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Terrie Frankel & Jennie Frankel | Vietnam USO Folk Song 1968

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Vietnam USO Folk Song 1968 on You Tube, sung live at Davy Jones Locker, Outrigger Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Vietnam USO Folk Song 1968

by Terrie Frankel & Jennie Frankel

This original folk song was composed in 1969 after Terrie and her twin sister Jennie returned from performing with a USO Show in Vietnam. It captures and highlights the emotions and feelings of our Vietnam soldiers.
Genre: Folk: Political
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Helen Reddy says, "Terrie Frankel is one of the most underrated song writers in the U.S." Terrie has been writing music since she was in her teens. From capturing Dorothy Parker's life with Dorothy Parker's Room Enough For Two, to writing a best selling book, "You'll Never Make Love In This Town Again", Terrie's writings focus on social issues of the day. This particular song, Vietnam USO Folk Song 1968 was composed in 1969 after she and her twin sister, Jennie, returned from performing with the USO in Vietnam. The song depicts the sadness of war and the life and death situations the soldiers found themselves in while serving in an unpopular war that took the lives of over 58,000 American servicemen.... Terrie received an award from the Vietnam Veterans of America, August 9th, 2014 for her continuing service to Veterans. The Presidents Award for Excellence in Arts and Entertainment was previously given to such noted celebrities as: Raquel Welch, Nancy Sinatra, Vicki Carr, Johnny Rivers, Twyla Tharp and Bob Hope. http://www.sedonasevenarcheslive.com/terrie-s-uso---veteran-connection.html

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