FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Two-Spirit Cherokee Recording Artist Tony Enos Honors Our Military Women And Men With New Single Release And Video, “I Cry”

“Not a day passes that I’m not grateful for all of our soldiers and vets who have fought and are fighting for our freedoms” - Tony Enos

New York City, United States, 2018-May-14 — /EPR Network/ — The death of a loved one is a heartbreaking tragedy. When that loved one is a fallen soldier who lost their life in combat for our country, it leaves a life shattering scar that defies explanation. However as the saying goes, “where words fail, music speaks.”

This Memorial Day, two-spirit Cherokee recording artist Tony Enos is honoring American soldiers, and their families who have given the ultimate sacrifice with his new single and music video, “I Cry.” Now playing on YouTube.

“I hope it validates their experiences, trauma, and heartbreak. It’s a chance to say I see you, and you matter,” says Enos.

“Our men and women of the armed forces do a job that is all too often thankless. We should never take them or the sacrifices they, and their families make for granted,” the NYC Entertainer expressed.

“I Cry,” is a country ballad written by Nashville song writer and producer Thomas Devine, and features emotional piano and rock guitar, with gut wrenching lyrics powerfully interpreted by Enos. It tells the story of a soldier who takes the plane ride back to the states with the body of a fellow soldier who has died in battle, and how the experience affects him. The single will be released in iTunes and all digital music platforms this coming Wednesday, May 16th, 2018.

Enos, who is an enrolled member of the Echota Cherokee tribe explains, “Native Americans have one of the highest armed forces enrollment rates, and honoring our warriors is an important part of our culture.”

The singer/song writer/producer continued, “that has definitely informed the love that I wanted to pour into this project. Especially with my grandfather having been a vet, and seeing the disparities among our vets during my work in public health.”

Continuing on his platform of activism through music, the Philadelphia born native is taking this opportunity to bring awareness to issues that affect LGBTQ2S soldiers and vets. Enos said, “not a day passes that I’m not grateful for all of our soldiers and vets who have fought for our freedoms. Especially those who have been made to do so while experiencing hate and discrimination.” Visit Tony Enos online at

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