The United States Air Force Band, Wild Blue Country, will offer a free concert on Sunday, March 23 in the Washington Theater at Patterson Park at 2:00 PM. Robert Rickman has more...
A favorite in country music circles, Wild Blue Country has regularly been featured on the Grand Ole Opry and television shows like Nashville Now and Opry Back Stage. They have appeared with country recording artists such as Charlie Daniels, Conway Twitty, Boxcar Willie, Hank Williams, Jr., Louise Mandrell, Reba McEntire, Roger Miller, Ray Price, “Whispering” Bill Anderson, Mickey Gilley and Brent Mason just to name a few. Wild Blue Country has also appeared live on “Good Morning America” with special guest Ronan Tynan as well as many other TV and radio shows around the country. As a favorite of military and civilian audiences alike, Wild Blue Country continues to captivate and entertain audiences through their worldwide appeal. Robert Rickman, WGNS news.
The United States Air Force Academy Band proudly represents the Air Force Academy as the leading educational institution developing and inspiring air and space leaders of character with a vision for tomorrow. As one of eleven Air Force bands, the Academy Band maintains a rigorous performance schedule in support of Cadet and Air Force troop morale, recruiting and community outreach. For over 50 years, the Academy Band has used the power of music to inspire Air Force personnel and the nation they serve, produce innovative musical programs and products, and communicate Air Force excellence to millions around the globe.
The USAF Academy Band appears on behalf of Lieutenant General Michelle D. Johnson, Superintendent, USAF Academy. All performances are free and open to the public.