Free Bossier Concert Will Benefit Veterans; Ramblin’ On the Red
While country music will be the featured attraction, the real stars of Ramblin' On the Red will be those men and women that are served by Trey McGuire's "Every Warrior Network."
If you haven't heard about this incredible mission that Trey provides to local Veterans dealing with some tough issues, the organization's website, EveryWarrior.org explains it best.
Prior to 2014, our Founder and Director, Trey McGuire began noticing a trend, and that trend was unacceptable to him. Serving in a local church, Trey worked hand in hand with young adults of our area. The more service members he met, the more he noticed that our Warriors were alone. That hole was something that he set out to fill.
Maybe it's because I've spent the past forty years working in country music that I tend to be a little prejudiced, but leave it to country people to answer the call to help these incredible warriors!
And what a way to raise funds and much needed awareness!
On Saturday, September 24, beginning at 2:00 pm, it's Ramblin' On the Red at Hurricane Alley at 515 Barksdale Boulevard in Bossier City's East Bank!
This nine hour concert will run until 11:00 pm and includes some of the best live country entertainers that our area has to offer including crowd favorites like:
- Tildon Gillum
- Lucas Jagneaux and the Roadshow
- Zebb Rogers
- Beaux Atkins
- The Leif Shively Band
Since the event is absolutely free with no cover charge, you might ask how they plan to raise funds?
They will literally have tons of raffles and auctions with all funds to benefit the Every Warrior Network.
To see some of the items they'll feature or read more about the event, go HERE
To see more about the Every Warrior Network, go HERE