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NEELY Joins the Abolition Movement.




The Project:AK-47 team has the amazing opportunity to partner with some of the most legendary people who care about abolition in our modern world. Jeremy and Kaci Neely are no exception. Based in Nashville, TN this talented husband and wife act known as NEELY have a love for music and a passion for justice. They’ve been traveling the country playing music from their hearts and rallying advocates around the cause of ending child soldiering.

Jeremy and Kaci have been doing music together for years and put it all together in their 2009 debut album, “Everything I AM.” They have two singles currently on the radio. Listen for “Falling Down” on CHR and AC stations and “Move (Feat.- Cash Hollistah) on ROCK stations around the nation. (You can also find NEELY on Pandora)

“As a songwriter there are just times when I am emotionally encompassed by a story\situation.  Being the father of four children made the emotional connection with Project AK-47 all the stronger.  To imagine children, the age of our own, stripped of their innocence is something that causes a heaviness so deep within.  If what we do can help just one child regain their childhood is a novel thought but ultimately we want this injustice stopped completely!  We cannot, furthermore must not turn a blind eye and do nothing while these atrocities are being committed against children!”


NEELY is currently planning their Spring 2011 tour as well as other dates in 2011. If they’re anywhere near you, you’re not going to want to miss them!

Saturday November 13, 2010

Neely @ Solid Rock  7pm

601 South 45 bypass

Medina, TN

Sunday November 14, 2010

Neely @ Holy Rosary 7pm

4851 Park Ave

Memphis, TN 38117

Friday December 31, 2010

New Year’s Eve Bash @ Coliseum 7pm

Oelwein, IA

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