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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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Madison Rising

Since 2011, the heavy hitting patriotic band Madison Rising has stapled patriotism in music venues across the country. The band is led and founded by Air Force veteran Rio Hiett. They have opened for legends in rock and country artists such as Aerosmith and Toby Keith.   Hailing from outside New York City, the band […]
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Operation Song- “He Took My Place”

Veteran Gary Lima recently released “He Took My Place”, his personal lyrical diary of living with survivor’s guilt. Lima is a Marine Corps and Army veteran with a combined service of over 20 years between the too. He drew inspiration from an incident that occurred when deployed to the Cyprus Conflict in 1974.   Lima was […]
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Creative Forces-National Endowment For The Arts Partnership

The NEA (National Endowment for the Arts) has partnered with VA medical facilities around the country for the Creative Forces initiative. First organized in 2012, the program serves veterans at about a dozen bases and medical facilities such as Walter Reed Medical Center.   The national network of creative resources works to combat the epidemic […]
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