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Pink Invites Veteran Onstage For Duet, Reveals His Full Identity And Sends Crowd Wild.

Pink, the American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor, was born Alecia Beth Moore on September 8, 1979, and started her solo career when LaFace Records spotted her potential and gave her a recording deal. Her first studio album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” was published in 2000 and went double platinum in the United States, producing two Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles: “There You Go” and “Most Girls.”

And she hasn’t stopped since. Pink is one of today’s most popular singers, having become a household name after selling millions of records worldwide. She has tremendous skill, both in her recorded work and in her live appearances. She never fails to wow her audiences, and sometimes she gives them a surprise that they will remember.

Such was the situation for a New York audience when Pink revealed she had recruited a special guest to sing a duet with her onstage. She soon disclosed that the mysterious man was a Vietnam veteran, and the two would be performing the ideal song.

But this guy was much more to Pink than a military member; he was her father, and he had composed the song they were about to sing. Pink addressed the crowd by saying that her father was her first rock star. She is who she is as a result of him. She said that her father composed “I Have Seen The Rain” while in Vietnam, and that the song was a soldier’s cry.

The first time her dad’s ever performed in front of a group is going to be right now, Pink remarked affectionately as her dad, Jim Moore, approached the stage for the first time ever alongside his daughter to play his song in front of a group.

The unexpected announcement, naturally, made the audience go crazy, who recognized they were seeing history being made. The enthralling duet, which featured a proud Jim and an emotional Pink, has captivated viewers ever since—and it’s easy to see why.

Jim Moore, as a soldier abroad decades before, could never have dreamed that the song he was creating would one day be included as a secret track on one of his daughter’s CDs. Then, for her to invite him onstage to play beside her must have been the finest present a parent could get, generating a moment he’ll cherish for the rest of his life.

Their incredible performance demonstrated that ability runs in the family. The father-daughter combo delivered an incredible rendition of the veteran’s profoundly moving lyrics while serving his nation in Vietnam, harmonizing beautifully.

Pink decided to celebrate her dad since she attributes her career, love of music, and role as an idol to him. He’s been her constant companion her entire life. He’s battled monsters in her closet, monsters posing as administrators in school buildings—one name it, she wrote in a love homage to her father. Without hesitation, he has taken on the world for and alongside her. He made her feel significant. He persuaded her that she was worthy of love. He taught her to do everything herself. And when there was no one else around, he taught her to love herself. Despite teaching her to do it all, he was always prepared to be in her corner when she needed him.

Pink recalled a terrible night when she found herself sobbing alone in a hotel room. She called her father, who arrived immediately. He hopped on a train, no questions asked, and was in her room three hours later, she said, remembering how she could always rely on her dad when things went bad. She thanks her stars for this guy, that he was strong enough not just to face his own demons but hers too, and now her kids.

It’s hardly strange that the dad who battled demons heroically for his daughter also fought for his nation. A dedicated soldier who became a dedicated parent. What a fantastic example of what a guy should be. In honor of Vietnam veteran Jim Moore, we tell his story and express our gratitude for the amazing daughter he raised and his devotion to our country. Sir, you did an excellent job.

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