July 1, 2009
By Sgt. 1st Class Rob McIver
The Volunteers, of The United States Army Field Band, rock concert goers at Country USA, one of the nation's largest music festivals held annually in Oshkosh, Wis.
Staff Sgt. Tom Lindsey (left) and Sgt. 1st Class Pete Krasulski jam together during The Volunteers' recent performance at Country USA.
Sgt. 1st Class April Boucher sings to thousands of festival-goers at Country USA.
Master Sgt. Kirk Kadish on the keys at Country USA. Kadish considers the performance here the "best two days of my life!"
Future servicemembers from all branches soak in the experience as The Volunteers rock Country USA.
Sgt. 1st Class Pete Krasulski plays to an enormous crowd. Despite threatening weather, festival-goers came out in droves to hear The Volunteers play at Country USA.
Staff Sgt. Tom Lindsey plays intensely as The Volunteers rock the audience at Country USA. The stage manager at the venue asked the band, "What planet did this guy come from' He is amazing!"
The Volunteers seen here jamming to an upbeat tune as they wow festival goers at Country USA.
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey E. Phillips performs a mass swearing-in ceremony at Country USA in Oshkosh, Wis. More than 100 servicemembers performed their oaths of service at the event."
The Volunteers take time out to pose with a member of the acclaimed country music group, Diamond Rio.
The Volunteers pose with fans following the concert. Fans came out by the thousands to the Nation's premier country music festival in Oshkosh, Wis.
Sgt. 1st Class John Lake, Master Sgt. Kirk Kadish and Staff Sgt. Randy Wight meet with a fan following The Volunteers' performance at Country USA. Lake, the noncommissioned officer responsible for booking the band at venues all over America, is excited...
Staff Sgt. Randy Wight belts out a tune as the Volunteers entertained thousands at Country USA.
Staff Sgt. Gerald Myles provides the beat during The Volunteers' hour-long set of music at the Country USA festival in Oshkosh, Wis.