How to see country music star John Rich's charity concert for veterans in Ohio


Manage episode 304893199 series 2859893
By 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Country music star John Rich is coming to Ohio to perform a charity concert for veterans with missing limbs. Rich, of Big & Rich and Lonestar, talks with our Stephanie Haney on this week's 3 Things to Know podcast about why he's so honored to headline the November 10 event organized by the Travis Mills Foundation. The Travis Mills Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides mental health services, physical support and opportunities for entertainment for "recalibrated veterans," meaning military members who lost limbs in combat. The foundation was founded by Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, a "recalibrated veteran" himself, who is one of only five veterans to have lost all four limbs in Iraq and survive. Rich will be joined at the show at the Lorain Palace Theater by the family of US Navy Corpsman Maxton Soviak, who was killed in action in the recent attack on the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan, and former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar. Rich also shares how you can meet him and Kosar at the show, and talks his many other projects, from his TV show on Fox Business Network to his American whiskey, Redneck Riviera. Plus, Stephanie shares what you Need to Know in NEO to catch John Legend in concert this week, and why Staff Sergeant Mills A Good Follow on Instagram. Get tickets to the charity concert here, with donations up to $500,000 being matched by Dave and Sophie Mortach: Need to Know in NEO: How to see John Legend in concert this week A Good Follow: SSgt Travis Mills on Instagram Connect with Stephanie Haney here:

58 episodes