Few things get people as choked up as military reunions, and this one is no different. One look at this video, and you'll realize that all the little things we worry about on a daily basis really aren't worth the stress.
The 26th Annual 'TET Reunion' honoring all Veterans, is scheduled for Saturday, February 2nd starting at 12:00 noon at the Taylor County Expo center. All Veteransand their families are welcomed, and encouraged to bring their photo's and memorabilia from their era of service. The TET reunion was started by Vietnam Vets but is open to all Vets, no matter the era of service. There will be food, drink
Rumors set the woods alight, and the fire around Pink Floyd has begun. According to the London Evening Standard, the legendary band’s surviving members will reunite to close out the London 2012 Olympics.
In 2007, when Led Zeppelin performed a one-off show at London’s O2, fans began buzzing about the “what ifs” and the possibilities of a full-blown reunion of the band. Unfortunately, singer Robert Plant laid those dreams to rest when he bowed out of signing up for a full-scale reunion tour with his former bandmates.
If Robert Plant were to run into his 25-year-old self, he says he’d tell that young man to take as many chances and risks as he can. “Because if you’re just a singer for the sake of it, it’s not quite enough.”
As John Fogerty gears up to perform entire classic Creedence Clearwater Revival albums from start to finish at select solo concerts in November, he continues to ponder the possibility of someday reuniting with surviving CCR members Stu Cook and Doug Clifford.
Tony Iommi has finally admitted that there may indeed once again be a Black Sabbath reunion. In an interview with Metro.uk, the guitar legend, genre creator and now author, said that his relationship with original lead singer Ozzy Osbourne these days is good: “We’ve had our ups and downs in the past but it’s been blown out of proportion.”