“Some Peace On Earth” destined to become classic
Thank you for your service, and yes with tears, this should become a classic.
Originally posted on The Radio Patriot:
My Surfin’ Safari column this week at WND features a song and video destined to be a classic. SOME PEACE ON EARTH was created as a holiday greeting to honor veterans and the men and women currently serving in our armed forces.
According to the song’s producer/director and publisher Justin Wilde, “Some Peace On Earth” was inspired by the work done by the Wreaths Across America organization and Jim Varhegyl’s photos of the “Wreaths In the Snow” at Arlington National Cemetery that went viral on the internet in 2007. Wilde was so moved by the photos, he believed there should be an accompanying song, so he asked two of his best writers to come up with one. Nine months later, Phillip Keveren’s lush melody and Steve Hostetler poignant lyric blended perfectly to create this patriotic holiday anthem which pays tribute to the United States military, and especially for those who…
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