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BMLG AND CREATIVETS LAUNCH NEW CAMPAIGN
4/20/21

Big Machine Label Group and CreatiVets are continuing their partnership by launching a new campaign to bring awareness to veteran mental health.

New music will be released on the 20th of every month in tribute to the 20 veterans that commit suicide every day, which was found in a study done by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

This month’s release, “They Call Me Doc” f/Vince Gill, Aaron Lewis and Dan Tyminski, follows tracks including “Rise Above” f/Craig Campbell, “Until it Feels Like Home” f/Blackjack Billy and “Workin’ in the Dirt” f/Chris Ferrara, which were released in tandem with National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

Future tracks to be released in the upcoming months will also feature noteworthy country names like Justin Moore, Craig Morgan, Heath Sanders and more. Proceeds from song streams go directly towards helping veterans.

“We’ve seen time and time again the healing power of music not only help our program participants, but also those American heroes who have access to listen to these songs,” said CreatiVets Co-Founder/Executive Director, Richard Casper.

Providing combat veterans a creative outlet for healing, BMLG continues their contributions to CreatiVets’ operational initiatives through Scott and Sandi Borchetta’s Music Has Value Fund and Big Machine Music, which serves as the co-publisher for CreatiVets.

Stream “They Call Me Doc” f/Vince Gill, Aaron Lewis and Dan Tyminski here. For more info on CreatiVets, click here.