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Country music star Billy Dawson will be performing at AARC Congress 2020 LIVE! During the concert Billy will play his greatest hit songs and share his personal stories about how and why COPD and respiratory therapists are close to his heart.
The concert will be on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7:00 p.m. CST.
The AARC was introduced to Billy in 2016 by the COPD Foundation as their Ambassador for Harmonicas for Health. Billy attended the 2016 AARC Congress in San Antonio Texas where he participated in the Patient Advocacy Summit, the ARCF Fundraiser, Big Ideas Theater, played an acoustic version of the National Anthem in the Opening Ceremony, and raffled off a “Nashville Experience” to one lucky AARC Congress attendee. Billy is a long-time patient and child advocate that uses his music talent and his Nashville connections to support charitable causes.
Billy created a song written to the AARC family at the beginning of the pandemic. This song serves as a piece of encouragement to the RTs who have fought tirelessly during COVID-19.
More about Billy
He is working on a new record produced by Rodney Clawson, Lee Brice and Jacob Rice. His new single “Sinners Saints” is coming soon.
He was also the winner of the 2010 “Get Discovered” (iHeart Radio/Clear Channel) National Competition and was featured live on the iconic Jerry Lewis MDA telethon in Las Vegas and on the airwaves for over four million viewers. He was included in iTunes/Tunecore best of Country 2010 album featuring Brantley Gilbert and Colt Ford.
Billy penned the theme song “Born to Lead” for the CBS Sports Network Lombardi Awards and has his songs playing in stadiums nationwide for the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL. He has also had his music placed on Netflix. Billy has shared the stage with artists including Toby Keith, Lee Brice, Big and Rich, Josh Turner, Montgomery Gentry, Aaron Lewis, Craig Morgan, Lady Antebellum and many more.
In addition to his musical endeavors, Billy is the author of (AMAZON best seller) “You Never Know”, the first book in a series of children’s books focusing bullying, racism and other societal issues involving children (which is now available www.amazon.com) He brings his book to life when he speaks at schools about the importance of respect and love in everyday life.
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