Suzanne Somers to Appear at the Bass Performance Hall, Tuesday, November 11, 2014 for “Stay Young at the Bass: An Evening with Suzanne Somers”

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Executive Medicine of Texas is bringing Suzanne Somers to Texas to help spread their message of preventative and proactive health.

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Suzanne Somers will be at the Bass Performance Hall November 11, 2014.

Everyone wants to learn how to take better care of themselves, so the whole event is designed to teach people a new way to age.

Executive Medicine of Texas announce the upcoming event 'Stay Young at the Bass: An Evening with Suzanne Somers.' As physicians who focus on prevention, Drs. Mark Anderson and Walter Gaman are proponents of optimal, not just marginal, health. They, along with health and wellness expert Judy Gaman have co-authored several award winning books, including their latest Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise. The three also co-host the nationally syndicated Staying Young Radio Show. Somers has been a guest of their show on multiple occasions.

Somers and the physicians at Executive Medicine of Texas are linked through the Forever Health Network, an exclusive network of physicians who specialize in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. Somers is the National Spokesperson for the network. In many of Suzanne’s books, including Bombshell, Somers refers to the Forever Health Network. Forever Health is also heavily involved in Somers’ Texas event.

Somers is passionate about the upcoming trip, “Everyone wants to learn how to take better care of themselves, so the whole event is designed to teach people a new way to age. People need to know that they can age without feeling ‘old’ and my life is a testimony to that. I am thrilled to visit and share my experience with the wonderful people of Texas.”

“Sharing the stage with Suzanne Somers is a thrill,” explains Anderson. “Not only is she an amazingly intelligent woman who knows her stuff, our messages align and we both really want to help people.” Dr. Anderson and his partner have been fortunate to gain many accolades over the years, including Best Doctor in Texas by Newsweek Magazine and Healthcare Heroes by the Fort Worth Business Press.

Suzie Humphreys will start the night off with ‘Don’t Stop Laughing Till They Close the Lid.’ People of all ages have come to know and love Suzie as she has graced the Texas radio and television scene for years. Judy Gaman, a big fan of Humphrey’s explains, “Suzie and I have become friends over the years. She has a way of touching people’s hearts through laughter. We are all very excited that she is the opening act.”

Following Humphreys are the co-hosts of the nationally syndicated Staying Young show who will keep the crowd energized with free giveaways and plenty of tips on age prevention. The evening will conclude with Suzanne Somers’ powerful message.

All of the acts for the event are also huge advocates of giving back and since the event is being held on Veteran’s Day, they found a way to give back to the soldiers who give so much to this country. That evening there will be a silent auction filled with a large variety of items to bid on. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Sponsors who have already committed to the event include: BioTE® Hormone Pellet Therapy (Platinum Plus Sponsor), SPECTRACELL LABORATORIES, Solis Mammography, Fort Worth Business Press, and the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Those companies interested in sponsorship, or who wish to be considered for entrance into the goodie bags, should contact the Stay Young Media Group.

All attendees can expect a night filled with fun, prizes, and plenty of education on how to live a better and healthier life. Tickets for “Stay Young at the Bass: An Evening with Suzanne Somers” can be purchased at and doors open at 5:30pm. This is a one night show and tickets should be purchased early.

Executive Medicine of Texas is located in Southlake, Texas. Patients fly in from all over the globe to seek their services which include executive physical examinations, concierge medicine, fitness and nutrition counseling, as well as bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.

The Staying Young Show is a nationally syndicated radio show that can be heard across the nation on traditional AM/FM stations as well as on satellite SiriusXM 131 and Talk Zone Internet Radio. The show offers solid health and wellness advice and has a wide variety of guest that range from leading scientists to well know celebrities.

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