Country music artists, Graham Trude and Chris Earl, have joined forces producing a music performance for all military and emergency service support, families and all to enjoy. A touch of southern outlaw and Y2K country with a strong message surrounding hope and ethos reflecting upon operational stress injuries. To put it simply; trauma healing through music therapy. Both artists bring a sincere, real life experience, positive message with a powerful evening of musical entertainment for all fans of all genres to enjoy. A full production and performance gathering fans from across the country to take part in the miracle of healing and hope.  

The Founders 
As a PROUD Algonquin native from the Greater Golden Lake region, Chris Earl is deeply rooted in his culture and traditions. As a Corus Entertainment Rising Star winner, three time Ontario music award winner and current serving member of our Canadian Armed Forces, Chris has been sharing the stage with some of the world’s greatest performers like Keith Urban and Johnny Reid for over 20 years. As a Singer/Songwriter, his newest venture brings light to the struggles of mental health and addiction issues within his fellow indigenous and military communities. “The Singing Soldier” allows him to merge his aboriginal heritage and military life into his performance.

Afghanistan Veteran, Graham Trude, is a Nashville recording artist and songwriter from Ontario, Canada. Graham signed with California based, Allied Music Group Record Company in 2018 previous to The Singing Soldiers. Graham has reached international audiences through radio and television with the release of his single “Seen What I’ve Seen” written about his personal struggles as a veteran and emergency responder. Diagnosed with complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Graham has been able to speak on his experiences and use music therapy as healing to help other veterans, emergency responders and their families. Along with his service and emergency response, Graham has obtained awards in song writing along with writing and performing the theme song for hit series (Real Canadian Joe’s) on Wild TV.  

Together they are: The Singing Soldiers. 

(ASIF) Foundation
The Singing Soldiers generously offers various musical entertainment and therapeutic healing programs, along with our “A SONG IS FOREVER Foundation” (ASIF). The ASIF Foundation was created to give back to members, supporters, families and communities of our partnering charities. Along with entertainment, The Singing Soldiers provide their own serialized line of unique acoustic guitars and trauma healing accessories for ALL persons dealing with ALL forms of Operational Stress Injuries and mental health related matters. We are able to grow the ASIF Foundation through generous contributions and the sale of instruments and accessories to the public, allowing us to support charities and not-for-profit organizations by donating instruments and accessories. As well, The Singing Soldiers provide informative seminars on natural methods of trauma healing, songwriting and more. This allows for sponsors, partners and members to provide and receive a message of natural coping strategies which bring hope to those who serve.

To learn more about the ASIF foundation please visit www.asifguitars.com.

The Singing Soldiers
Friday, November 8 @ 7 p.m.
Stephen Leacock Theatre,
130 Gwendolyn Blvd, Keswick, ON
Singing Soldiers Concert Series
Remembrance Day venue

The Singing Soldiers
Saturday, November 9th @ 7 p.m.
Monte Vista Golf Club,
2516 Old Hwy 69, Val Caron, Ontario

The Singing Soldiers
Saturday, November 16th @ 7 p.m.
St Paul’s Centre, 62 Peter St., Orillia
Country music artists,
Graham Trude and Chris Earl come together
to share how trauma heals through music therapy

The Singing Soldiers
Saturday, November 30th @ 7 p.m.
Ajax Legion branch 322, 111 Hunt St, Ajax, On
Country music artists,
Graham Trude and Chris Earl come together
to share how trauma heals through music therapy

To book tickets go online to https://singingsoldiers.com/