The country music star performs at Points Of Light, the worldâ€™s largest conference on volunteering and service.
Folk rock and country music star Kristian Bush continues to enhance his music career each and every day. Although Bush has created a solo career for himself, he is also one-half of the country music duo, Sugarland. His success has not stopped there; he also has won numerous CMA (Country Music Awards) and CMT (Country Music Television) music awards, and tops his success off with a Grammy award for best country song of 2009.
His most recent accomplishment was performing for the Points Of Light 25th Anniversary Tribute this past week on Oct. 20, 2015, which was a tribute that honored former United States president George H. W. Bush, the founder of the conference itself.
The Points Of Light organization is the worldâ€™s largest conference on volunteering and service. Bush opened the conference with the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” accompanied on stage by U.S. military veterans and the Mayor of Houston.
The conference reconvened the following evening with many more songs to be sung. Bush started the festivities with the heartfelt song, “Walk Tall,” that gives insight about maturing and embracing who you are, and concluded the night with a rendition of the hit, “Thatâ€™s What Friends Are For.”