Ty Brown sings country music. He’s good. He sang “Living in the Moment.” But most of you (who owatch ‘reality’ tv) probably remember Ty Brown from the ABC television show “The Bachelorette”. Ty was one of the 16 hopefuls trying to win the heart of Ali, in Season six. She sent him home. I think he made it down to the last five.
Ty is now making himself available for a date with you! He is one of the artists w ho will be performing at the CountryMuisIsLove benefit show for the City of Hope. That show is being held March 1, in Nashville, at the Hard Rock Café. I’ve had several articles up about it – and hope that all of you in the Nashville area are making plans to go see a great show, and help a very worthy organization with your donations. Check this post for ticket informatio,
Here’s what a press release had to say about the ebay auction:
As the country music radio business readies for one of its busiest weeks, Country Radio Seminar(CRS), “HONKY TONK TV”_ (HT-TV)_ _is gearing up for a Nashville event to raise money for a very important cause, CITY OF HOPE, a research center dedicated to finding cures for life-threatening illnesses. The music entertainment television program has teamed with CountryMusicIsLove to host an eBay auction in conjunction with the 2ND ANNUAL COUNTRYMUSICISLOVE CONCERT to be held on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 (sponsored in part by HT-TV). Beginning TODAY bidders can vie for a personal luncheon at Nashville’s Hard Rock Café with the hunky artist TY BROWN and tickets to the concert. The auction is currently underway on EBAY and closes on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 @ 10:50AM CST.
So, you’re bidding on a lunch date with Ty (for you and a guest) , and two tickets to the show on Tuesday, March 1. The deadline is 10:50 AM (CST), on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011 – so you don’t have long to get your bid in on this one. Remember, it’s for a great cause, and you are bound to have a great time, both on the date, and a the show. You can place your bid on ebay by clicking here.
Here’s a video from Y ouTube – the audio isn’t all that great, but it will give you an idea of who Ty Brown is (in case you really forgot), and give you a listen to “Living In the Moment.”
That’s all for right now. I’ll talk to you all ver soon — and on March 1, I hope to see you in Nashville!