Elliot Yamin USO
(PR) Former American Idol Finalist and Hickory Records recording artist Elliott Yamin is scheduled to welcome home Navy Troops from the U.S.S. Boxer (LHD4) on June 15th at their North Island Naval Base in San Diego, California. Yamin will have the opportunity to thank the Navy personnel for their service to this country after just returning from Iraq where they have served a double extended deployment.
During this day, Yamin will have lunch with the troops and will also participate in a meet and greet with military personnel and their families. He will also sign copies of his debut self-titled CD Elliott Yamin and photos.
Visiting The North Island Naval base will be a unique and wonderful opportunity, stated Yamin. I have so much admiration for men and women that service this country and the courage and strength that they possess. I look forward to being able to spend some time with them all and hear some of their stories while I visit the base.
Elliott Yamin is currently on his first solo U.S. tour in support of his debut self-titled CD, which was released on March 20, 2007. Elliott Yamin entered the Billboard charts at #3, making him the highest new artist debut on an independent label in soundscan history. The CD also debuted at #1 on the Billboard Independent charts (where it remains) and #2 on the Billboard R&B charts. His CD is now #13 on media base and #13 on the BDS charts.
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