Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Charlie Daniels Set to Perform At American Freedom Festival In New York City On Veterans Day

Charlie Daniels Set to Perform At American Freedom Festival In New York City On Veterans Day:
Nashville, TN. - Charlie Daniels, music icon, will be joining country music artists Darryl Worley, Mark Wills, and Keni Thomas along with WWE Raw Superstar John Cena, WWE Smackdown Superstar JBL, classical artist Michael Amante, JAG TV star Karri Turner, and radio talk show host Al Franken in a concert event organized by the American Freedom Foundation on Friday, November 11th, in the Historic Roseland Ballroom in New York City. The concert begins at 8 pm (EST).

Charlie's partnership with Prilosec OTC for the 'Burning to Sing Your Heart Out' contest, will award a lucky songwriter the chance to perform with him at the American Freedom Festival. Songwriters were asked to write a song about how they overcame their most 'heartburning' experience. 'The concert will be an incredible evening of performances in honor of our country's servicemen and women at this historical New York City venue. It just doesn't get any better than that,' said Daniels.

Daniels will be visible on the television screen all week kicking off with a performance on Emeril Live on November 5th in a special episode of 'Gotta Have Garlic,' the rounds will continue with a special stop at the Fox News Channel studios to appear on Fox & Friends on November 10th and later that evening will visit on-set with MSNBC's Rita Cosby. Charlie will make one-last stop at Fox to appear on Dayside with Mike Jerrick and Juliet Huddy on Friday, November 11th.

The American Freedom Festival is a sanctioned event of the Country Music Association's marketing and promotional campaign, 'Country Takes New York City,' surrounding the CMA Awards show on November 15th on CBS.
The American Freedom Festival will raise money and awareness for the veterans of America's armed forces and their families whose lives have been affected by Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Charlie and Al Franken together on stage? That might make it worth the trip to Nueva Yorka! Al might spontaneously combust when confronted with truth. Original source here.

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