• About SoldierSongs

    About SoldierSongs

    We’re not doctors. We’re not clergymen. We’re not officials or officers. We are musicians and music lovers who are grateful for the service and sacrifice of our heroic men and women in uniform. SoldierSongs exists to serve our nations military heroes with FREE music lessons, instruments when necessary, and a means of creative expression. We […]

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Recent and Upcoming Events

SoldierSongs in action in Austin

SoldierSongs in action in Austin

We’re Pretty proud of this.  Special Huge thanks to Dustin Welch, Owen Temple, Shawn Dunham , and all of our Veteran and Musician participants. Soldier Songs: Free music program gives voice to veterans and active military-  (CultureMap Austin)    

| April 27, 2012
New CD’s “Letters” -A SoldierSongs Take

New CD’s “Letters” -A SoldierSongs Take

WE DID IT!!!!!!. CD’s should arrive Wed. but the soundtrack of the 1st Letters show is a available for download now. The Hillbilly Healers, Miss Emily, Garry Tullio, & Dustin Welch, with a little help from ace of bass, Platinum recording artist and all-around good soul, , Mr. Mark Andes (Heart, Firefall, Spirit, etc.). Tell […]

| April 21, 2012
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Basic Training

Dustin Welch on Songwriting

Dustin Welch on Songwriting

Basic Training: Songwriting By Dustin Welch To illustrate how I think about songwriting, I usually point out a few things first. A song can do whatever you want it to, but once it begins to be created, the song’s the boss. You have very little control over it once it starts rolling. There’s all sorts […]

| January 27, 2012
Basic Training Page

Basic Training Page

Music has some basics. No other way to break it to ya – But the great news is that it’s pretty simple stuff. We’ll give you some tools to use and some links to lessons and videos to help you get the feel of your instrument. A few simple things, I’ll keep it short and […]

| January 11, 2012