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Boston teen’s song benefits veterans

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A 15-year-old girl from Boston is getting some buzz on the Internet with a song she wrote to benefit veterans and their families.

Andrea LeClair's tribute song, "What's Right," tells the story of a soldier's family who struggles to cope with the loss of their hero.

The 15-year-old singer songwriter said she wants to keep at the forefront the battle families with a loved one who has been lost or injured fighting for our country face.

In addition to her song, LeClair sang the national anthem for a benefit road race put on by Homes for Troops on Sunday. Her band performed a short set after the race.

"What's Right" is currently on iTunes with proceeds benefiting the Massachusetts Troop Welfare Council.

To buy the single, search "What's Right" on iTunes. To learn more about the Massachusetts Troop Welfare council, click here. To learn more about LeClair, visit her Facebook page by clicking here.

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