Military Inspires Joe Nichols [VIDEO]
Have you see the new music video, “The Shape I’m In” from Joe Nichols. The music video is dedicated to the men and women who are returning home from their military service and trying to get back to normal life.
Joe worked with retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell and the Boot Campaign, which is an organization dedicated to bringing awareness and gratitude to the men and women returning home from their military service. Luttrell is the author of the best selling book Lone Survivor. Luttrell’s novel not only inspired Joe but was the inspiration for the Boot Campaign as well. The video was made in partnership with both the Foundation and The Boot Campaign.
- Joe said he had an opportunity to perform for our troops stationed in the Middle East several times, and got just a small glimpse of what they deal with on an everyday basis.
The video features special appearances by Luttrell as well as Captain Chad Fleming (retired), who lost his left leg in battle and Captain Ivan Castro who was blinded by enemy fire. Be sure to check out this compelling music video and see why Joe Nichols along with many other celebrities are joining the Boot Campaign to help our nation’s troops.
About the Boot Campaign:
The “Boot Girls,” from Tyler, Texas started the Boot Campaign after reading Marcus Luttrell’s book Lone Survivor. The Boot Campaign is a way for citizens to show their gratitude and appreciation for the American military. The Boot Girls ask Americans to put their boots on during their day-to-day routine to symbolically walk in the shoes of our military men and women to remember their service and sacrifice. Proceeds from the campaign’s signature boots go towards organizations like the Lone Survivor Foundation.
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