CDB pays tribute to troops with Live From Iraq CD

The Charlie Daniels Band releases a new album and bonus DVD dedicated to our heroes in Iraq.

On June 26, Charlie Daniels will release Live From Iraq—a two-disc, 13-song set of tunes recorded in Iraq during four performances by his legendary band as part of a Stars for Stripes tour entertaining U.S. and multinational troops. While in Iraq, the 70-year-old Charlie and his band made stops in Arifjan, Baghdad, Tallil, Fallujah and other bases. The new CD includes a bonus DVD featuring never-before-seen documentary footage, including a moving Easter service in Ur. "I'll never forget my trips to Iraq, having the honor of visiting with the heroes so far away from home who stand in harm's way daily to keep the torch of freedom burning brightly," proclaims Charlie. "It is with great love, admiration, respect and gratitude that I dedicate this project to the men and women who wear the military uniform of the United States of America, past, present and future." To learn more about Charlie and his new project, check out charliedaniels.com.

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