Nashville, TN (Eddie Bush Official Website) -— The National
Criminal Enforcement Association (N.C.E.A.) has invited singer/songwriter, EDDIE BUSH, to perform for their 7th Annual Winter Conference. The conference is being held in Nashville, TN at The Sheraton Music
City Hotel and Eddie Bush is performing on January 20, 2006.
'The Thin Blue Line,' a tribute song written by Bush to honor those officer's who risk their lives in the line of duty, is a favorite of the N.C.E.A. The association began in 1999 as a tribute to slain Police Captain Robbie Bishop. Captain Bishop was one of the original pioneers of Criminal Enforcement and its teachings. He paid the ultimate sacrifice on the side of a busy, cold Georgia Interstate on January 20, 1999. The N.C.E.A. has dedicated its existence to memorializing this hero and the stance he took against the criminal element. His strong belief in educating law enforcement officers in the Patrol Tactics of Advanced Criminal Enforcement are continued today by the N.C.E.A. Our motto: 'In Pursuit Of The Criminal Element - The Fight Continues,' says what Captain Bishop, and many others that followed him, have lived and died by.
The N.C.E.A is a non-profit organization consisting of law enforcement officers across the United States and Canada. The members of the N.C.E.A. specialize in the fields of Criminal Enforcement and Narcotics Interdiction. These officers are motivated, dedicated men and women, who are responsible for upholding the Mission of the National Criminal Enforcement Association.
The annual Winter Conference began on January 17th and ends after Eddie Bush's performance on January 20th.
For more information on Eddie Bush, log on to www.eddiebush.com