Founder & Artist - Soldier Hard
US Army -SGT - KFOR, OSW & OIF Veteran - 19 Kilo Armor Crewmen
Soldier Hard has been doing music as Therapy for the Last 5 years, though he has been in the music business for over 10, he has released over 18 albums since debuting in 2001. He got out of the Army on July 15, 2010. Since ending his military service, he has traveled the world performing for Veterans and Military families all over. Music today is his THERAPY to cope with past experiences that made a mark in his life for years to come. He has been diagnosed with severe PTSD by the Veterans Affairs, and USES MUSIC to channel all his feeling into his craft.
He believes that if Music can save his life, music can save many other Veterans lives who suffer from the same illness as he. For more information please click the "Read More" tab below
"Music can change the world, because it can change people "
-Bono from U2
President - Patrick Uloth
USMC OIF Veteran - SGT - Amphibious Assult
Patrick Uloth was a poster boy for the Marines. He enlisted right out of high school, fought two tours and quickly was promoted to lance corporal. His commander hailed him as "head and shoulders above his peers." He received an award for valor, for helping save his unit one night near Fallujah.
When Uloth came back to the U.S. in late 2004, his family said he was a different person. They, along with Uloth's medical records, document the changes: He would go days without sleeping. He avoided friends and started doing drugs. Now, Patrick is actively in making sure Veterans like him are given the same opportunities to heal through music, and programs for Veterans to channel their emotions. Click on the "Read More" tab to listen and read his story on NPR