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Military Appreciation

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To ALL new & old, past future and present military personnel, families, loved ones,friends and to ALL that are supportive of our military personnel... this program is for you. One day a year is NOT enough to say thank-you when they are making sacrifices for us to continue living the lives that we live here in America. So please call in and show your support, give a shout out to our men and women that have served and are serving. Lines will be open. We need to unite more now than ever and struggle together and be supportive of each other especially for those that are protecting us. The music that you here on this program is by a soldier I met on base and his name is Wake Campbell........ Wake Campbell Wake is an accomplished saxophonist and composer out of Washington DC, the CD “In My Heart” marks Wake’s debut as a solo recording artist, and is an original combination of Smooth Jazz and R&B, Wake is a Smooth Jazz musician who’s aiming straight for your heart with some of the sexiest melodies and solos you’ll hear anywhere. The soulful grooves and intoxicating melodies will have you hooked after just a few notes. All of the material on this 1st CD was written, produced, arranged and performed by Wake. Wake started playing the Sax at age 11 in the city’s school band program.After a couple years in the Jazz studies Department at Howard University, Wake took advantage of an opportunity to perform throughout Switzerland with a group from the University. While in Europe wake was introduced to CDs by Grover and Ronnie Laws; after hearing their work Wake was inspired to start composing originals. Wake eventually joined the Army and spent 8 years in the Band System performing throughout Europe, California and the DC area. Wake then returned to the DC area where he worked with various bands and his own Group. Read more: http://www.myspace.com/85024828#ixzz0uZ8ZkZZb

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