Seether at Aviano Air Force Base. (Photo by Beth Caporaletti)
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PHOTOS: Troops Rock With Seether in Italy, Turkey

Monday, March 26, 2012

The South African rock group Seether reaffirmed its commitment to America's troops and their families by performing concerts in Italy and Turkey to show their gratitude for the sacrifices they make in the service of the United States.

Before the trip, Seether shared their thoughts on their third USO tour and what performing for our nation's servicemen and women means to them and as you can see from these photos and ones that are posted on the USO Seether Flickr page, their passion comes out on stage. 

* See more images on our Seether Tour Flickr set. 


Members of the rock group Seether pose for a group photo backstage at Aviano Air Force Base, Italy, on March 23. From left to right, Dale Stewart, Shaun Morgan and John Humphrey traveled to the region as part of their third USO tour. During the trip, the group visited troops in Turkey and Italy.



The band poses with members of the 31st Security Forces Squadron at Aviano Air Force Base. Hundreds of troops and their families came out for the free USO concert and enjoyed the amazing, high energy performance that Seether is known for.


The guys take the stage at Aviano Air Force Base. Lead singer Shaun Morgan (far left) said: "Touring with the USO and spending time with our men and women in uniform never gets old. No matter how busy we become or how many days we are out on the road -- we will always find time to volunteer with the USO and extend our thanks to troops and their families."



Seether broke away from their Time of My Life Tour with 3 Doors Down to extended America's gratitude and spread cheer. In all, the multi-platinum rock band visited and entertained more than 1,000 airman, soldiers and their families stationed at Incirlik Air Base, Aviano Air Base and Camp Darby.


* Find more images of Seether and the troops on our Flickr set. 

* Read our recent Q&A with Seether. 

USO Photos by Beth Caporaletti / Produced by Christian Pelusi 

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