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Arkansas Local launches Country Music Singing Career @TammyCashMusic
Tamara Henry (aka Tammy Cash) records first single as soundtrack to military documentary; sings live on stage at legendary Whiskey-A-Go-Go; Coming Home to Arkansas June 21-28 to release first country music video
By: Vanilla Fire
"I have been singing all my life... in church... in pageants... for military ceremonies... and I am honored to sing about the down home country values that Johnny Cash sang about."
Henry recorded her first single in the Roger Miller Entertainment studio, a duet written by Kenny C. called "Coming Home" which was featured in the soundtrack for the Vanilla Fire documentary Return To The Philippines which premiered on Memorial Day 2015 at the DGA Director's Guild of America, back to back with "Troubled Man" by John Mellencamp. "Ya'll get Netflix, ya hear," Tammy Cash says you can watch the movie about General McArthur, narrated by Ed Harris, on Netflix. Tammy Cash opened up the premiere singing God Bless America on stage. Henry also served as a producer on the film, which is her fifth documentary for the company she created, Vanilla Fire.
Vanilla Fire: Serves The Military, Passes The Torch, Continues The Legacy.
Say Goodbye new music video:
Behind The Scenes Rehearsal of God Bless America iPhone video outtake at the DGA: https://www.youtube.com/
Earlier that morning she sang God Bless America at the 77th Memorial Day Observance in Woodlawn Cemetery, as she has been serving the beach city as the television news anchorwoman for Santa Monica Channel 16 for a decade.
Producer Max Worthington, p.g.a. is releasing his first country music video for another song written by Kenny C. called "Say Goodbye" which is Tammy Cash's first country music video star debut.
"Coming Home" was nominated and will be performed live at the Los Angeles Music Awards Nominations Press Event at the Whiskey a Go-Go. Tickets for the Avalon on Thursday night June 18, 2015 are $25 each.
The Tammy Cash entourage will be arriving in style aboard the "Jesus bus" that was driven by Mrs. Cash.
Now, Tamara Henry (aka Tammy Cash) is COMING HOME to Arkansas, June 21-28 and has plans to sing a Father's Day song to her daddy at church in Heber Springs. William W. Henry served our country for twenty years as Pentagon Intelligence and received the Bronze Star. Henry has plans to release her country music video "Say Goodbye" on any one of the local TV news station morning shows during that week. Henry will also be attending the wedding of her nephew William W. Henry III in Batesville on June 27th. And she will attend her hometown church Bethany Baptist in White Hall with her mother on June 28th.
Book as a guest for the morning show any day JUNE 22-26.
Tammy Cash will be traveling with Producer Max Worthington, p.g.a. who also performs as "Geetar Tater" and they can play a lick or two from a song they are currently writing called "You Set My Crotch On Fire" a spoof comedy spin on Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire." Worthington can tell the story of how Tammy Cash's crotch caught on fire during filming of the country music video when the actress was spinning home-made fireworks made from an S.O.S. pad dipped in gasoline on the end of a wire hanger. #whoknew
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310.318.2110 Max Worthington, p.g.a.