Tonight, we’ll be showing our support for the Wounded Warrior Project with a benefit show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. We’d like to thank all of you coming to the show tonight for supporting this incredibly worthwhile program. Its mission is to provide tools for veterans injured in battle: education, advocacy, physically demanding challenges and family support—so that these men and women can not only survive, but thrive. It’s an incredibly inspiring organization filled with courageous people. We encourage you to visit their website (www.woundedwarriorproject.org) to read their stories and give whatever you can.
We’ll be performing new, unreleased songs from our forthcoming album, so we’re asking that people attending the concert leave all recording devices (including cell phones) in your car—as no recording will be allowed inside the venue. Thanks.
This was the best concert I have ever attended. I have seen you guys 5 times before, and countless other bands….but last nights show was the best! Thank you for playing for over 2.5 hours and creating such wonderful music.
Please continue to be all around good folks, doing a lovely job, playing enjoyable rockin’ good music.
All at once.
I agree with you 100%. It was the best concert I have ever attended. I love their music! They are truly artists. Their new music is so beautiful. I can’t wait to buy their third album. Best band out there right now.
I am a student in psychology with an emphasis on new treatment methods for vets with PTSD. I appreciate your contribution to this cause. Aside from the wonderful music you provide, you have a great big heart and I am increasingly impressed with each member of ATE. Thank you!
From a non-wounded warrior, thank you immensely.
My active duty husband and I saw you perform at a small show in Frankfurt Germany while we were stationed at Ramstein, Air Base. We love you guys! Thank you so much for your support. Keep up the excellent work, both with the music and with dedicating time our troops! Bravo!
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