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Doug Briney Stages Online Concert Event For Wounded Warriors
On Tuesday, June 12th, Country music artist Doug Briney will perform a live online concert at Stageit.com, to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
Doug has a personal connection to the US Armed Forces, as his father and grandfather served before him in the Korean War and WWII, respectively. His son, Douglas Briney III is currently serving in the Air Force at Andrews Air Base Hospital in Washington, DC. It is through his son's work with wounded soldiers that Doug became involved with the Wounded Warriors Project.
"Doug is truly one of the 'Good guys in white," says Michael Stover, head of MTS Management Group. "He is not only a talented artist, but it's what he does with his talent to help others, that is truly an inspiration. I hope that everyone will reserve their ticket now and then, give generously on the night of the show. Let's help Doug help our heroes...the wounded warriors."
Doug Briney is an up-and-coming country artist from Anchorage, AK. His single, "More Than Just a Farm" is currently in the Top 10 of two independent charts, while receiving international airplay. His debut album, "It's All Country" has received critical acclaim since it's release in March. For more information on Doug Briney, please visit www.dougbriney.com.
Stageit.com is an online venue that allows musicians to stream exclusive LIVE concerts to fans. The vibe is incredibly intimate often featuring performers playing from their homes, directly from their laptop. Fans can pre-purchase credits, or "notes" which can be used to purchase tickets for any show and to tip performers during the events. For more information, please visit www.stageit.com.
The Wounded Warrior Project's purpose, according to their website, is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members; To help injured service members aid and assist each other; and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members. For more information, please visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org.