GRAHAM TRUDE MUSIC PARTNERS WITH WOUNDED WARRIORS CANADA, RELEASES PTSD SONG “SEEN WHAT I’VE SEEN”

TORONTO – Graham Trude Music is delighted to announce a new partnership with Wounded Warriors Canada. Graham is rising star in Country music who served in Afghanistan and is now a proud serving police officer in Orangeville, Ontario. He has written and recorded a powerful new song “Seen What I’ve Seen”, which is a single highlighting experiences battling Operational Stress Injuries like PTSD. Proceeds from the song, and all Wounded Warriors Canada merchandise sold at his venues, will be donated to support the national mental health programs Wounded Warriors Canada makes possible for our Veterans, First Responders and their families.

Graham signed a record deal with Allied Music Group in California March 2017 and had previously reached international audiences with a television theme song showcasing on Wild TV. The song “Seen What I’ve Seen” is featured on Graham’s new album recorded in Nashville and was officially released to primary radio today as a single. Attached is a link to the intense yet realistic music video showing the battle one can suffer from PTSD: https://youtu.be/whv3NgztoqQ

(reference: www.grahamtrudemusic.com)

Graham Trude commented, “Wounded Warriors Canada has been a large part of my life since I released from the military in 2011. I hold the Wounded Warriors organization very close to my heart and continue to help wherever I can an all the members it serves”.  

Scott Maxwell, Executive Director of Wounded Warriors Canada, commented, “As both a Veteran of the Canadian Forces and a serving Police Officer, Graham is an outstanding ambassador for the cause we serve. He is utilizing his artistic talent to highlight that despite the struggles that can manifest with Operational Stress Injuries, there is hope and help. His new song “Seen What I’ve Seen” is a hard-hitting, personal reflection of his life and we thank Graham for his willingness to pay it forward in support of our Veterans, First Responders and their families.”

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