NEW THIS YEAR! The first Annual Army Aviation Scholarship Dinner Concert featuring Michael Ray is taking place November 15! This major fundraising event will kick off the 60th year of the AAAA Scholarship Foundation, Inc. and celebrates the $9.7 million awarded to over 6,000 of our AAAA members and their families since 1963. The goal for this event is to break the $10 million mark! Every dollar of the donation portion of your contribution goes 100% to students! If you plan to donate $1000 or more, please email Joanne Hansrote – email@example.com by September 1 with your pledge. All $5,000 donations and above will be featured in the program. Donations of $10,000 and above will be offered an on-stage check presentation opportunity.
Enjoy this fun-filled evening all while supporting AAAA Families!
ABOUT MICHAEL RAY
For Michael Ray, music is his grandfather singing and sweating on a rural Florida stage. It’s the childhood refuge he found during the pain of his parents’ divorce. It’s family and stories, history, and hope. Ray says music saved him, but it did even more: Music made him. In five short years, Ray has built an impressive foundation: four No. 1 songs – RIAA Platinum-certified “Think a Little Less,” RIAA Gold-certified “Kiss You in the Morning,” RIAA Gold-certified “One That Got Away” and RIAA Gold-certified “Whiskey And Rain” – plus “Get to You” and “Her World or Mine,” brings his tally to five Gold-certified singles.
Ray has garnered over 1 billion global streams, over 650,000 album equivalents, over 100 million YouTube views and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry over 60 times. Now, two hit albums into that all-too-rare blend of critically acclaimed and commercially successful career, Ray has released Higher Education, a seven-song collection produced by GRAMMY-nominated producer Ross Copperman. Proof that heartbroken wallowing can feel good if it swings, “Whiskey And Rain” marked his first multi-week No. 1, cementing Ray as the ideal bridge between vintage country cool and modern country’s best sounds.
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