For those of you who live (or can manage to be) in the DFW area on Sunday, November 13, there will be a Veteran’s Day tribute at Love and War in Texas in Plano, TX. It is for the benefit of a non-profit called “Warrior Cry Music Project”
As you know, music can be great therapy. Basically, Warrior Cry is a group that works with wounded soldiers and Marines providing them with musical instruments and then teaching them to play. You can find more detail here: http://warriorcry.org/
We would love it if you could join us and other veterans and local musicians. Bring your guitar, your friends and their instruments and spend the afternoon picking and singing with us of just listening.
We are formally scheduled from 1 to 10 PM but will likely be there until they kick us out at midnight. Love and War in Texas is a DFW area establishment serving food, drinks and live music. It is really laid back, picnic tables outside (tables inside) and a great place to relax, listen to and play music. Here’s their website with location, etc. http://www.loveandwarintexas.com/
I hope to see you there. — jtl, 419
Warrior Cry Music Project is dedicated to helping combat veterans cope with life-changing injuries and the subsequent rehabilitation and healing process through the pursuit of music. warriorcry.org
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