Among Cochran's extensive work on behalf of the military were recent appearances at schools on behalf of "America's Huey 091 Education Foundation" which focuses on teaching students about history and citizenship. Speaking to students, Cochran stressed that our freedoms are precious and should never be taken for granted. He also spoke about the loss of his friend and fellow Marine, Corporal Ron Payne, during combat in Afghanistan. In addition to "Friday Night Fireside," his fast-rising debut single and video, Cochran's debut album features the moving ballad "When a Hero Falls," dedicated to his fallen friend and all those who pay the ultimate price for our freedoms. Click here to read more
Recently, Bob played an acoustic set for the troops returning from Iraq at the Forever Free Freedom Fest in Mckinney,Texas. Other performers included Nashville recording artists Stephen Cochran and Matt Snook.
On Forever Free
"I wrote this song for those in the military and I’m the one who feels honored to be playing here today and sending ‘Forever Free’ out to members of the military and their family members."