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From left to right, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, Sheryl Crow, and Jeff Jeffrey, President, Cue Recording Studios pose for a photo after Crow and Waters recorded music with veterans as part of the MusicCorps program on Sunday, October 4, 2015 at Cue Recording Studio in Falls Church, VA. MusicCorps, a non-profit organization, has been helping wounded or traumatized soldiers recover through music rehabilitation programs since 2007. Photo Credit: (Aubrey Gemignani)
From left to right, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, Sheryl Crow, and Jeff Jeffrey, President, Cue Recording Studios pose for a photo after Crow and Waters recorded music with veterans as part of the MusicCorps program on Sunday, October 4, 2015 at Cue Recording Studio in Falls Church, VA. MusicCorps, a non-profit organization, has been helping wounded or traumatized soldiers recover through music rehabilitation programs since 2007. Photo Credit: (Aubrey Gemignani)

Famous musicians graced the streets of the City of Falls Church last weekend for a recording session at the City’s Cue Recording Studio. Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame (left) and Sheryl Crow (center) were present to record a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind” with three disabled veteran musicians. It was for MusiCorps, a Walter Reed Hospital-based non-profit to help wounded veterans heal through music.

Their upcoming show, “MusicHeals” will be at Constitution Hall Friday, Oct. 16 with Waters, Crow and the same veterans that recorded with them at Cue. On the right in the photo is Jeff Jeffrey, owner of Cue.