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"Dream Big, Work Hard & Have Faith" With Singer/Songwriter Templeton Thompson at the Veterans Day Telethon!

Texas-born singer/songwriter Templeton Thompson is living her dream by traveling the country singing her music and “hangin” out with the horses!  Combining her love for horses with her passion for music, Templeton includes major horse expos and other National horse events in her touring schedule…often performing from horseback.  Though we won’t have the horses out on November 6th, we are still proud to have Templeton joining us for the Veterans Day Telethon!

Templeton draws from a deep well of influences that combine with her Texas roots to give her style of country music a distinctive, soulful edge. She names Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow and Don Williams as her most influential heroes.

Besides writing and performing her own music, she has also written and sung back-up vocals for country greats like Reba McIntyre, Jo Dee Messina, and Little Texas.

Once again, we are thrilled and excited to have Templeton joining us for our telethon event!  She is a “MUST HEAR COUNTRY SINGER & HORSE WOMAN”.

Be sure to get a copy of her latest CD

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2 Responses to "Dream Big, Work Hard & Have Faith" With Singer/Songwriter Templeton Thompson at the Veterans Day Telethon!

  1. Ray D'Alesio says:

    It’s Great to see GO800 Helping our vets with this wonderful telethon, Would love to see GO800 get some exposure by changing there short code to There signature line GO800
    Thank you Laura Kennedy for all of your efforts in helping those in need
    Best Wishes,
    Warm Regards
    Ray D’Alesio

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