NASHVILLE, TN Wednesday Aug.30.2006 /netmusiccountdown.com/ --
While performing in Nevada recently, Columbia Nashville's Trent Willmon had an opportunity to visit Nellis Air Force Base and the VA hospital there. Colonel Alley, Commander of the 99th Medical Group, greeted Trent and two
members of Four Finger Nate, Beau and Arlo, to guide them on the tour.
They were able to sit in a Thunderbird airplane cockpit replica which Trent said was a "tiny box." The guys performed and signed autographs for the
appreciative patients at the VA hospital. Col. Alley presented Trent with a thank you plaque commemorating his visit which expressed the Base's appreciation for Trent's "morale visits supporting our men and women in
the Air Force." Trent called the visit an "incredible opportunity."
Look for Trent to be featured in the September issue of American Cowboy magazine. Trent's new single, "So Am I," went for radio ads last week.
Of the single, music critic Robert K. Oermann wrote, "romance below the poverty line has never sounded so celebratory."
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