“No Rules In Sight” Release

Sailor Jerri finally released her anticipated debut album “No Rules In Sight” on April 13th. The single “Strong” was released last year. Her new album has a healthy mix of up tempo contemporary country music and slower ballads. Jerri, a navy veteran herself, included a couple songs highlighting military service. The first song off the […]
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Spotify’s IPO and What Could It Mean?

On April 3rd, the largest music streaming service globally officially released it’s IPO (Initial Public Offering). The highly awaited tech stock offering launched successfully with a $30 billion dollar evaluation of the Swedish company. On it’s first day of the trading the SPOT stock closed around $149 dollars. Wallstreet hopes Spotify will be the beacon of […]
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Can the Philanthropic initiative “Show Your Stripes” Survive I Heart Media’s Dark Days?

                  In 2013, I Heart Media proposed an initiative of using their radio, digital, and out-of-house (Public Service Announcements) resources to advocate the hiring of veterans to companies across the United States. They brought a number of famous musicians and celebrities including Elton John, John Legend, Kelly […]
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Sailor Jerri’s “Hallelujah” cover gains over 100 million views

In April of 2017, Navy Veteran Sailor Jerri released a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”. She revised the lyrics from the original to pay tribute to military personnel currently deployed all around the world. Additionally, she used pictures for the video that fellow service members submitted. Her cover quickly went viral and gained over a […]
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Oblivion Her Majesty @ KAABOO Festival

The lineup for Del Mar, California’s KAABOO Festival was released March 22nd.

Glenn Miller at a Glance

Glenn Miller   Glenn Miller was an American big band leader, trombone player, and veteran. He was born in Clarinda, Iowa on March 1st, 1904. After early childhood the family moved to a small farm in Missouri. Miller used the money he saved up working on the farm to buy his first trombone around age […]
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