RaeLynn puts faith over fear when it comes to her military husband’s service Instagram/@RaeLynnOfficial

RaeLynn took the stage with the 101st Airborne Division Rock Band at Fort Campbell in Kentucky on the Fourth of July. After her concert, she thanked all of the families and fans who came out to celebrate America’s 241st birthday with her.

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“Wouldn’t want to spend my 4th of July anywhere else but with the families that serve daily by having a loved one fight for our freedom every day,” she wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo featuring her and two adorable little girls onstage.

“Thank you Fort Campell for having me last night! ❤🇺🇸❤ #america #wearesoblessed,” she added.

Getting to spend time with folks who have loved ones in the military is especially meaningful to RaeLynn, because she also has family serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.


In fact, her husband, Joshua Davis recently completed infantry training. Though RaeLynn doesn’t know yet where he’ll be stationed, or if he’ll end up going oversees, the latter definitely weighs on her mind.

“I’m extremely nervous [about him going oversees,] especially because he’s my husband,” Rae Lynn tells Rare Country. “But my brother is in the Army as well, and I’ve always been in constant prayer over him and I know that he’s going to be OK.”

“I believe that we get a peace about i,t and I have such a peace about [Josh], and a peace about my brother,” she adds, “I know that they’re going to be protected and that they’re going to be fine.”

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RaeLynn also knows that her situation is only “temporary,” and that she and Josh hopefully have a lifetime to be together.

“This is just a piece of our story,” she says with confidence. “I think that’s an important thing to remember, because nothing is forever. Even what I’m doing now is not forever. That’s why when I married him. I wanted to build something that is going to last forever. I know it’s going to.”

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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