A complete list of those President Donald Trump has tweeted "Happy Birthday" to in 2017 includes his wife, son, three branches of the United States military and ... Lee Greenwood. "WTF" is a perfectly acceptable response.
Lee Greenwood gave one of the highlight performances at a concert to celebrate the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon (Jan. 19), delivering a stirring version of his patriotic anthem, "God Bless the USA."
Lee Greenwood is set to perform at the inauguration celebration of President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday (Jan. 19), and he doesn't understand why some other performers are so nervous about potential backlash from the event.
Lee Greenwood is perhaps best known for his powerful song 'God Bless the USA,' but when he penned the lyrics in the back of his tour bus in 1983, he likely had no idea that they would become a mantra sung at sports events and patriotic celebrations across the nation for decades to come.
Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Lee Greenwood has an expansive list of 22 studio albums, and seven compilation albums and he's adding one more to the mix. The country star will release his first-ever live album later this year.
This group of first graders weren't even an idea when the Twin Towers fell on September 11, 2001, but that doesn't stop their performance from being a touching one 11 years later. The little boy leading the chorus is 6-year-old Hunter Hayden. His rendition of Lee Greenwood's 'God Bless the USA' is inspired.