The DCC to Cheer on Troops and Their Families in Korea on USO Holiday Tour

WHAT: USO tour featuring Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders (DCC)

WHEN: Dec. 21 -30, 2010

WHERE: Korea

WHY: Busy bringing cheer and joy to troops and their families are America’s sweethearts The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, who will soon depart on their 73 USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour. As part of the week-long visit, the group will put on 6 performances, host cheerleading clinics, sign autographs and participate in meet and greets with troops and their families serving overseas in Korea.

The most traveled of USO tour veterans, the DCC has a more than 30-year history of supporting service men and women and their families. Earlier this month members from the DCC participated in the annual Sergeant Major of the Army USO Holiday tour, and extended America’s heartfelt gratitude to troops serving in the Middle East.

Toby Keith Delivers Boot-Stomping Rhythms to Troops

Megastar Toby Keith passes out guitar picks to service members and their families during an exclusive USO concert in Korea, April 29, 2010. (USO Photo by Dave Gatley)

“I’ve been traveling with the USO since 2002, and every year I look forward to spending time with the men and women who serve this great country.  When I get on stage and look out into a crowd of uniforms, it gives me a great sense of pride to know that I am giving back to them.”

That’s what award-winning singer, songwriter and entertainer Toby Keith had to say about his current four-country USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour.  He’s traveling to Korea, Germany and the Persian Gulf on his eighth USO tour. Since his first USO tour in 2002, Keith has traveled to more than 10 countries and entertained over 140,000 service men and women, many at small remote outposts.

Check out the latest pics from this tour and keep it tuned here for more Toby Keith news!

Megastar Toby Keith performs for military families in Korea as part of his eighth USO tour, April 29, 2010. (USO Photo by Dave Gatley)

Joined by singer/songwriter Scotty Emerick, Toby Keith delivers an intimate acoustic performance for troops in Korea, April 29, 2010. (USO Photo by Dave Gatley)

Military families line-up for an opportunity to meet award-winning singer/songwriter Toby Keith at the Camp Walker Kelly Gym in Korea, April 28, 2010. (USO Photo by Dave Gatley)

Singer/songwriter Toby Keith, with Scotty Emerick, put on an acoustic show at Camp Walker Kelly Gym in Korea, April 28, 2010. The duo entertained 600 military families. (USO Photo by Dave Gatley)

The Sesame Street/USO Experience Travels to Korea

(l-r) Grover, Cookie Monster, Elmo, Zoe, and Rosita dance hand-in-hand during a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at Osan Air Base in South Korea, February 12, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

(l-r) Cookie Monster, Rosita, Elmo, Zoe and Grover greet fans of all ages during a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at Osan Air Base in South Korea, February 12, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

Maj Matthew McAlister reads a Sesame Street book with his daugher Chloe, 5, before the start of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. McAlister is originally from Sough Paris, Maine. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

The children of service members scream and wave as the muppets came onstage during a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

Elmo look-alike Jackson Pack, 22 mos, eagerly awaits the start of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. Jackson attended the show with his father Sgt Jaon Pack from Rock Hill, South Carolina. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

(l-r) Cookie Monster, Zoe, Rosita, Elmo and Grover pose for a photo with audience members in the background following a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

Zoe greets a young fan in the audience during a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

Service members and their families fill the gym in anticipation of the start of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Yongsan in South Korea, February 10, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

The children of US service members scream and wave as Elmo took to the stage at the start of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Humphreys in South Korea February 9, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)

(l-r muppets) Grover, Cookie Monster, Rosita, Elmo and Zoe pose for a photo with service members and their children following a performance of the USO/Sesame Street Experience for Military Families at USAG Humphreys in South Korea February 9, 2010. (USO PHOTO BY FRED GREAVES)