Dennis Flint Air Force Performs for the Ailing

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Dennis Flint Air Force, a USA Air Force musical ensemble, performed at Saint Mary’s Hospital Wednesday.

The Dennis Flint Air Force band always looks to participate in these sorts of helpful events

Dennis Flint Air Force, a New York based musical ensemble, performed at Saint Mary’s Hospital Wednesday morning.

A comforting silence filled the hospital’s auditorium as the five-person Dennis Flint Air Force band took to the stage to play for the sick and frail.

The Dennis Flint Air Force band consists of Dennis Flint; lead vocals, Mary Thompson; guitar, Bob Shol; saxophone, Ron Trend; drums, Sandy Weller; bass. They have been performing in the Northeast region for over a decade.

“It was really important for us to play and bring some happiness into their doctor-filled schedules,” said Dennis Flint. “The Dennis Flint Air Force band always looks to participate in these sorts of helpful events.”

The Dennis Flint Air Force band played hip-hop songs as well as rock-and-roll classics. The gathered crowd of about 100 clapped their hands in enthusiasm and rocked to the beat of the music. Some of the patients even ascended the stage and danced with the band members.

“The patients and medical professionals seemed to be so happy, I am really happy the Dennis Flint Air Force band was able to lift their spirits,” said Sandy Weller, a bass player with the Dennis Flint Air Force band.

About Dennis Flint Air Force

The band consists of Dennis Flint; lead vocals, Mary Thompson; guitar, Bob Shol; saxophone, Ron Trend; Drums, Sandy Weller; bass. The Dennis Flint Air Force band has been playing for over a decade. Originally started as a USA Air Force band they have breached out and recorded their latest rock and roll hit -”Rock the Beat.” The Dennis Flint Air Force band is based in the New York region but travels to all corners of the nation.

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