Letters From Home Help Save the Bomber Plant

Professional performers get in the swing to help the campaign to Save and Preserve The Willow Run Bomber Plant as the future new home of the Yankee Air Museum!

Take a well-deserved break to watch the WWII-era “Rosie the Riveter” song, performed in-costume by the Letters From Home singers! The Letters From Home singers are a singing/tap dancing bombshell duo that performs all over the country to honor our veterans and active military, by paying tribute to the spirit of the 1940s.

Letters From Home sing the Rosie the Riveter song

Singing, tap dancing bombshell duo perform the WWII “Rosie the Riveter” song to support the effort to save the historic Willow Run Bomber Plant

Currently they are appearing in Atlantic City, and will make an appearance at the upcoming Les Brown Festival in Renown, PA on April 18th. The ladies met the Save The Bomber Plant folks at Oshkosh last year, and were inspired to make this video of the 1942 Jacob Loeb-Redd Evans tune celebrating “Rosie the Riveter” in order to raise awareness and support our cause. Thank you, ladies!

You can view the YouTube video at this link. Please share the link with friends and family… these gals are seriously talented!

You can learn more about Letters From Home, including their upcoming scheduled appearances, by visiting their website.