2020 In the Press
Many service members who return home suffer from PTSD. Operation Song is a program helping veterans cope with their trauma by pairing them with musicians to turn their stories into powerful songs. Dean Reynolds of CBS This Morning reports.
Operation Song’ founder Bob Regan and program director Michael Byer join ‘Fox and Friends Weekend.
Washington Post features an article on veterans Calvin Tildon and John Fay and their recent experience with Operation Song.
Originally featured in The Washington Post For Calvin Tildon, Dec. 23, 1968, was a day full of smoke and fire and blood. Dec. 23, 1968, was the day the young Army lieutenant stepped from a
2019 In the Press
On a cloudy Saturday morning in February, participants in the Little Rock chapter of Operation Song's winter retreat gather for breakfast before getting down to the business of storytelling and songwriting.
This #OperationSong spotlight is on “The Forgotten War” by Veteran Carl Murphy who served in the Army. Carl served during the Korean War.
2018 In the Press
2017 In the Press
Written by Jake Lowary | The Tennessean Deep in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee, on land owned by two of country and gospel music’s most-acclaimed stars, is one of the most recent examples
2016 In the Press
Written by Gina Fann, MTSU News | November 1, 2016 The day could’ve been another workday for seven Nashville songwriters and another co-writing assignment in an MTSU experiential learning course for seven advanced
[Listen] Program Helps Chattanooga Veterans and Families of July 16 Victims Turn Traumatic Memories Into Music
Written by Casey Phillips, Times Free Press | July 17, 2016 Some stories are easier to tell than others. Some — the especially painful ones — never slither into the light of day at
2015 In the Press
Written by Emily Siner, Nashville Public Radio | October 5, 2015 The conference room inside a Veterans Affairs center in Nashville feels distinctly clinical: beige walls, gray carpet, creaky chairs. But on a Monday afternoon in
A white-haired man with a guitar walks into a conference room at Fort Campbell, Tennessee and greets a group of assembled veterans. He's five minutes early, but they're already clearly settled in, waiting for him.