JACK’S PLACE for Autism Foundation announced that Nashville recording artist and radio host Jeff Tuttle will be performing live at the Billy Baroo Invitational & ZooFari Experience banquet dinner on July 8. The performance is part of the Foundation’s big summer day, where they will be raising funds to continue supporting families affected by autism spectrum disorder.
Tuttle’s country western career has seen him perform alongside with other famous country artists such as Willie Nelson, Martina McBride and Garth Brooks. Tuttle’s album, Livin’ Like A Millionaire (ain’t got a dime), was recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy Award winning Producer Larry Butler (previous work includes Kenny Rogers, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson), Steve Thomas and Grammy Award winning Producer Terry Shelton (Billy Ray Cyrus) and engineered by Billy Sherrill. In addition to being a country western star, Tuttle is the host of NASH Icon 98.3’s show, “Sunday Gospel Time With Jeff Tuttle & Friends,” which airs every Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon and from 8 p.m. to midnight. “Sunday Gospel Time” covers gospel-related music performed in a variety of music genres, including country and bluegrass.
Tuttle will perform at the banquet dinner, which follows the events at the Detroit ZooFari Experience and Billy Baroo Invitational at the Detroit Zoo. On top of the performance will be dinner, an award ceremony and a raffle drawing. The Billy Baroo Invitational is a golf tournament that will take place at Rackham Golf Course, which is located near the Detroit Zoo, where the ZooFari Experience will be at. The ZooFari Experience is a chance for families to explore the animal kingdom at the Detroit Zoo.
To register for the Billy Baroo Invitational and/or the ZooFari Experience, visit our registration page. The Foundation also offers sponsorship opportunities for those looking to be a difference maker in the community and to get their company’s name out in the public. There are multiple packages for both participants and sponsors.