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article imageRemembering Nate Estimada: Lead performer from 'Men of The Strip'

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 21, 2015 in Entertainment
Entertainer Nate Estimada from "Men of The Strip" passed away due to a tragic accident on June 18, 2014, but his memory lives on.
Estimada was only 24 years old, and he was affectionately known as "The Midnight Cowboy." As of last August, the Nate Estimada Memorial Foundation Fund has been established in his honor and it is run by his parents and family members.
The "Men of The Strip" male revue is hosted by Jeff Timmons from the Grammy-nominated vocal group 98 Degrees, and it is owned by Mike Foland.
His friends and colleagues at "Men of the Strip" paid homage to Estimada, via a moving post on their Facebook page. "We love you and miss you dearly brother! ‪#‎cowboybusiness‬," they posted.
Digital Journal had the chance to sit down and chat with Estimada back on December 17, 2013, prior to their show at Gramercy Theatre in New York City, and that interview may be seen by clicking here.
To learn more about Nate Estimada's Memorial Foundation Fund, check out its homepage.
For more information on "Men of The Strip," visit their Facebook page.
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