The Journey Home Project is proud to partner with Pure Flix to sponsor the stirring new film, Do You Believe? Scheduled to hit theatres on March 20, DO YOU BELIEVE? delivers a powerful spiritual message presented by an award-winning cast. The film masterfully depicts twelve distinctly different characters on paths that will ultimately intersect and force them to answer the same foundation-shaking question: What Do You Believe?”
SEAN HANNITY AND STORME WARREN SET TO HOST STAR-STUDDED EVENT BENEFITING MILITARY FAMILIES
Tickets On-Sale Friday, Jan. 30, at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Box Office and All Ticketmaster Locations
Nashville, Tenn. (January 29, 2014) – Just when you think Charlie Daniels 40th Anniversary Volunteer Jam can't get any bigger, additional megastar performers are announced. Trace Adkins, Ted Nugent, Tracy Lawrence, Craig Morgan, Colt Ford, The Oak Ridge Boys and Michael W. Smith will all be appearing alongside the previously-announced Travis Tritt, Montgomery Gentry, Billy Ray Cyrus, The Kentucky Headhunters, The Outlaws and Lee Roy Parnell. The megastars will bind together to support the needs of American veterans through The Journey Home Project. Tickets to the once-in-a-lifetime event will be available beginning Friday, January 30 at 10 a.m. CST at the Bridgestone Arena box office and all Ticketmaster locations. Due to tremendous growth over its forty years of sell-out success, the legendary Volunteer Jam will take place for the first time at the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville on August 12, 2015 and will be hosted by Sean Hannity and Storme Warren.
Flag Presented to William Morris Endeavor's Greg Oswald;
Purchased at Benefit for Charlie Daniels' Journey Home Project
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 7, 2015) – An American flag flown over special forces base, Camp Montrond, in Bagram, Afghanistan has returned to its homeland after being purchased by William Morris Endeavor’s Greg Oswald to benefit Charlie Daniels' Journey Home Project. On December 18, the flag arrived in Music City, and was presented to Oswald in a special ceremony honoring his generous purchase to benefit Daniels’ not-for-profit organization founded to assist Veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Oswald bought the flag by silent auction at September's sold-out benefit dinner hosted by Daniels at The Palm Restaurant in downtown Nashville. He was among many music industry professionals and performers who bound together to support The Journey Home Project that night.
"It is because of great Americans like Greg Oswald that it's possible for The Journey Home Project to offer guidance and support to the men and women who have served so courageously for our country," said David Corlew, long-time manager for Charlie Daniels and co-founder of The Journey Home Project.