The LVH ALS Foundation is excited to announce
our biggest fundraiser yet featuring
Mark Wills on Wednesday, October 16, 2019!
Mark Wills has captivated fans and listeners for over two decades. He achieved his first top-charting success at the young age of 23, and has maintained longevity in the music business that many artists can only dream of. His mission is to create country music filled with depth and meaningful substance to create lasting memories through the words.
Mark is a member of the Grand Ole Opry, has had eight Top 10 singles including “19 Something” and “I Do (Cherish You)”. He has released a total of seven albums including a patriotic album in 2001, Looking for America. As an avid supporter of the US Military, he has more than a dozen trips to entertain our troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Korea and Italy, among others.
Mark now resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Kelly and his two daughters. In his spare time, when he’s not writing, recording, or touring, Mark enjoys hunting in the great outdoors and spending time with his girls. Mark is a dedicated parent, philanthropist, outdoorsman, and jokester; but, more than anything else, he is an artist and songwriter who helped to create the foundation for what country music is today!
To learn more about Mark and his sensational career in country music, click here to visit his website.
More information on the event and how to buy tickets to the show will be coming soon!
The LVH ALS Research Endowment is a seed, full of exciting potential. It has been sown onto the fertile ground of the Duke ALS Clinic, one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive ALS care centers. Nurtured by our passion, commitment and unique focus on alternative therapies and ALS reversals, I believe this will grow, eventually leading us to an amazing Duke ALS Center that helps us climb to a cure for this disease.
– Dr. Richard Bedlack
Larry would always say that ALS was a ‘blessing’. Can’t say that I necessarily agreed with him but, I will say that SO many blessings have come out of it and continue to keep coming after his passing. This foundation is our way of paying it forward and hopefully one day eradicating ALS.
– Kim V. Hughes