DOKKEN/TED NUGENT Bassist To Distribute 'Liberty' CD To Troops In Iraq

Bassist Barry Sparks (DOKKEN, TED NUGENT) has posted the following message on his official web site:

"As most of you know, on the morning of September 11, 2001 I wrote a very patriotic song titled 'Liberty'. This song is featured on my CD 'Can't Look Back' with Ted Nugent playing lead guitar. Several of my military friends/fans have encouraged me to produce and distribute a CD featuring 'Liberty' to our troops in Iraq as a gift to help boost their morale. It will also be distributed at military bases around the country during my bands performances.

"We are asking for your donations of any amount to assist with the production and distribution of the CDs to our troops. I will personally autograph all the CDs before they are distributed.

"Military (acquaintances) personnel have volunteered to assist with distribution. 100% of all donations will be applied toward production and distribution of the CDs. Your donations are greatly appreciated.

"If you wish to donate by credit/debit card, please click on the 'Make a Donation' button [at this location]. If you wish to submit a donation via check or money order, please make all checks/money orders payable to 'Aaron Chavez' (manager) and mail them to the address below:

Aaron Chavez
P.O. Box 665
Los Lunas, NM 87031

"Thank you for your support!!"

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