The poem, the song, and the place to honor their sacrifice.

The poem,
the song, and the place to honor their sacrifice.
Thang Country announces that multi-award winning country music artist
Richard Lynch, (
of Waynesville, Ohio has recently established the non-profit Love
Tattoo Foundation to raise awareness and financial assistance for
wounded veterans. The singer of, “The Last of A Dying Breed”
believes that as we enjoy our freedoms we must always remember those
who have sacrificed so much. Through their service, dedication and
valor, our Veterans have earned our respect and support. Many
Veterans bare the marks of their service with physical and emotional
scars and we have an obligation to assist them wherever possible.
The name
Love Tattoo was inspired by a poem written by law enforcement officer
Chuck Brisbin to honor a Veteran who returned home from Afghanistan
severely disfigured. Chuck brought his heartfelt poem to Richard and
asked if it could be put to music and perhaps used in a way as to
assist our wounded heroes. After working on the song and feeling the
emotion it generated, Richard knew it was destined to take on a life
of its own, and the Love Tattoo Foundation was born,
This foundation recognizes that the horror of war and military
service do not end with a tour of duty. Countless Veterans tell
stories of ostracism and further wounding when they return home. Many
feel they have nowhere to turn, and that is unacceptable.
A primary
beneficiary from the Foundations activities will be the unique WilWin
Lodge in Trout Lake, Michigan (
Previously used as a lumbering operation, WilWin sits on 600
beautiful, wooded acres with over ten miles of groomed trails for
hiking, riding, four wheeling, and biking. The property consist of a
lodge, which will accommodate fifteen guests, a pavilion and
caretakers cabin. A full commercial kitchen is also available in the
conference/recreation center. Veterans with physical and emotional
disabilities along with their families will be warmly welcomed for
rest, relaxation and some quiet rehabilitation.
official launch of The Foundation comes with the world wide radio
release of “Love Tattoo”, which is available for download at all
major digital stores. The release will be followed by a major
Michigan Legion Riders ride in and Richard Lynch concert in July 2015
at the Kewadin Casino in Sault Ste Marie, Michigan to benefit The
WilWin Lodge.
and other considerations provided by Farm Bureau Insurance of
Michigan and The American Legion Department of Michigan.
TATTOO is a 501(C)(3) charity, gifts are tax-deductable as allowed by
state and federal law.

Related Posts

Radio Live Show Playlist June 15th

Tune In 24/7 to Country Music News International Radio Show

Country Music News International Newsletter

Here is your Country Music News & Bluegrass Music News of the week

Billie Jo Jones on Country Music News International Radio Show

June 22th interviewed by Big Al Weekley!

Radio Live Show Playlist June 10th

Tune In 24/7 to Country Music News International Radio Show

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *