Gary Sinise's Lt. Dan Band coming to Ft. Huachuca - Tucson News Now

Gary Sinise's Lt. Dan Band coming to Ft. Huachuca

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SIERRA VISTA (Tucson News Now) - Back in March, actor Gary Sinise brought his musical group to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson.  Now the star of CSI: NY is coming back and taking the show to Ft. Huachuca this Sunday.

The USO tour begins at 3 p.m. at Warrior/Sentinel Field on Sunday, Nov. 3.  Sinise and his 11-member band are thanking troops and their families in Arizona with their first-ever performance here.

Formed in 2004, Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band haveparticipated in 60 USO tours, 145 USO events and enhanced the lives of some 269,000 troops and their families stationed throughout the U.S., as well as in Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Belgium and Afghanistan, among other locations.

Sinise founded the Gary Sinise Foundation in 2010, which is dedicated to serving the Nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders,and those in need. 

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