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Digital Rodeotv and wherevertv to broadcast ‘Stars behind the Stars’ Dallas police benefit concert July 27 at world-famous Billy Bob’s Texas

25 July 2016 events Industry News news Uncategorised


If you cannot attend the ‘Stars Behind The Stars’ benefit concert at Billy Bob’s Texas don’t worry, you still can be part of this extraordinary event as Digital RodeoTV and WhereverTV Broadcasting Corp.  have partnered with event producers to bring this star-studded show to a worldwide stage by live broadcasting and simulcasting it over the internet and on smartphones, TabletPCs, streaming media players, computers and connected TVs.

For those wanting to donate to ‘Stars Behind The Stars’ can do so by CLICKING HERE or by calling 1-888-691-6995. ‘Stars Behind The Stars’ will donate 100% of all proceeds to Dallas Police Association’s Assist the Officer Foundation, which provides immediate financial assistance to an officer’s family in the event of the death of an active officer.

Tanya Tucker, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Wills, Collin Raye, Janie Fricke, T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang, The Bellamy Brothers, T. Graham Brown, Johnny Lee, Gene Watson, John Conlee, Ronnie McDowell, Mickey Gilley and Moe Bandy will perform at the world-famous Billy Bob’s Texas Wednesday, July 27. Randy Travis will also make a special appearance during the event.

The event is produced by Kirt Webster and Scott Adkins of Nashville-based Webster Public Relations in association with Concho Minick of Billy Bob’s Texas. Billy Bob’s Texas is donating the facility and providing staffing and marketing for the event. Advanced Aviation Team will provide private charter airfare to make it possible for artists to travel and participate in ‘Stars Behind The Stars’.

‘Stars Behind The Stars’ partnered with Cumulus Dallas/Ft. Worth to be the official radio partner of the event. 99.5 The Wolf (KPLX-FM), 1310/96.7 FM The Ticket (KTCK-FM), 820 WBAP-AM, their other 4 stations will all participate in creating awareness for this event and the Assist the Officer Foundation.


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