Lee Greenwood gave one of the highlight performances at a concert to celebrate the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon (Jan. 19), delivering a stirring version of his patriotic anthem, "God Bless the USA."
Lee Greenwood is perhaps best known for his powerful song 'God Bless the USA,' but when he penned the lyrics in the back of his tour bus in 1983, he likely had no idea that they would become a mantra sung at sports events and patriotic celebrations across the nation for decades to come.
Every year on September 11, Americans pause to reflect on the tragic 2001 terrorist attacks that changed the country forever. In 2012, as the U.S. reflects on the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attack in New York City, one man will be resting his voice after belting out the words to 'God Bless the USA' 911 times. That's right: A Utah resident has attempted to sing Lee Greenwood's hit song 911 times
The principal at a Coney Island, NY elementary school is under fire from both parents and some members of the community after she banned the kids from singing Lee Greenwood’s patriotic anthem ‘God Bless the USA’ at a kindergarten graduation.
But you won’t believe what she says they can sing.