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24 March 2011

Some More Info Through the Grapevine...

This one was really cool and the story makes me like Jeremy even more than I did before. If you are going to be in the area and attending this event, I would love to hear a personal account of it. Please comment here and I'll get back to you.

Jeremy McComb Rides with Wounded Warriors

Nashville, TN (March 23, 2011) – Recording artist Jeremy McComb is honored to be performing and participating in The Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride in San Diego, CA on Friday March 25th.

McComb has been a long time supporter of our service men and women. For many years he has been lending his St Christopher pendant to soldiers who are on active duty. He presents it to them saying “This has always kept me safe. I want you to take it and wear it so it can keep you safe.” He has presented this pendent to five different soldiers and each time, it returns back home safely. More importantly, the soldier comes back home safely as well.

“I’m honored to be riding in the Soldier Ride this weekend in San Diego. I participated in the one in Nashville last year and I had a blast. I’m looking forward to riding with them and then the concert afterward,” says McComb.

Jeremy McComb is currently working on new music and has an “accidental” single playing at country radio right now, “Five To Midnight.” McComb sent the recording out himself to some of his friends in radio just to get some feedback from them. To his surprise, those stations put the song into rotation.

The Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride will take place in San Diego, CA this Friday March 25th

Another thing I love is how the single was just sent to get opinions and snowballed from there. That kind of thing is one thing I like about the changing dynamics in the industry today. Any youtube video, lent music file, etc. can get out there and catch on on a much larger and faster scale than ever before. Yes, there are downsides to that, but still- an artist's ability to get their music heard is greater and, and sometimes easier, than even before.

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