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SPECIAL GUEST - LAURA BRYNA

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Country pop star Laura Bryna is proud to join “United Stations Radio Network’s” new country music station “Serving Your Country.” The singer/songwriter is excited to put a new spin on things by showcasing her assortment of talents on the station that Radio Ink Magazine voted as the “Best Country Station in America.”
 
Bryna will co-host several segments of “Serving Your Country” each week and will also deliver requests and interact with listeners. As the celebrity spokesperson for the Air National Guard (ANG) over the past several years, this is not Bryna’s first foray into helping the Armed Service men and women of America. Bryna has gone beyond just being a spokesperson for the ANG by not only visiting several bases, but recording a music video, “Hometown Heroes,” with the participation of the ANG.
 
Bryna was first thrust into the country music scene following the release of her smash hit “Make A Wish” from her album “Trying to Be Me”, which went on to become the official theme song for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Since the release, Bryna has maintained a busy schedule, touring across the country and appearing on such shows as “Hannity’s Great American Panel.”
 
Next on Laura’s plate is the release of her new album and her performance at the “Homeward Bound Heroes” Benefit Concert took place May 2013. The Benefit Concert was headlined by respected broadcast legend Larry King, and an assortment of other talent, who accompanied the wounded soldiers. Bryna states that it is “an honor"  to be able to use her talents to bring attention and funding to wounded soldiers and their families.
 

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