Adam Fisher Has Big Shoes To Fill As He Stands In The Shadows Of Iconic Country Outlaws
Walking in the footsteps of country outlaws like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, Adam Fisher is bringing his ‘outlaw’ authenticity to Nashville for the second annual “No More Victims” walk this Saturday, October 1st to end victimization.
As Tennessee prison awareness week comes to a close, join Adam Fisher as he performs an acoustic set for the registered walkers. Sponsored by former First Lady Andrea Conte, the Tennessee Department of Correction and You Have The Power, this walk will raise awareness about the need to prevent victimization and why we should focus on those who we know are capable of creating victims. The reality is that 98% of the people who are incarcerated – are coming back to our community.
When: Saturday, October 1, 2011
Walk begins: 8am
Cost: $25 per person (must be 18 or older)
Registration: Visit www.yhtp.org to register
Route: Walk begins at the historic Tennessee State Penitentiary (6404 Centennial Blvd/Nashville) and continues 3 miles to the Charles Bass Correctional Annex.
With musical influences that span Waylon Jennings, Dave Matthews and Elvis, Adam is ready to take a risk and give his fans something new and different to love. Performing since the early age of thirteen, this good ‘ole boy has a rocking edge and the confidence and stage presence of a seasoned performer.
To stay updated on him, visit www.AdamFisherLive.com or follow him on Twitter @AdamFisherLive.
About You Have the Power: YHTP is a nonprofit organization founded by former Tennessee First Lady Andrea Conte to advocate for the rights of victims and to educate the community to prevent violent crime. The organization presents hundreds of community workshops each year on child sexual abuse, domestic violence, Internet dangers and elder abuse. They also conduct Victim Impact classes in area prisons. Visit www.yhtp.org or call 615-292-7027 for more information.