NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 13, 2017) – After years of performing for American sailors and soldiers around the globe, powerhouse vocalist Tim Rushlow will perform at the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump on January 19 as part of the "'Make America Great Again!' Welcome Celebration.”
Rushlow, the former lead vocalist of Grammy®-nominated, multi-platinum selling group Little Texas, will perform as part of ‘The Frontmen of Country’ alongside Lonestar’s Richie McDonald and Restless Heart’s Larry Stewart.
“I am honored to be a part of celebrating such a monumental moment in American history. Music is such a powerful platform and a great way to bring our country together and as an American I am humbled to be included in this historic event,” Rushlow said.
Rushlow will be part of the Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration, which will take place following Voices of the People and will be broadcast live to the nation from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. It will feature historic remarks from President-elect Donald J. Trump and special appearances from Toby Keith, Jon Voight, Jennifer Holliday, The Piano Guys, Lee Greenwood, RaviDrums, 3 Doors Down, and The Frontmen of Country.
The Celebration will also feature the participation of military bands as we honor our Armed Forces across all inaugural events and a fireworks show by Grucci at the conclusion.
ABOUT TIM RUSHLOW:
A versatile entertainer who sold millions of records during his time as lead singer of country music super group Little Texas, Tim Rushlow is a master song interpreter with a deep, abiding love for the classics. During the band’s impressive run in the ’90’s, he and the rest of the Little Texas members charted over a dozen hits including “God Blessed Texas,” “What Might Have Been,” and the number one smash “My Love.” Following the band’s breakup, Tim embarked upon a solo career with Atlantic Records and released a self-titled CD that yielded the heartwarming Top Ten hit “She Misses Him,” about a couple’s touching battle with Alzheimer’s. Following a few more endeavors in musical groups and pairings, in 2009 Tim decided to refocus his energies on honing his performing skills as a solo act, launching a well-received acoustic tour at smaller listening rooms around the country. The challenge of engaging audiences and laying his emotions bare on the stage in front of intimate crowds night after night fired up Tim’s creativity to a new level and renewed his love for the classic sounds he grew up listening to and first cut his musical teeth on like Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Dean Martin, and Andy Williams. And the experience soon inspired him to take his career in a whole new direction as the modern-day crooner he had always envisioned himself to be.