Soldiers Renders Amazing Cover Of “Ramblin’ Man”

via The United States Army Field Band / Youtube

An incredible bunch of soldiers who performed one Allman Brothers song and blew up the internet did it the Soldier way! The amazing trio, also known as The Six-String Soldiers, has been captivating audiences with their vivacious personality and exciting talent.

The three soldiers started their energetic rendition of the popular song “Ramblin’ Man” while they were in front of a train playing their instruments in hand. They launched right into their performance, singing in unison,

“Lord, I was born a ramblin’ man/ Tryin’ to make a livin’ and doin’ the best I can/ And when it’s time for leavin’/ I hope you’ll understand/ That I was born a ramblin’ man.”

Fans were left begging for more of their contagious talent after their one-of-a-kind performance, which gave the song a fresh perspective. Fans wanted to hear more of their musical collaborations, despite the fact that their upbeat performances may have given the Army a fun vibe.

The Allman Brothers wrote “Ramblin’ Man” in 1972, and it was released as the lead single from their album Brothers and Sisters. The song, which was greatly influenced by country music, reached its peak at number two on the charts and has remained a mainstay of the band’s discography.

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