Mustang Sally performing in Crestview Nov. 16

Published: Monday, November 11, 2013 at 12:09 PM.

"It's an absolute honor to come in and play for a big military crowd," Lee said. "We love to do military shows. We don't get to sing if they don't fight for our freedoms."

'Phenomenal musicians'

Lee praised her fellow band members, saying, "You have to kind of take the girl card off the table" and appreciate them as "just a group of phenomenal musicians."

Taylor joined the group after discovering an early shift as a country music radio DJ didn't fit with his late-night performer schedule. He moved to Nashville to become a country musician.

"We heard him downtown," Lee said. "He is a great guy. We thought to ourselves, 'We can always use somebody to carry the heavy suitcases,'" she added jokingly. In fact, Taylor plays multiple string instruments in the band.

Stewart promised a night of great music by a band known for its audience rapport and versatility. Mustang Sally's repertoire includes original music, country covers and even ventures into classic rock.

"In our show, you never know what we might pull out.We have our originals, of course, but we're not afraid to try anything, that's for sure," Lee said. "Come out and have a good time with us. Laugh and dance and expect anything."

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