For many soldiers and veterans, the battlefield is only the start of their trauma. This was no different for Graham Trude and Chris Earl, who have both been directly affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which has had a huge impact on not only their own lives but the lives of their families.
Determined to use their own experience to help others, they have recently released their new country single Frontline Soldiers, a touching track, bound to resonate with listeners all around the globe. Not a charity tribute act, but two signed Nashville recording artists who joined forces to give hope and inspiration to those who need it most, healing trauma through music therapy.
Statistics currently sitting at over 354 million sufferers worldwide, Chris and Graham are not alone with their experiences of PTSD. Graham is an Afghanistan Veteran and First Responder diagnosed with complex PTSD from his experiences and Chris is a current serving military member who has family members struggling with PTSD.
Selling out venues in their home country, and proud ambassadors for Wounded Warriors Canada, The Singing Soldiers are now ready to take their music worldwide and show people they truly understand the lasting effects of serving in the military.
WOUNDED WARRIORS CANADA“We are extremely proud to join forces with the Singing Soldiers. Chris and Graham are true ambassadors for the cause we serve and we thank them for their willingness to pay it forward to help us help our ill and injured Veterans, First Responders and their families.” – Scott Maxwell, Executive Director, Wounded Warriors Canada
Frontline Soldiers Released 2nd November
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