J Nicholson and Bill Guandolo of 19 Lions recently performed at the charity event for Operation Restored Warrior at the Levine Museum of the New South in Uptown Charlotte North Carolina. The event was held to raise awareness for the organization that helps veterans who are experiencing difficulty after serving their country and is one of the few groups that uses God and the power of the cross to help heal these heroes. The event highlighted the little reported fact that 22 service members a day commit suicide because they can no longer cope with the internal pain and strife from their service. Headlined by Christian recording artist Mark Schultz and emceed by God’s comic, Brad Stine, the night was filled with songs and remembrance. Congressman Robert Pittenger attended the event along with members of special forces, Seal Team 6, local service members, vets from multiple wars as well as friends, family and people interested in helping those who have put themselves in harms way for the United States of America. Nicholson and Guandolo, only part of the group 19 Lions, performed several acoustic songs in support of ORW. To learn more about the organization visit www.operationrestoredwarrior.org.