Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Songs for Soldiers

Take well dressed guys popping out of suitcases, the joke about putting "in bed" at the end of every sentence and some pretty impressive pipes together and you have the 1980s hit "Talk it Over" by Grayson Hugh.

Grayson Hugh, a native Connecticut son, took his album "Road to Freedom" to the top ten of Billboard Magazine in 1992. After that, he took a bit of a hiatus - but he's back. He has a new album out this month and he's coming to Stamford to let you know about it and to do some good for veterans.

On April 9th at 7pm, Grayson Hugh will be performing at the Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford. Tickets are $30 and proceeds will benefit No Vet Left Behind! - a group that provides transitional housing to homeless veterans. Come to the event where you can purchase his new album and meet the man himself. Opening act is a local talent called Superband. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance by emailing Joe at

1 comment:

Joe Gonzalez said...

Tickets will now be available at the door as well! Come out and support No Vet Left Behind and give our homeless veterans a second chance!