Folded Flag Foundation’s Songwriters Cafe’ To Feature Lee Brice
The Folded Flag Foundation is hosting its fourth installment of the Songwriters Café, a series of free online concerts benefiting families of our country’s fallen heroes, Feb. 15. The latest installment will be headlined by Lee Brice, with Whitney Duncan and Teddy Robb. The series is sponsored and hosted by O’Charley’s Restaurant + Bar, and O’Charley’s has raised more than $1.5 million for Folded Flag. The show will once again be hosted by Westwood One’s Elaina Smith.
“I am humbled to spend an evening playing my music and supporting Folded Flag,” said Brice. “I released “I Drive Your Truck” nine years ago and still think about its message of honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. I hope the audience watching will feel as passionately as I do and get inspired to contribute to Folded Flag to help these deserving families.”
Craig Morgan and Monster Energy Team for Iron Dog Snowmobile Race
Craig Morgan is partnering with Monster Energy for the 2021 Iron Dog Snowmobile Race in Alaska, performing the National Anthem at the start of the race on Feb. 13 and joining pro class riders on Feb. 20 for the final day of the 2,600 mile trek. Known to be the longest, toughest snowmobile race in the world, the Iron Dog will continue on with COVID precautions in place. In 2013, the singer participated in Fjällräven Polar, a 200-mile, five-day dog sled race that kicks off in Sweden before making its way through three countries. The trek was showcased on Morgan’s TV show, Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors.
“As a part-time resident here in Alaska, I can’t wait to partner with Monster Energy on this longstanding tradition in the state,” said Morgan.
Laine Hardy Returns From Trip Overseas Entertaining The Troops
Laine Hardy recently returned from his inaugural trip overseas to entertain U.S. service members. The trip culminated in a full band performance of some of Laine’s tunes including “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Tiny Town” at Al Dhafra Air Base in Abu Dhabi in the Persian Gulf. Laine, the grandson of an Army veteran, also took part in the 2020 virtual NYC Veterans Day Commemoration and was deeply impacted by the trip.
“My band and I greatly appreciate the sacrifice that each of the service members make for our country,” said Hardy. “We are thankful for everything we were able to honorably experience while here. This will be a moment in my life I will never forget.”
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