Proceeds To Benefit The Boot Campaign

NASHVILLE, TN – (November 8, 2012) – Newcomer Joe Bachman is paying it forward this Veteran’s Day with the release of his new song “Soldier’s Memoir” to select digital retailers. Written by Bachman and Mitch Rossell, this powerful and emotional song is his personal thank you to the Armed Forces for their dedication and sacrifice. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Boot Campaign, a non-profit which funds its programs working to heal both physical and emotional issues facing returning warriors.

“A dear friend of mine is a Psychiatrist in the U.S. Navy,” shares Bachman. “He explained to me how he spends hours a day trying to help his fellow Troops cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  I wanted to write a song to let our members of the Armed Forces know that we understand what they are going through and we’re here to help. It’s a topic not easily spoken about and I wanted to let them know that we understand their internal struggles and we want to be here for them in any way we can.”

Bachman is currently on radio tour in support of his debut single “Small Town Rock Stars.” The song is the lead single from his debut album, one, co-produced by Arlis Albritton and New Voice Entertainment, now available at select digital retailers. His dynamic live shows have landed him sought after opening slots for the likes of Miranda Lambert, Chris Young, David Nail and Kix Brooks.

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Joe Bachman’s “Soldier’s Memoir” is now available via this link –

The Boot Campaign:

The Boot Campaign is a 501c3 non-profit military appreciation and veteran awareness campaign based in Texas.  Launched in 2009 by a group of women known as The Boot Girls, the Boot Campaign’s mission is to express gratitude to the troops, spread awareness of the needs of military personnel and support their transition home.  Through the sale of signature military combat boots, general public donations, and corporate sponsorship the Boot Campaign donates proceeds to its programs caring for military personnel, past and present, healing from a variety of physical and emotional combat wounds, embodying the campaign motto that, “When They Come Back, We Give Back”.




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