The country singer will conduct an entertainment for the U.S. troops stationed in the Southwest Asia region.
Trace Adkins is giving back to the community by scheduling another concert in Persian Gulf to entertain the U.S. troops who are serving their nation. The country crooner had visited the U.S. army base camp in 2002 and received a USO Merit Award last year but is looking forward to return for a tour and performance.
"I'm really humbled by the opportunity to spend more time with our nation's finest," Adkins said. "This is such an honor for me to be able to visit with our military and tell them how much we truly appreciate all the sacrifices they make for our country and our freedom." No specific time frame has been mentioned but it is known that the trip will be sponsored by USO and Armed Forces Entertainment.
In the mean time, Adkins is hard at work for his new studio album which is yet untitled. "Muddy Water" will be the first single from the set which reportedly will be out on November 25.