Part of the United States Army Field Band - the "Musical Ambassadors of the Army" - Six-String Soldiers is a four-member acoustic group performing Americana, folk, bluegrass, and Irish music in an informal setting. The group brings its signature style to the smallest, most intimate venues, the busiest public places, street festivals, and music festivals across the United States. With its focus on audience interaction and sharing its members’ stories and experiences as American Soldiers, Six-String Soldiers offers one of the most personal musical experiences found in the United States Army.
Six-String Soldiers has appreared on Conan O'Brien, played with John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival, recently released their album My Old Town, is the most "liked" Military band on Facebook, and their music has gone viral on social media, with 35 million+ views. They have received the Army Community Relations Award of Excellence, and a Certificate of Appreciation from the Boston Bluegrass Union. Based at Fort Meade, MD, the members of Six-String Soldiers name their musical influences at The Beatles, David Bowie, Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Arlo Guthrie, and Blind Faith. The Chronicle (Centralia, WA) has said Six-String Soldiers are "...a hit with young and old, a blend to suit almost any musical appetite."