Country star and patriot Lee Greenwood honors America’s veterans with major ‘Adopt a Vet’ initiative
Recording star turns spotlight on America’s heroes: ‘Cut out by God to take care of our country’
Country music star Lee Greenwood — known widely for his inspiring song “God Bless the USA” as well as for his substantive body of work across decades of writing, recording and performing music, including for nine U.S. presidents — has kicked off a major initiative on behalf of America’s veterans, something he feels is part of his God-given duty to our country and those who have served it.
The Nashville-based star is turning a tribute concert into a chance to honor vets.
“I continue to do the job that I believe I’m cut out to do by God, which is to take care of our country and our families and our veterans,” he told Fox News Digital in a phone interview.