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Posted on May 13, 2010 in Stuff We Like

Song to Help Wounded Warriors Project

By Media Release

The following media release about country artist Jamie Tate and her song, "I’ll Give My All," was sent to Armchair General. We reprint it here as a public service. A portion of income form downloads of the song will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Jamie Tate was selected as honorary USO ambassador for her home state of North Carolina.

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With Memorial Day and Independence Day right around the corner, we’d like to introduce you to a talented young artist with a powerful new song, written for all of the men and women serving in our military.
 
Meet North Carolina native Jamie Tate.  An emerging new artist in the Country format, Jamie originally wrote “I’ll Give My All” simply to show her support for our troops, but the song has since taken on a much bigger role.  In fact, “I’ll Give My All” was chosen to become part of a national campaign to deliver one million free downloads of Jamie’s patriotic anthem to our troops stationed around the world.  Every download will result in a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, the USO of North Carolina and the Military Family Lifestyle Charitable Foundation.

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And, Jamie had some very special guests helping her record this special anthem – the 82nd Airborne All-American Chorus.  Once the world-renowned group from Fort Bragg heard her song, they offered to lend their services.  The result is a stirring tribute to the sacrifice our men and women have made, and continue to make, every single day.
 
Please give “I’ll Give My All” a listen.
 
Remember, every download of this song helps our troops and says “Thank You!” for all their sacrifices.
 

1 Comment

  1. Song to Help Wounded Warriors Project……………..great article…………
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