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More Tribute to the Troops on 'RFC'

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Stacee Lawson of the new Huntington band The Under Social performs at the recent Tribute to the Troops II benefit at St. Albans City Park. See performances by The Under Social and more acts from the concert in the latest "Radio Free Charleston" episode.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Special coverage of an August benefit concert continues this week on "Radio Free Charleston," the second of three episodes of the web program devoted to the recent Tribute to the Troops II show. See the program at the PopCult blog at week ago, Wood Boys Music brought the all-day, all-ages benefit show to the St. Albans City Park Amphitheater, with proceeds going to The Wounded Warrior Project and The National Guard Foundation. This week's slice of the show features music from Breedlove, The Under Social, Remains Unnamed and Johnny Compton. There's also a short film about The Wounded Warrior Project.
The metal vets Remains Unnamed perform their new original song, "Flatline." The Under Social, a new band featuring Huntington's Stacee Lawson, performs "Shadow of Your Love." And Breedlove does the song, "Every Dog Has Its Day." The show wraps up with Johnny Compton's powerful acoustic rendition of "Highway Song."Next week, "RFC" finishes up its coverage of the benefit concert with Deck of Fools, Point of Jerus and more from In The Company of Wolves and HarraH (who were seen on the first installment).
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