T.J. Martell Foundation To Honor Four Nashvillians At Honors Gala
March 9, 2009 at 1:21 PM (PT)
The T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION has announced that GRAMMY winning artist MICHAEL BOLTON, singer/songwriter/actor MAC DAVIS, ACADEMY AWARD winning actor TOMMY LEE JONES, TENNESSEE Gov. PHIL BREDESEN and NASHVILLE Mayor KARL DEAN are among the presenters at the inaugural T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION/NASHVILLE HONORS GALA.
The black-tie event will be held MARCH 25th at the LOEWS VANDERBILT PLAZA HOTEL in NASHVILLE and will honor "four distinguished individuals for their humanitarian, philanthropic and career achievements." BOLTON and MCA/NASHVILLE artist LEE ANN WOMACK will also perform.
Those being honored include former Vice President of the UNITED STATES AL GORE ("Lifetime Humanitarian Award"), former BMI President/CEO FRANCES WILLIAMS PRESTON ("Lifetime Music Industry Award"), INGRAM INDUSTRIES President/CEO ORRIN H. INGRAM ("Lifetime Philanthropic Award") and VANDERBILT-INGRAM CANCER CENTER Director Emeritus HAROLD L. MOSES, M.D.
The HONORS GALA benefits the T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION and its mission of support innovative research for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. For more info visit www.HonorsGala.org.