Trace Adkins’ Independence Day ‘Still A Soldier’ Performance Ignites Washington D.C.

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Taking to our nation’s capital, this longstanding country music legend unleashed one of the most powerful and patriotic performances ever heard during the annual ‘A Capitol Fourth’ celebration. 

Trace Adkins is known for his incredible baritone voice, deeply patriotic views, and unprecedented music – and this one-of-a-kind performance pulled all three together in a way nobody else could. 

For America’s 241st birthday, Adkins was joined on stage directly in front of the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. by many members of the Armed Forces while he performed a patriotic song from his new album, “Still a Soldier”.

Starring on his impressive new album, Something’s Going On, Adkins’ powerful anthem to our nation’s veterans is a reminder of the incredible support he’s always shown for the service members that fight tirelessly for our freedom.

The song tells about the life of an American veteran and his deep-seated connection to life as a soldier, even though he’s currently living a civilian life.

“Comes home at night to a pretty wife
With a baby due
He’ll sleep in on Saturday
Cut the grass if it don’t rain
After church he’ll watch the game
And have a beer or two”

This incredible salute to our devoted service members on the 4th of July is one of the best performances you will ever see, and we are so glad to be able to share it with you! 

Check out Trace Adkins singing “Still a Soldier” for ‘A Capitol Fourth’ in the video below! 

If you haven’t gotten your copy of his top-selling new album, head on over here to get your copy of Something’s Going On, which includes “Still a Soldier”. 

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