Autographed Fiddle Giveaway!
The legendary Charlie Daniels and his team donated an autographed fiddle and fan package to Freedom Sings Arkansas shortly before his passing.
His intent was for us to use it as a fundraiser.
We are honored to now offer his autographed fiddle and other prizes
to raise much needed funds for our program to continue our work with Veterans.
Click on the "Donate" box below for
information on the raffle.
Thanks Charlie, you're a class act!
May you rest in peace.
~~ Special thanks to CDB's
David Corlew & Angela and
Freedom Sings USA's Don Goodman ~~
"Red Hog" Video
Released to much fanfare!
AR's own Casey Crocker, Videographer and professional photographer, recently completed Bill Luplow's video to accompany his song, "Red Hog" by Steve Dean & Don Goodman. We are proud of our "Red Hog" & called his video:
An American Hero
Bill insists he isn't a hero, but you can make up your own mind after you see this short film.
When The Story Becomes A Song...
Freedom Sings Arkansas is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization providing a caring environment of support for military Veterans, active duty men & women,
military spouses & surviving family members. Their personal stories are
put to music through the art of songwriting.
Through this powerful experience with "Veterans healing Veterans" & the
opportunity for continuous participation, we empower our servicemen
& women to help bring each other home.
OUR MISSION: HEALING WITH SONG
Song of the Week
Local Songwriter's Song of the Week!
Freedom Sings Arkansas Songwriter, Rodger King, penned this tribute for his cousin, PFC James Michael King, "Who Gave All" in Vietnam.
HELP US HELP THOSE WHO SACRIFICED FOR US ALL
Before you leave, please take a Veteran home with you.
Donate $1 and choose the 'Song of the Week"
or any song on our music page!
Trigger/Content warning: The following video contains actual war sounds & images that may be considered graphic by some.
“The audio segment at the beginning of this video was recorded live, by combat photographer Lieutenant Bruce Wesson, inside the ammunition dump at Long Binh, South Vietnam on January 31, 1968, the first day of the Tet Offensive.
You will hear small arms and automatic weapons, incoming RPG rounds and other ordinance exploding. The squad leaders can be heard directing the concentration of fire. The radio transmissions in the background are communications between the platoon leader and the company commander engaged in the battle.”
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