‘Coal Keeps the Lights On’ From Kentucky Marine Vet

Posted by on July 10, 2013
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jimmyroseJimmy Rose, a 32 year old Marine Veteran from Kentucky stunned the audience of America’s Got Talent with an original song, “Coal Keeps the Lights On”. Jimmy grew up in Pineville, Kentucky working in the coal mines, then served in the Marines with a tour of duty in Iraq. His service is to be applauded, but his country sound and Kentucky roots make him a class act as well.

Rose’s song about just how important coal is to a town and community, but also America is a great way to argue against President Obama’s war on coal. We know how Obama’s climate adviser Daniel P. Schrag feels about coal as he said, “A war on coal is exactly what’s needed.” Although, global temperatures have been steady for the last 15 years or so even with the amount of carbon dioxide, President Obama wants to bankrupt coal powered plants.

Jimmy Rose performed a great song that truly hits home with many Americans who have grown up relying on this resource as a way of life and a way to power this great country.

“I wrote “Coal Keeps The Lights On” as a way of supporting my hometown.” – Jimmy Rose

Jimmy impressed all of the judges on the panel to say the least and moved on in the competition.

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