Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Special Forces?

Jason Mark Everman has lived quite an interesting life. Not many people can say that they have played with two of the most well-known bands in modern rock history. In addition, not many people can say they completed the intensive training and deployed as a Special Forces Operative. Everman is the only person on this planet to achieve all these accomplishments. […]
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Gethen Jenkin’s “Basket Case” Video and Debut Album “Western Gold”

Earlier this summer, Wide Open Country released Gethen Jenkin’s raucous music video for his current single “Basket Case” ahead of the Outlaw Country artist’s debut album. Filmed at famed biker bar, Cooks Corner Bar in Trabuco Canyon, California, Gethen called upon a few friends of his to get the job done, “A bunch of great people showed up at the drop of a […]
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Remember That Time The National Guard worked with Kid Rock To Recruit Soldiers?

In 2008, in an unusual recruiting promotional move, the National Guard partnered with Kid Rock for his tribute song “Warrior“. From his early days, Kid Rock has always been an avid supporter of the U.S. military. The Rapper conducted USO (United Service Tours) around the time of the songs release. Additionally, his personal charity “The […]
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Matt William’s “Rain Down Sunshine”

On April 26th, 2019 Matt Williams released his newest single “Rain Down Sunshine” and this is one you won’t be able to help but to jump up and start dancing to this upbeat country classic. This track is full of positive lyrics and a beat that immediately puts a smile on your face. Matt Williams […]
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Remembering Hal Blaine

Quite possibly the most recorded drummer in American History, Hal Blaine set the standard of a career as a session musician. According to experts, Hal is believed to have been a part of over 35,000 recording sessions. In 2000, he was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame. He recently was awarded a […]
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A Q&A with Tattered Beans

Get familiar with our partner, Tattered Beans. The following is an interview with Tattered team member Amanda James. What is the inspiration behind Tattered Beans? Our founder is an Air Force veteran, who had dreams of being a lifer. Unfortunately, his dreams were cut short due to injury and he was honorably discharged. That experience […]
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Gethen Jenkins covers “Another Lonely Day”

Country singer-songwriter Gethen Jenkins recently released a cover of Ben Harper’s “Another Lonely Day”. The cover concluded a video series of covers including Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man”. Jenkins concluded with “Anther Lonely Day” saying, “I chose to cover this song because it spoke to my heart when I was going through some tough times last Fall,” […]
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Altissimo! Recordings

The Veteran Sound Project would like to thank our sponsor Altissimo Recordings for their continued support of the publication! Altissimo offers the public the opportunity to access a vast collection of classical military recordings. Altissimo Recordings distributes catalogs of recordings from the premier military ensembles. These include the work of United States military bands, orchestras, […]
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Kris Kristofferson

  The singer-songwriter is well known for his long acting and music career. He helped form country supergroup “The Highwaymen” that included Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson. Additionally, Kristofferson was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2004. What many don’t know, is his military background before the acting and fame. […]
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Army Veteran Brings “Balloon Chain” Back to Coachella

Retired NYPD officer Robert Bose brings his special Balloon Chain project back to Coachella for another year. Rob has taken his art project to festivals across the world such as Burning Man, Burning Man Africa, Governor’s Ball, and many more. Rob currently serves in the New Jersey National Guard’s 63rd Army Band after some time […]
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Veteran Maynard James Keenan Announces New Tool Album Finished Recording

The progressive metal band Tool has announced recording for their long-awaited album is finished. Keenan made the statement last week assuring fans that “Pleistocene” will be released this year. The album has been overdue for two years since Keenan first announced the name and tracklist in 2017.   Tool’s last album “10,000 Days” was released […]
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