Veteran Sound Project

The Premier Music Blog of the Military Community

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

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Spotify Expands Premium Library

Spotify has expanded the number of songs a premium subscriber can download to 10,000. Originally, the limit was set at 3,333 songs, but I guess people started to fill their

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Veterans and Music Festivals

As the 2018 summer festival season comes to a close, I had the privilege of talking to some of the veterans among the millions of attendees.  These multi-day festivals are

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Vetstock

Returning for the second year, Vetstock, will return to Galt, California on September 15th. The northern California music festival features both veterans and local musicians. Additionally, ticket sales will be

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The Seventh Sons

Started in 2009 through jam session covers from artists such as Ray Charles, Black Joe Lewis, Black Sabbath, The Grateful Dead, The White Stripes, and many more, The Seventh Sons have

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The Traveling Military Music Festival: Basefest

For the second summer in a row, USAA hosted the first and only traveling music festival that is hosted on military bases across the United States. Basefest, was held at

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Opinion: 12%…An Awfully Small Seat at the Table

A recent study found from Citigroup suggests that artists in the music industry only receive about 12% of the $43 billion revenue generated by the music industry last year. Surprisingly,

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