The Franklin High Combined Choir is singing for the Wounded Warriors Project.
As part of the 2019 Hope for the Holidays benefit album, the choir spent the day at the Ocean Way Recording Studio in Nashville. The group recorded a feature song for the album with a special guest, US Marine Corp veteran and Wounded Warriors Project spokesperson Sal Gonzalez.
“Performing in the space where artists like Bon Jovi, Paul Simon, Brad Paisley, Train, Beyonce, NoDoubt and many more have recorded some of the biggest hits of our time was a once in a lifetime experience,” said FHS chorale director Angela Beale. “However, the greatest honor of the day was knowing we were afforded the opportunity to lift our voices in support of the men and women who have fought so courageously to protect our nation and our freedoms.”
When the album is released, all proceeds will go toward the Wounded Warriors Project.