Tour Dates 2002

Aug.6 Los Angeles, Riverside,to Phoenix/Scottsdale AZ
Aug.7 Flagstaff ,Gallup, Tucumcari , NM
Aug.8 Amarillo, Shamrock TX, Oklahoma City OK
Aug.9 Fort Smith, Little Rock AR, Memphis TN
Aug.10 Jackson TN Bellemeade TN
Aug. 10 Fly to Los Angeles

Aug. 11. Culver City CA
Aug. 12. 16 Los Angeles Area
Aug. 16 9-11 Commemoration Los Angeles
Aug. 17-19 L.A. Area
Aug. 20 Salt Lake City UT,
Aug. 21 Elko NV
Aug. 23 Wendover NV
Aug. 24 Grand Junction CO P.M.
Aug. 25 Delta CO P.M.
Aug. 26 Denver CO
Aug. 27 Fort Collins CO
Aug. 28 Dodge City KS
Aug. 29 Texarkana TX
Aug. 30 Monroe LA
Aug. 31 Farmersville LA
Sept. 1 Trenton TN
Sept. 2 Montavallo AL
Sept. 3 Nashville TN
Sept. 4 Wytheville, Roanoke, Harrisonburg VA
Sept. 5 Hagerstown, Frederick, Baltimore MD
Sept. 6 Washington D.C. Area Falls Church VA
Sept. 7 Newington CT, Gloucester MA
Sept. 8 Danvers, Salisbury, MA Portsmouth NH, Kittery ME
Sept. 9 Boston MA, Somerville, Medford
Sept.10 Providence RI, New London CT, New Haven CT, Bridgeport CT
Sept.11 NYC at Ground Zero
Sept.12-17 Return to LA
Oct.11. Fly to Hartford CT
Oct.12. Sang to approximately 1,000 Firefighters in NYC at IAFF memorial.
Oct.1 Boston area
Oct 15-20 Drove back to Los Angeles with visits to New York City, Girard, Youngstown, Dayton OH, Texarkana, El Paso TX, Tucson, Phoenix AZ

Hollywood TV and Film actor Jack Knight has criss crossed America visiting Firehouses, Police stations and Military venues in a show of Unity, Sympathy and Appreciation since July of 2002. During his visits, Knight sings his inspirational songs, "Fallen Heroes," and "Hero In My Eyes. He has said "Thank You" with his songs in person, to over 15,000 men and women in public safety and military service as well as those who have had prior service. His visits have taken him to 48 states, and all across Canada. The first time he sang for a Firefighter, the response was, "If I got killed, I'd want them to sing that song at my funeral". He often carries with him commorative "Fallen Heroes" Tee shirts to be signed by Public Safety personnel and later presented to New York City Police and Firefighters. P> Jack also appears with the world famous Four Man Softball Team, "The King and His Court" and sings before each ballgame.

"As a former New Yorker, I want to share the feelings of my former neighbors and offer something to alleviate the terrible feelings of pain and loss and at the same time allow those in Uniform in other parts of the country to share in that effort." Jack Knight