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Welcome note from Ann with resource outline...


Dirty Patches/Faded Tattoos


VIDEO NOTES: Celebrate the great works of Patriot & Judeo/Christian Bikers, Veterans, 1st-Responders & amazing volunteers who donate time to “Honor & Support” others. Driving Country Rock propels this Video, taking us to the place where “Dirty” is a sign of honor & “Faded” means time given in service to God & Country. Patches, Hats, Helmets & Tats, all tell the story of compassionate action on behalf of Veterans, 1st-Responders & others who are in need of support, prayer or resources, in our Nation and around the world.




Music 4 Armed Forces Day!




NATIONAL ANTHEM - 3 VERSES: Experience the majesty and beauty of 3 verses of "The Star-Spangled Banner" brought to life with soaring orchestration & vocals as a background to moving images depicting the bold presence & service of our 5 Military Branches: Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, Army, Air Force.

This video also features Veterans in action as Patriot Volunteers in their communities while still serving or after they retire from the Military; they cover a lot of ground to participate in special events & activities which support other Veterans such as with: American Legion, VFW, DAV, Rolling Thunder, Patriot Guard, etc.



Controversial Ann M. Wolf Videos Reinstated



VIDEO RE-RELEASE: "Patriots on Wheels" (View video from sidebar menu)

DRIVING ROCK/BLUES... by songwriter & vocalist Ann M.Wolf: This video is a tribute to some of America's finest volunteers, as they continue to "Honor, Remember, & Never Forget"; please enjoy and share with those who deserve our thanks for their love, faithfulness & work on behalf of our nation, our Constitution, it's heroes & Liberty itself. For an additional disclosure about a few of the controversial images in the video, please read more.


Why Inspirational Music?




Discovering the mission: Folks ask me from time to time how I started with "Inspirational Music & Narrations." As many of us remember who lived through the 60s and 70s, it was quite popular to explore other cultures and break outside of the denominational box in being "seekers." One of the phases of my explorations involved yoga and meditation; and then there was “chanting,” something which I passed up at the time, but I did learn something from watching people who practiced the repeating of "positive affirmations."

Inasmuch as people could coax themselves into a more relaxed state with the repeating of certain “mantras” it also occurred to me that with music, as folks repeat popular songs over and over in their head; the melodies and words can greatly influence the mental, emotional, and spiritual state of a person so I began to realize the responsibility that artists have in what they produce and share.