James Roger’s November 2 Show to benefit Wounded Warrior Project

By October 21, 2013Local NewsWIRE

(SAVANNAH, GA) Internationally renowned recording artist and performer James Rogers, will perform his show on Saturday, Nov. 2 in Savannah at the Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Fine Arts Auditorium at 7 p.m.

“This is my opportunity to honor and pay tribute to the members of the Armed Forces and their families, active and veterans, who have served their country so selflessly,” said Rogers.

“The fact I am able to perform in a part of the country that is known for its military population during the Veterans Day season makes it an ideal opportunity for me to show my respect to these brave men and women.”

Admission to the show is free for military identification card holders and $15 for the civilian sector.

Proceeds from the performance will go the Wounded Warrior Project.

Rogers 40+ year career as an entertainer, singer, song writer includes performing with Roy Clark, Ricky Skaggs, Alabama and Dolly Parton. His music has been described as folk style with significantly patriotic themes. His songs include “Fly Eagle Fly”, “I Guard America” (regarded as the National Guard anthem), “Let Freedom Ring”, and “You’re a Hero in My Eyes”. http://jamesrogers.com

Recently, following a visit to Fort Stewart’s Warrior’s Walk in 2011 where 466 eastern red bud trees have been planted to honor the sacrifice made by Third Infantry Division soldiers since 2003, Rogers’ wrote and recorded “Warriors Walk” as a tribute to the fallen heroes. Rogers will make his first public performance of this song at the Nov. 2 show. Likely in attendance (though not confirmed) will be Maj. Gen. John M. Murray, commander of the Third Infantry Division, along with a number of wounded warriors, who will take the stage.

Tickets are available at the door or in advance by calling (912) 232-7018.

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