Home of the "United States Military Women" tribute song,
Lisa Whitaker is a singer/songwriter/musician from Lakeland, Florida.
She started singing on stage with her parent's band at age 3.
She joined the band at age 12 and has been performing professionally ever since.
Besides singing, she plays keyboards, bass guitar, drums, rhythm guitar and mandolin.
She wrote a song as a tribute to women in the United States Military.
The song is called "Soldier Girl".
She and her family flew out to Branson, Missouri and taped a live performance of the song for "The Shotgun Red Variety Show", which airs on RFD-TV. (Dish-Channel 231 Direct TV-345)
She has since filmed a "music video tribute" honoring United States Women in Military.
Visit our online store to pick up your copies today! While you're there, check out The Soldier Girl Bundle package. It's an autographed audio CD, as well as a DVD of the video and a Soldier Girl Cloth Doll and when you purchase this package, a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit "The Wounded Warrior Project"
Thanks and God Bless Our Troups!