Jerrod Niemann / On TV

TUNE IN: Jerrod Niemann Salutes Our Armed Forces in Fisher House Special

Jerrod Niemann

Just in time for Memorial Day, Country hitmaker Jerrod Niemann is saluting our troops by hosting the eighth annual Fisher House radio special, THE GIFT, which is set to air across the nation on a multitude of stations throughout the holiday weekend. 

Over the course of two hours, Niemann helps familiarize listeners with the Fisher House Foundation– an organization that has managed to help hundreds of thousands of military and veterans’ families by providing homes around the world where they can stay, free-of-charge, while their loved ones are in the hospital. 

The special, which features hits by several Country superstars including Luke Bryan, Niemann, Keith Urban and more, also gives listeners a peek into just how much relief the foundation is able to provide, through conversation with its President and CEO, Ken Fisher, as well as an emotional testimony from a veteran and his wife, who experienced Fisher House’s blessings first-hand.

In addition to hearing the details of the incredible organization, listeners will also learn the story behind Niemann’s latest patriotic ballad, “Old Glory,” which was inspired by his multiple USO tours and the sacrifices our service members and their families make every single day. 

Fans are encouraged to check their local listings to find out when and where they can tune into THE GIFT.

Niemann is currently out on his TALLBOYS AND SHORT STORIES TOUR and is also set to perform on Budweiser’s Forever Country Stage during CMA Fest in Nashville, TN, on June 8.

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe NOW and NEVER miss the latest country music news!

Share this country music news with friends:
Tags: , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.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


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe NOW and NEVER miss the latest country music news!