Warrior Songs Inc. is a non-profit organization which brings hope and healing to veterans through music and the creative arts. 

Warrior Songs wins the 2018 WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) award for Folk Music 

Warrior Songs is honored to receive the 2018 WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) award for Folk Music. Warrior Songs is a 501.c.3 nonprofit that helps veterans heal from the wounds of war by turning their stories and trauma into songs. We accept this award on behalf of all the great Wisconsin musicians that contributed to this project. If i missed you or your not tagged, let me know in the comments and i'll fix it. Sincerely - Jason Moon 

From “Women at War: Warrior Songs Vol. 2” (Release date…

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2017 Creative Arts Healing Retreat Report 

Report on Warrior Songs Creative Arts Healing Retreat: 

December 6th – 10th, 2017 at Siena Center in Racine, Wisconsin 

Group Demographics – Who was served? 

15 veterans participated in the December 2017 retreat.  7 men and 8 women from all from the Midwest. They represented the Army, Air Force, and Marines and they’ve served in Vietnam, The Gulf War, Iraq, Afghanistan and various other locations around the world. Ages ranged from 34 – 67, and combined, they provided a total of 102 years of military…

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Song off of "If You Have to Ask... Warrior Songs Volume 1" nominated for NAMA  Podcast

“Bullet Dress” off of “If You Have to Ask… Warrior Songs Vol. 1” was nominated for 2017 Single/Song of the Year at the Native American Music Awards.  The song began as a poem by combat army veteran Melissa Doud.  Melissa’s poem about a jingle dress she created out of spent bullet casings collected during her 20 years in the Army was turned into a song by Marco Frucht and Saji Villoth.  It was recorded at SurroundinSound Studios in Wauwatosa Wisconsin with Melissa Doud singing and Saji’s band The Mambo…

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2017 Wisconsin outreach report 

2017 Wisconsin Outreach Report 
09/25/2017 through 10/02/2017 

09/25/2017 – Today was a day of travel.  I landed in Milwaukee after a very bumpy plane ride from Phoenix.  Rented a car and made a quick stop in St. Francis to visit my friends John & Susan Nicholson to borrow an amplifier.  Afterwards was a four hour drive across the state to Menomonie, WI where I had a brief chat with my first host Jennifer R Coyne of Arbor Place, Inc.  Jennifer is an AODA counselor and the founder of the Music Heals program…

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