Coincidentally, Bryan attended Linton Middle School as a young man, and he recently returned to shoot footage for his “It All Comes Back to Me” music video. “I have been so blessed to grow up in a community where the officers have always reached out to the citizens–serving and protecting. I was fortunate to briefly know Officer Crawshaw, so I’m truly honored to have been asked to be a part of this event to raise money for the families of those who have paid the ultimate price for our safety.”
All money raised at the event will be donated to the Penn Hills Fallen Heroes Fund. Details for the concert are still being worked out, but a tentative 12:00pm start time has been mentioned. For ride details, please call 412-795-3500 ext. 3373.
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About MTS Management: MTS Management's first client is country artist Bryan Cole. Signed in March of 2010, Bryan's debut single, "I'm Comin' Home," (cowritten and produced by Bryan and Michael Stover) has charted in the top 10 on several national airplay charts, as well as receiving worldwide radio play. He has appeared on the national TV program, "His Place." In addition, Bryan has been performing along side such notable artists as Charlie Daniels Band, Jimmy Wayne, the Stickers, Fuel, and Donnie Iris, to name a few, with a US tour planned for next year. His name, image and music have appeared in many music publications, including PowerSource, Cashbox Magazine, MusicRow, and others. In October 2010, Bryan signed a new record deal with Cashbox Records, which will distribute his music on Walmart.com. With MTS Management's guidance, Bryan has also secured an exclusiive production deal with Red Caiman Media Studios in Pittsburgh, PA.