Jasper Indie Record Label “American Roots Records” signed band “TelluRide” scheduled to perform at benefit for fallen Police Officers
Nashville band TelluRide will be performing at the “Fallen But Not Forgotten” benefit for the Washington State Behind the Badge Foundation.
Three of TelluRide’s band members, Adam Craig, Brian Smith and Ryan Jones, are from Washington state. “The Lakewood tragedy was such an eye-opener?to the needs of the families of fallen officers in the area,” says TelluRide’s lead singer Adam Craig. “We knew that we wanted to do something to help, so we jumped at the opportunity to participate in this benefit show. We’re hoping for a great turnout to help support such a worthy cause.”
Jeff Catton, a Jasper resident, CEO/President of American Roots Records and InTune Entertainment has been working with event organizers Corey Archibald, from the Department of Corrections and Community Corrections Supervisor, Tracy Grunenfelder in Washington. The Lucky Eagle Casino, Behind the Badge Foundation representatives, sponsors and local public officials began working together to organize this fundraising event shortly after the tragic loss. “Our police officers are heroes and they sacrificed their lives to keep the community safe. It’s our mission to make sure they will never be forgotten”, said Archibald
Tickets for the event are $30 and on sale now through the Lucky Eagle Casino box office (1-800-720-1788),
TelluRide’s second single, Stay, off their debut album Four Square Miles is currently #34 on the Billboard Country Radio Indicator charts. For more information about TelluRide, visit http://www.tellurideband.com.