Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageReview: Lee Greenwood celebrates Memorial Day with 'God Bless The USA' Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 28, 2018 in Music
On May 27, America's Patriot Lee Greenwood performed his signature song "God Bless The USA" at the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Greenwood, who wore a cap in honor of the Coast Guard, performed in front of fans and military guests during NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600. "Hello race fans," Greenwood said, greeting the audience, and he held up the peace sign.
His voice was compelling and powerful as ever, and it garnered an enormous round of applause from the first chorus. Midway through the song, he encouraged everybody to sing along. "Let me see your hands," Greenwood added.
Towards the end of the song, he stressed the following lyrics: "And I'll gladly stand up." He also saluted the U.S. military members that were present in the crowd. "Thank you race fans," Greenwood concluded.
Particularly impressive about Greenwood's live performance at Charlotte Motor Speedway is that it included ground exhibitions, as well as a 20-minute performance by the 82nd Airborne division. It was well-received by all, and proved that Lee Greenwood and his classic song "God Bless The USA" are both timeless.
"I'm blessed and honored to have the opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women of our great nation who serve and sacrifice daily to defend our freedom," Lee Greenwood said.
To learn more about Grammy winner and country star Lee Greenwood, check out his official website.
More about lee greenwood, god bless the usa, Memorial day, Country, Grammy
Latest News
Top News