U.S. Marine Mike Corrado Raises Awareness For Wounded Warriors


Mike Reveals Latest Single and Video, “Still In The Fight”

Proceeds to benefit USO Wounded Warrior Family Centers

(Nashville, Tenn. – Aug. 31, 2011) Active-duty U.S. Marine and multi-genre artist Mike Corrado is raising public awareness for wounded service members with his latest single and video, titled “Still In The Fight.”

A nationally recognized singer-songwriter (featured on CNN, ABC, CBS and in Rolling Stone magazine) Corrado wrote “Still In The Fight” as a way to draw attention to the struggles many service men and women face after being wounded in combat.  Proceeds from the song benefit the USO’s Wounded Warrior Family Centers initiative.  Visit www.uso.org/woundedwarriors to donate or learn more.

Mike Corrado playing guitar sitting on a rocky beach

U.S. Marine and musician Mike Corrado

The “Still In The Fight” video features Marines who were wounded in combat during recent tours in Afghanistan or Iraq; veteran Corporal Aaron Mankin, veteran Master Sergeant William “Spanky” Gibson and Lance Corporal Kyle Carpenter.  Also featured in the emotionally charged video is the artwork of Marines and combat illustrators Robert Bates and Michal Fay.  Gerard Elmore, who directed Corrado’s 2010 video, “Stand,” also directed “Still In The Fight,” due to be released in early September.
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