All-Star Tribute To Lee Greenwood Coming To Theaters This Fall, Featuring Jamey Johnson, Tracy Lawrence And More

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It’s that time of year again.

Obviously Lee Greenwood’s biggest hit is the patriotic anthem “God Bless the USA” (also known as “Proud to Be An American”). So with the Fourth of July weekend upon us, it’s a safe bet the song will be streamed quite a bit over the next few days out on the lake, at cookouts, during fireworks shows…the song’s pretty much inescapable this time of year.

But aside from everybody’s favorite 4th of July song, Lee also has an impressive seven #1 country hits across his long career, with songs like “Somebody’s Gonna Love You,” “Going, Going, Gone” and “Don’t Underestimate My Love For You.” And he’s also won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year for “I.O.U” back in 1984, along with an ACM Award for Top Male Vocalist and CMA Awards for Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year.

And back in 2021, an all-star lineup came together in Huntsville, Alabama to pay tribute to the hitmaker. And this fall, the concert will be hitting the big screen.

An All-Star Salute To Lee Greenwood will be premiering in theaters during a one-night only event – appropriately, over Veterans Day Weekend – and will feature performances from names like Jamey Johnson, Tracy Lawrence, Big & Rich, Lee Brice, The Oak Ridge Boys, Dustin Lynch, and many more.

As part of the the special screening, Greenwood has also teamed up with Concerts 4 A Cause to allow the public to sponsor a veteran and their guest to enjoy the live concert event as the country takes time to honor them for their service.

Speaking on the screening and the partnership supporting veterans, Greenwood said:

“The night we filmed this special I was overwhelmed and overjoyed at the same time. I couldn’t believe so many great artists came to honor my music. On top of that, my entire family sat in the front row to witness this magical evening with me. I could not have been prouder.

Now, to share that special night with veterans, first responders, and country music fans with this premiere presentation in theaters is a perfect way to celebrate my forty-year career, which has included honoring so many of them.”

To sponsor a veteran to attend the screening, folks can go to to make a donation.

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