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Fallen Brothers Foundation Benefit Concert to feature Utah-born country artist Tay Humphrey

Published May 14, 2013 2:57 pm
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Cyprus High School in Magna will host The Fallen Brothers Foundation Benefit Concert on Saturday, June 1 which features Utah-born country artist Tay Humphrey.

Humphrey is originally from Sandy, Utah and attended Jordan High School. Tay moved to Nashville in late 2007 to pursue his music career. Since moving to Nashville, he has been featured in Country Weekly's "Listen Up" Section featuring new country artists to look out for. He has opened for other big country acts such as Luke Bryan and Chris Young.He is scheduled to release his debut EP in 2013, produced by Grammy-nominated producer and guitarist Charlie Kelley. The al bum's first single "Like I Don't Love You" was written by Bryan Simpson & Ashley Gorley; Gorley co-penned several big hits such as "Good Girl" by Carrie Underwood, "Start a Band" by Keith Urban & Brad Paisley, and Randy Housers recent single "Running Out of Moonlight."

Opening for Humphrey will be local band Monrovia. All of the Fallen Brothers are alumni of Cyprus High School and it is in their memory that scholarships are given to Cyprus High School students every year. Last Year $25,884 was raised.To support the foundation , Humphrey recently wrote a song about suicide titled "Change Your Mind."You can purchase tickets for the concert, $10 for adults and $5 for children at www.thefallenbrothersfoundation.com using the promo code "Tay". Tickets will be available at the gate, with doors opening at 6 p.m.






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