BAY SHORE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — One Long Island man is supporting troops through the love of music.

Through his Project9Line organization, stock broker-turned-Army veteran Patrick Donohue is helping service men and women acclimate back to civilian life after returning from the battlefield.

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On Sept. 19, Project9Line is hosting VetStock, a music festival in which veterans perform and all proceeds go to help our veterans.

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Donohue stopped by the CBS2 studios to talk with Andrea Grymes about his organization and the festival, which is Saturday at Connolly Station in Bay Shore.

To watch the full interview, click on the video player above.

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For more information on VetStock, visit http://www.project9line.org/vetstock2015.php.