bustling marketplace. Lantern Displays After passing through the Welcome Gate, visitors may find that each display is more magical than the last. Over the past month, 15 artisans from China have been on-site creating welded metal frames, lighting the frames from within using various types and colors of LED lights, covering the framework in brilliantly colored fabric, and hand-painting finishing touches. Among the components emerging from the process are glowing flowers, phoenix, dragon and pandas.  Using a special technique, artisans in China create