Please join us as we remember 9/11, with two special guests – Eric “Glovebox” Glover, from the 40 cast, and Matt Kane, from Intrepid Audio Productions! Eric was kind enough to join me and share his thoughts on working in DC that day, as well as some reflections on the many things that have changed since then. Matt was kind enough to send us an audiobyte on his own reflections of the day’s events and the country’s status since then, even though he was not able to join us on the call. I definitely want to extend my heartfelt thanks to them for coming together and helping me put this project together that is very near to my heart. No words can express our gratitude to those who helped that day, from all walks of life, or to those that made the ultimate sacrifice. Not only do we remember them, but we remember the countless men and women of our armed forces, who have served since then, and our thoughts and prayers still go out to them all.
Intro – “Wish You Were Here” performed by Johnny Rzeznik and Fred Durst at “America : A Tribute To Heroes”
Break Intro – “Star Spangled Banner” sung by Jim Cornelison at the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals
Break Outro 1 – “God Bless America” sung by Ronan Tynan
Break Outro 2 – “America the Beautiful” sung by Ray Charles
Outro – “Never Let Go” by Bryan Adams
*** I understand that we do not make a habit of using a full song as intro/outro music for our podcasts, however, given the subject matter, and the intended sentiment, I felt it much more appropriate to not break up the Outro song, by Bryan Adams, from The Guardian soundtrack. It is, in my opinion, a very fitting tribute to not only the rescue swimmers that were chronicled in the movie, but for all of the unsung heroes that work in the various emergency services, the proud men and women that serve in all branches of our Armed Forces, and the “everyday” people that answered the call and became heroes on 9/11. Yes, I own legal copies of these songs, and I would highly recommend that you would support these artists with a purchase of their music, if you enjoy any of the songs. Many thanks again, to Matt Kane, who provided his own break music on the soundbyte and did an excellent job encapsulating the sentiment we intended to convey with those songs.