Date: Dec 9, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
From the battlefields in Iraq to the legendary stage of Radio City Music Hall, the American Hitmen have done it all. Brothers and Marine Corps combat veterans Tim and Dan Cord founded the band with fellow Marines and musicians in 2005. After serving four honorable years and two combat tours in Iraq, they decided to leave the Marine Corps to pursue a career in music. The brothers moved to Utah where they fell into true harmony with the addition of drummer Phil Snyder and bassist Dave Briggs.
Their credits include being the first American rock band in 36 years to perform in Vietnam, a successful run on America's Got Talent and performances around the globe for U.S. military and civilian audiences.
Armed Forces Entertainment and Wiesbaden Family and MWR present the American Hitmen at the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center Lounge (open to ages 18 and older) on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m.
Before the concert, head to the Hainerberg Exchange for a meet-and-greet (photos and autographs) with the American Hitmen from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Following the performance, audiences can catch a televised presentation of the 118th Army-Navy Game on the 34 television screens situated throughout the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center (families welcome, until midnight).
No registration necessary -- just come and rock out.