VETERANS DAY SPECIAL with Anthony Tedesco & Debbie Lee

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This Show is dedicated the our Veterans and Active Military!

Anthony Tedesco releases his debut album, Exordium.  Portion of the proceeds go to  Treat Any Soldier. Long Until Gone depicts sacrifices our troops make serving & protecting our country.

Anthony: "Much of my family has been in the service. My grandfather was in the Air Force during WWII, & my uncle served in the Vietnam War. Both recently passed away (it is believed that my uncle passed away from long-term effects of "Agent Orange" that was released as a chemical weapon on the troops in Vietnam)"
Buy Anthony's debut album on iTunes

Debbie Lee has been a leading spokesperson for the missions of U.S. troops fighting in the war on terrorism & for their families & families of the fallen. She founded a non-profit, America’s Mighty Warriors in response to her son’s last letter home. Her son, Marc Alan Lee, 28, was the first Navy Seal to lose his life in Operation Iraqi Freedom was killed 8/2/2006 in a fierce firefight while on patrol against insurgents in Ramadi, Iraq.

The Navy told Debbie that he died after single-handedly holding off the enemy as his team rescued a wounded soldier from a rooftop. During the 2-hour battle, officials informed her that Marc fired 100 ammo rounds against insurgents before he was killed. Donate at America's Mighty Warriors

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