BRANDON MARTIN CAMPAIGN TO FEATURE NASHVILLE COUNTRY RECORDING ARTIST TREY TAYLOR AT UPCOMING FUNDRAISER
SIERRA VISTA, AZ – NOVEMBER 16, 2020 – On February 1, 2020, Brandon Martin (R), Congressional candidate in Arizona’s 2nd District, will host a fundraiser featuring Nashville country music recording artist, Trey Taylor, in Sierra Vista, AZ. The fundraiser and concert will be held at the Klein Center for the Performing Arts, 5225 Buena School Blvd.
Prior to the concert, Brandon Martin will host a BBQ dinner for select donors beginning at 5:00 pm, so they may meet and visit with Martin and Trey Taylor. After that, Martin will address fundraiser attendees at around 6:30 pm, which will be followed by a concert by Nashville Country Music Recording Artist Trey Taylor.
Those wishing to meet and visit with Trey Taylor and Brandon Martin prior to the concert, or those simply wishing to attend the general fundraiser and concert can get more details on how to attend at https://BrandonMartinforCongress.com
Trey Taylor was born in Colorado on August 20, 1998, and is the youngest African-American in Country Music History. He is a singer, composer, public speaker, philanthropist, multi-instrumentalist (He plays over nine instruments).
On April 8th, 2015, Trey recorded his first single titled “Back on My Mind Again” and released the song to internet distribution formats. The single gained the attention of multiple producers, including Dolly Parton’s Producer, Kent Wells who quickly signed Trey to Kent Wells Productions in Nashville, Tennessee and eventually signed him to his official record label, Go Time Records (GTRNashville.com).
More information about Trey Taylor can be found at www.treytaylormusic.com
Brandon Martin is the only candidate, currently seeking the Republican nomination, who has served in the Military. Brandon served in the United States Army Reserves for 11 years as an interrogator and intelligence source operator.
Martin served a tour in Afghanistan collecting intelligence on enemy combatants. He has experience combating terrorism and terrorist activities. Martin will bring those skills to Washington where he will provide leadership promoting National Security. His experience also makes him the perfect candidate to take on the Nation’s illegal immigration crisis. Illegal immigration is a National Security threat.
Brandon Martin taught interrogations for his final two years in the Army Reserves. After that, he continued to teach interrogations as a civilian for the Department of the Army. Later, he worked as a member of the Secretary General Staff, U.S. Army Intelligence Center for Excellence and Fort Huachuca Command Group. There he managed civilian professional development programs and managed the professional development budget for the fort.