Youth Corps to hold concert for U.S. veterans
Global Peace Youth Corps - USA will be hosting a benefit concert for Forward March, a project to help young veterans regain a sense of mission and purpose through serving.
The concert will take place in the Everett Mall Music Hall from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23, featuring internationally celebrated singer Tony La Stella.
Nathan Sutton, a Marine veteran, founded Forward March a year ago to engage young U.S. veterans in meaningful community-driven development projects overseas and to recognize the significance of the founding principles upon which our nation was built.
According to Nathan Breland, Global Peace Youth Corps director in Edmonds, Tony La Stella and has appeared in night clubs, concerts, TV, motion pictures, Broadway musicals, rock and opera throughout North America, South America, and Europe.
He will perform “Italianized” versions of opera, Sinatra, and the Rolling Stones.
Tony's family has a long history of patriotism in America, including ancestors who fought alongside George Washington and others who served as officers in the cabinet of Ulysses S. Grant.
Bring your friends, family, and loved ones to enjoy the music of Tony La Stella and learn more about a local non-profit with a global reach.
All proceeds go to Forward March. Purchase tickets online at www.globalpeaceyouth.org