“America’s Got Talent” singer and guitarist Sal
Gonzalez is supporting his fellow veterans by performing at an HSTpathways
Wounded Warrior Project fundraiser on Thursday, May 16 at the Opry
Backstage Grill in Nashville, TN. The event will help the latest
generation of injured service members on their journeys to recovery.
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Marine and Singer Sal Gonzalez who gained fame from “America’s Got Talent” to perform at HSTpathways’ Wounded Warrior Project fundraiser. Gonzalez has a new single titled “When We Go Round” released earlier this month and another new single titled “Heroes” to be released as an EP on May 24. Gonzalez is famous for his 2014 performance on Season 9 of “America’s Got Talent.” The fundraiser will be held on Thursday, May 16 at the Opry Backstage Grill in Nashville, TN. The event will help the latest generation of injured service members on their journeys to recovery. The fundraiser coincides with the 2019 Ambulatory Surgery Center Association’s Conference. (Photo: Business Wire)
has a new single titled “When
We Go Round” released earlier this month and another new single
titled “Heroes” to be released as an EP on May 24. Gonzalez is famous
2014 performance on Season 9 of “America’s Got Talent.” The Iraq war
veteran has performed with numerous GRAMMY award-winning artists and
opened for some of today’s biggest selling country music artists. He was
honored at the White House in 2017.
“Wounded Warrior Project has been a gigantic part of my recovery since
returning home. I’m grateful for the opportunity to help them by being a
part of this event,” said Gonzalez.
All money raised (100% NET) will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project.
Food and beverages will be available, along with raffles and a silent
Presale tickets are free and now
available online. Tickets also will be available at the door of the
WHO: “America’s Got Talent” singer and guitarist Sal Gonzalez
HSTpathways’ Wounded Warrior Project Fundraiser during 2019 ASCA
WHEN: Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 7 p.m. CT
Backstage Grill located at 2401 Music Valley Drive in Nashville, TN
“Sal Gonzalez may have put away his uniform, but he’s not finished
serving his country,” said HSTpathways founder and CEO Tom Hui.
“Nashville holds lots of country music events, but few will be as
inspiring as this one. We are honored that Sal will be the featured
musical artist at HST’s Wounded Warrior Project Fundraiser.”
The fundraiser event takes place during the 2019
Ambulatory Surgery Center Association’s Conference and Expo and is
hosted by HSTpathways,
the leading provider of cloud-based, ambulatory surgery center (ASC)
Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization that offers a variety of
programs, services and events for post-9/11 injured veterans and their
HSTpathways is the leading provider of cloud-based ambulatory surgery
center (ASC) management software.
is a top-ranked, cloud-based Ambulatory Surgery Center software company
dedicated to serving the ASC industry. HSTpathways was named KLAS
Category Leader for Ambulatory Surgical Center Solutions in the “2018
Best in KLAS: Software & Services” report. Clients include more
than 700 organizations such as freestanding ambulatory surgery centers
and ASC-hospital joint ventures, as well as 40 multi-facility corporate
enterprises. HSTpathways provides the most trusted enterprise software
management solution available to the ASC industry. HST offers
specialized software solutions to help ASC organizations achieve
efficiencies with surgical scheduling, supply chain management, EHR
clinical workflows, medical coding, insurance and patient billing, and
accounts receivable collections. For more information, visit www.HSTpathways.com.
About Wounded Warrior Project
Since 2003, Wounded Warrior
Project® (WWP) has been meeting the growing needs of
warriors, their families, and caregivers—helping them achieve their
highest ambition. Learn more: http://newsroom.woundedwarriorproject.org/about-us.