SAVANNAH MEDIA ALERT:
James Rogers’ Savannah show benefiting The Wounded Warrior Project
November 12, 2011, 7pm
Fine Arts Auditorium Armstrong Atlantic State University
WOUNDED WARRIORS and families will be admitted to the concert free.
Civilian Tickets: $15 admission, ages 6-13 $7
To buy tickets contact Bob Haldeman 912-344-1258 or 912-232-7018. Checks should be made to WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT. Tickets are available at the door, the day of the concert.
ABOUT JAMES ROGERS
The internationally known Rogers has played at Dollywood and with musical groups such as Alabama, Roy Clark, Ricky Skaggs and superstar Dolly Parton.
Rogers has authored the National Guards’ anthem, “I Guard America” and has sung it at the White House. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8t1PMuaP5U
He has performed at The Grand Old Opry in Nasvhille, and Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas
He is related to Will Rogers.
He is more than a song writer and musician, he expertly weaves comedy into his one-man presentation that is clean and dynamic.
ABOUT WOUNDED WARRIOR
A non profit organization that recognizes the enormous sacrifices made by our newest generation of veterans and to honor the service of these individuals
Wounded Warrior Project is a public charity 501 c (3). Your gifts are tax deductible.