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June 2015

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The U.S. Air Force Band now on SoundCloud

by Master Sgt. Brian Davis

5/29/2015 - Washington, D.C. -- The U.S. Air Force Band is pleased to announce that our recording catalog can now be found on SoundCloud. This strategic move will increase our reach throughout the local and global community as we fulfill our mission to positively impact the global community of behalf of the U.S. Air Force and the United States of America.
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WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour features Celtic Aire

by Senior Master Sgt. Bob Kamholz

5/29/2015 - Washington, D.C. --On Monday, April 28, The U.S. Air Force Band's Celtic ensemble Celtic Aire had the unique opportunity to perform on folksinger Michael Johnathon's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour at the Lyric Theatre in Lexington, Kentucky. The concert, which was recorded in front of a live audience, will air on various media outlets starting in June. Johnathon describes the program as "a labor of love, a gift from all of us as a community of artists on behalf of an audience we want so much to reach." He continues, "WoodSongs is a multi-format radio show and is treated as a high-quality recording session with 300 plus observers."
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Meet the Newest Member of Max Impact

by Master Sgt. Dave Foster

5/29/2015 - Washington, D.C. -- Magic. Ka. Fate. Synchronicity. Call it what you will, but every once and a while, the stars align and create the perfect scenario for special events to transpire. Some of that magic happened last fall when Max Impact lost long-time singer extraordinaire, Master Sgt. Shani Prewitt, to retirement, and began auditioning vocalists to fill her shoes. That's when nineteen-year-old Nalani Quintello showed up and stunned the audition committee, walking away as the new female vocalist for Max Impact. But, there's more to the story. At the time, she was a contestant on the popular hit television show, "American Idol," where she was sure to go to Hollywood and perform for Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban. However, before completing the competition, Quintello announced her withdrawal from the show and her decision to become, instead, an American Airman.
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