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  • Nathan Osmond, Lonestar + Larry King Set for Veteran's Benefit Show

    Mon, 22 Apr 2013 17:17:01

    Nathan Osmond, Lonestar + Larry King Set for Veteran's Benefit Show - It takes place in Maryland on May 22

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    Nathan Osmond, Lonestar and broadcaster Larry King will headline a star-studded tribute to U.S. troops at the first Homeward Bound Heroes concert event, set for May 22, at the world-class Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda, Maryland.

    The Wounded In Action Family Foundation (WIAFF) creates the opportunity for wounded warriors and their families to successfully transition from a military hospital environment back into civilian society.

    Homeward Bound Heroes will bring together top entertainers as they honor the men and women of our armed forces. Among the notable stars scheduled to perform is country breakthrough artist Nathan Osmond, who will release his new CD that night, dedicating proceeds to the WIAFF and its cause.

    Other stars slated to perform include iconic country rockers Lonestar, southern rock band Crossin Dixon, singer/songwriter Sarah Darling, Moi Navarro, Angel Taylor from NBC's The Voice and Maryland's own rising country star, Laura Bryna.

    Famed American Tenor Antonio Giuliano will sing the national anthem and Lee Greenwood, Billy Dean, Collin Raye, Tracy Lawrence and other famous guests will be part of a music video montage that pays tribute to the troops.

    "WIAFF salutes all our wounded warrior families,” said Warren Elliott, CEO and Co-Founder. "Our goal is to make sure they are given every opportunity to return home and experience the American Dream for sacrificing so much for our country."

    See video of Nathan Osmond talking about his new song "Stars and Stripes":



    What can you do to help vets? Get more info about the event at HomewardBoundHeroes.org

    —Maggie Pannacione
    04.22.13



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