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BNN (Brandenburg News Network) 6/6/2024 Kidnapping of Lilyana Rose & Musician Mark Mackay

Published June 6, 2024, 9:02 a.m.

9am Update the Kidnapping of Lilyana Rose - Lilyana is the child kidnapped by CPs in the state of Tennessee. Her dad, J6er Tom Hamner, and her Mom Stefany Hamner will be joining us today with updates. The Hamner Family is in need of participation and support from "WE THE PEOPLE" to be a witness to what CPS in Tennessee has done to their daughter. Shocking video will be shown today and we need to raise awareness of what the services who are suppose to be protecting children are capable of in the victimization of children in their care. 10am Mark Mackay- From the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville to Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and countless destinations in between: Singer-songwriter Mark Mackay delivers electrifying performances to unite listeners with captivating anthems and blazing musicality. Touring relentlessly across the country, he has reached a loyal multi-genre audience for his guitar-driven American Music. In addition to headlining slots at concerts, fairs, festivals, and tours, Mark has opened for hard rockers REO Speedwagon, Richie Sambora, Ted Nugent, and Night Ranger; plus platinum country hitmakers Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Old Dominion, Gary Allan, and Eli Young Band. For his newest collection of tracks, he selected an accomplished team of first call players to join him at Universal Music’s East Iris Studios. “We threw out the rule book,” Mark testifies. “To craft a sound that was both rock and roadhouse; historic and contemporary.” Mark’s expansive circle of co-conspirators includes such luminaries as Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame honoree Jeffrey Steele, Ted Russell Kamp from the Shooter Jennings band, and multiple ACM Guitarist of the Year nominee Adam Shoenfeld, whose behind the board production expertise, plus his stellar guitar work, are notable contributions to the newest recordings. As a California native, Mark grew up on the indelible sounds of Laurel Canyon and Bakersfield. Trained as a classical pianist, he studied blues and rock guitar at Musicians Institute in Hollywood. He says this newest stage of his recording journey brings him full cycle as a singer-songwriter. “I came to Hollywood writing narrative storyteller songs; then a six-year journey to try to write and record down the middle. Now, with more maturity and skills, I come back with the genuine authenticity of what I set out to do.” X/Twitter: Rumble: