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OUR NEW YEARS BASH!!!
OPEN MIC NIGHT for families of the MISSING & DEPLOYED. Come on the air, and speak out to your loved ones and send them a NEW YEARS MESSAGE!!!
March of 2005, 4th25 Music Group released Live From Iraq, the firstalbum ever produced, written and recorded at war. Since, they've been featured on MTV, FOX NEWS, BBC, NPR, in Black Book, SPIN, Rolling Stone,Newsweek, and the list goes on. Before "Live From Iraq", there was only the dream of making music. Allwe had was a COMPAQ computer with a SOUND BLASTER AUDIGY card, a $100mic, and a burnt copy of ACID PRO. Every Friday, a bunch of us wouldpile into a barracks room, drink, write, and record whatever it was thatcame to mind. It was one of these Friday nights that SGT. ALVIN GREEN,in response to probably the hottest cut we ever dropped back then said,“this is the 4th quarter right here… the game’s about to be over… Thisjoint is they 2 minute warning”. Little did we know what those words “4th Quarter” would inspire. It was our deployment that truly defined the term 4th Quarter. No morewas it just the words Alvin Green spoke one Friday night… It was the mentality we embraced. The 4th Quarter in the game of our lives. This is where we had to play thru our injuries both mental and physical, becauselosing was not an option. There were no timeouts or instant replays… no penalties or flags on the play… and no home field advantage. This waswhether or not we ever stepped foot on the field to play again, and the most humbling moment of our lives. There, there is no such thing asovertime, or a tie. You either win or you lose. And, we were down 1, faced with a decision to which there was only one answer. Go for two.And winning there was the difference between life and death!
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