Six-String Soldiers Perform Moving ‘God Bless The USA’ Honoring Fallen Comrades

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Does it get any better than American heroes singing country music? Performing at Honoring All Veterans Memorial in Richfield, Minnesota, the Six-String Soldiers performed a meaningful rendition of Lee Greenwood‘s “God Bless the USA.”

“What sort of person would sacrifice their life protecting our freedom?” they wrote on their Facebook page. “A hero, that’s who. God bless them and God bless the USA.”

The Six-String Soldiers are a four-member band performing in a variety of different genres who make time inbetween their busy schedules to perform in casual settings, and venues ranging from intimate stages to music festivals across the United States. The band focuses on audience interaction aiming to shares their stories and experiences as soldiers in the U.S. Army through music.

“God Bless the USA” was released by Greenwood in 1984 and has since become a symbol of American patriotism, often performed by the country singer at presidential inaugurations.

You can listen to their rendition below.