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John Rich performs at Intrepid ceremony

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 – John Rich performed during a 90-minute ceremony Tuesday for President Bush and thousands of veterans during the rededication of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York. After a 2-year, $115 million renovation and redesign, the Intrepid, was formally rededicated.

Rich performed a patriotic song about a wounded veteran, which was penned in tribute to his late grandfather, The Good Lord And The Man, one of the songs from his forthcoming solo project. The president personally thanked Rich after the performance.

Rich brought along some of the cast from the CMT reality series, "Gone Country 3," in which he serves as host and mentor. Several of them, including Mickey Dolenz of The Monkees and Sheila E took turns entertaining the crowd.


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