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October 25, 2020

Nashville TN Music Retreat Makes the News

*Note: this article originally appeared on News Channel 5. To read the full article, click here.*

In a tranquil, tucked away Franklin farm, veterans like Chuck Palmer are sharing their stories.

After 10 deployments in 25 years, Palmer finally found a way to put his experiences into words.

“I’ve been a soldier for a really long time, but I’ve been retired for a couple of months now, this is just helping me process what I’ve been through,” said Palmer.

Statistics show one in three veterans suffer from the effects of PTSD, leading to a staggering 20 a day that commit suicide.

During this weekend retreat on Amy Grant and Vince Gill’s farm, veterans learned to cope with the effects of PTSD through music.
By: Seena SleemPosted at 7:26 PM, Oct 25, 2020 and last updated 9:27 AM, Oct 26, 2020
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF) — In a tranquil, tucked away Franklin farm, veterans like Chuck Palmer are sharing their stories.

After 10 deployments in 25 years, Palmer finally found a way to put his experiences into words.

“I’ve been a soldier for a really long time, but I’ve been retired for a couple of months now, this is just helping me process what I’ve been through,” said Palmer.

Statistics show one in three veterans suffer from the effects of PTSD, leading to a staggering 20 a day that commit suicide.

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During this weekend retreat on Amy Grant and Vince Gill’s farm, veterans learned to cope with the effects of PTSD through music.

Each veteran is paired with a songwriter and together they write a song.