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Oct 2

David Nail Honors Soldiers with Tunes for Troops Program

David Nail

David Nail photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

David Nail believes music can make a difference in people’s lives. To help spread his belief, he’s teamed up with Liberty Creek Wines for their Tunes for Troops program, which is part of the larger program, Operation Gratitude.

“I’m honored to be part of Liberty Creek’s Operation Gratitude program,” David said. “It’s humbling and gratifying to think of my music as part of sending care packages to our troops stationed overseas. They do so much for us, and it’s easy to forget their sacrifice. This is one small thing that lets them know we know they’re out there, and appreciate all that the servicemen and women do for this country.”

Beginning this month and running through the end of the year, people who buy specially-tagged bottles of Liberty Creek will send a copy of David’s latest album, The Sound of a Million Dreams, in care packages Operation Gratitude sends to troops stationed overseas during the holiday season.

“We are delighted to receive this support from Liberty Creek Wines and David Nail, and we believe the CDs will make our care packages even more meaningful,” Carolyn Blashek, Founder of Operation Gratitude, said. “Country music speaks to themes that reinforce the simple pleasures in life—home, friends, family and loved ones, which can be comforting to a soldier who is far from home, especially during the holidays.”

Besides providing copies of David’s album, Liberty Creek is also donating $15,000 to Operation Gratitude for the project. “Music brings people together,” David said. “That’s the most powerful thing about it.  When I sing, I can see it on people’s faces. They know. They’ve been there – and if this does that for the troops, I am truly humbled to be a part of Operation Gratitude.”


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