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We want you to join the band! Send us a video of you playing and singing along to Wagon Wheel. All instruments and voices welcome. Selected videos will be featured on an upcoming Six-String Soldiers video! Here’s how:

1. Grab some headphones and your instrument.
2. Watch the video above in this window or navigate to the Wagon Wheel video.
3. Have a friend record a video of your performance.
4. Upload it to the platform of your choice (Drive, DropBox, YouTube, etc.) and send the link to usarmy.sss@mail.mil.

We Stand Ready

Six-String Soldiers is deeply involved in The U.S. Army Field Band’s latest project, We Stand Ready. Performing several times a week on Facebook and YouTube, Six-String Soldiers is the most followed military music group in the world.

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Facebook Circle

About ↘

The most followed military music group in the world, Six-String Soldiers is a five-member country music group performing Americana and patriotic music in order to connect America to its Army. The group was formed in 2015 by active-duty Soldiers who were looking for ways to fulfill the Army’s commitment to its Soldiers and veterans.

They received national media attention after a Facebook video of the group playing The Beatles’ Here Comes The Sun went viral. Since then, they have appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Morning Express with Robin Meade, Harry with Harry Connick Jr., and Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family show.

Their new album was recorded in Muscle Shoals and Nashville and is expected to be released in 2020. The album is a reflection of their sense of duty and country, with a focus on service from military members and their families, police officers, firefighters and all those who wear a uniform.

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Photos and Logos ↘

SSS Logo
Six-String Soldiers Logo

SSS Group Photo
Six-String Soldiers Group Photo
Ryman Auditorium

Army Field Band Logo
The U.S. Army Field Band Logo

US Army Star
U.S. Army Logo

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Booking Info ↘

The U.S. Army Field Band

4214 Field Band Drive STE 5330

Fort George G Meade MD 20755-7055

301-677-6586 | usarmyfieldband@mail.mil