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Album Review

4Troops is comprised of four Army vets united by the desire to make uplifting music — not necessarily inspirational, although there are certainly elements of inspirational music here in both sound and subject, but more like the polished positivity of American Idol Gives Back. Certainly, 4Troops' 2010 debut is made for a mainstream audience and is mildly censored because of it but it’s hard to complain much when the whole point of 4Troops is to sweetly rouse, not offend. When the songs aren’t patriotic, they’re sentimental and not just about country, either: there are songs about home (“I’m Already There”), love (“Angel”), and family (“Dance with My Father”), all delivered with choir gusto from the four vets.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

4Troops began as an idea from Sony executives who approached Victor Hurtado, long the overseer and organizer of the U.S. Army’s entertainment and music shows, about putting together a group of veterans who could sing and tour to raise awareness and money for veterans' groups. Hurtado assembled singers Meredith Melcher, who served as a platoon leader in Iraq in 2003, Ron Henry, a former transport manager in Iraq, David Clemo, who placed fiber-optic cables in Iraq, and Daniel Jens, a field artillery...
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