BOBBY MARQUEZ PERFORMS 33RD ANNUAL
NATURE FEST IN FAIRVIEW, TENNESSEE
NASHVILLE, TN September 5, 2017) — With
the fall season upon us, singer/songwriter Bobby Marquez is heading
outdoors to soak up some of Tennessee’s beauty and fill the hills with
country music tunes at the 33rd Annual Nature Fest on September 9th from
10am to 4pm at Bowie Nature Park in Fairview, Tennessee.
will be performing on the main stage from 12:30pm until 1:30pm.
Marquez states, “This is such a gorgeous part of the state. I love
events like this that are family-friendly. There is going to be so much
to do for everyone. And hopefully, we will find a spot in the grass to
do a little dancing.”
event is held on 700-acres of lush land within the Bowie Nature Park.
This year, the festival celebrates the Honey Bee giving families the
opportunity to observe a live beehive through glass, learn how to be a
beekeeper in your own backyard and how to harvest your own honey, as
well as, learning about pollinator friendly plants! Besides music, there
will be free kids games and crafts, hayrides, inflatables, shopping,
food and more!
Bobby Marquez is known for his infectious smile and tongue-in-cheek Honky Tonks songs. Marquez will be performing with legendary fiddle player Ernie Reed (Faron Young, Mel Tillis).
performance will kick off a busy fall for Marquez who will be hosting
the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree on September 23rd. The show will be
heard worldwide on 650am WSM and www.wsmonline.com. His tour leads him
to Alamo, Tennessee the following weekend for the St. Jude Buck Creek
Trailride to share a stage with Ned LeDoux (son of Chris LeDoux). Bobby
Marquez is also nominated for Songwriter of the Year at the annual
Reunion of Professional Entertainers (R.O.P.E.) banquet on October 5th.
A string of shows in Tunica Mississippi will wind up the last weekend
of October. Visit www.bobbymarquez.com for show dates and more
About Bobby Marquez:
marks a new branch for Bobby Marquez’s music with an Academy of Western
Artists nomination and the honor of his original tune, “The Cowboy
Way,” being designated the theme song of the annual Gene Autry Museum
Festival in Oklahoma.
Marquez was raised in Freer, Texas. Popularity musically in his home
state led to Texas Chart hits and the 2015 CMA of Texas Independent
Artist Award. A move to Nashville, Tennessee resulted in George Strait,
Alan Jackson, Johnny Rodriguez and Ty Herndon recording his songs. Bobby
has toured worldwide with. award nominations in Australia. Bobby is
also a member of the legendary Wheeling Jamboree.