On November 11, the United States of America will take a moment to recognize the 24.9 million armed forces veterans living in the United States. But one day a year isn’t enough to honor the heroes that commit their lives to keeping America free.
Singer and songwriter Terri Brumit is a native of Marietta, GA and the wife of a retired Special Ops officer. She writes, arranges and performs all her own music, which she refers to as ‘hero music’ and includes the songs “Warriors in the Night,” “Heroes Left Behind,” “They’re My Legacy,” “That Look in His Eye,” “Heading Home,” “Still a Warrior,” “Another Day” and “Thank a Vet.” The YouTube link today features Terri’s song “Warriors in the night” (UPDATE 8-28-2010 YouTube Video was removed by Terri Brumit). We at Still Blonde after all these Years! were so moved by the song that we are requesting that all our readers play AND BUY the music to support our troops. Please play it often and send this blog link to everyone you know…so that Terri’s word can be spread! (Besides SHE IS A BLONDE!)
Terri has a new release “Still a Warrior,” a song that reminds Americans there’s more to our country’s fighting military men and women than we see on TV. The album is also currently available for sale through Terri’s website at www.TerriBrumit.com. A portion of the proceeds will go to support the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.
For more information, visit www.terribrumit.com.