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Maximilian Wentz new single "Soldier" pays tribute to Military

20-year old singer songwriter Maximilian Wentz has always had strong admiration for the military. After his close friend left for the Army, Max wrote "Soldier" to help cope with how he was feelings and the invisible wounds of war. Soldier is written from the perspective of the solider, but is also about the sacrifices made by family and friends left behind.


"Soldier" captures loss and sadness yet it inspires undying hope for loved ones in active duty. Written from the heart and delivered with honor, Maximilian Wentz pulls in his audience in with relatable emotion, eloquently written lyrics and moving vocal melodies.


To help make his release extra special, Dave Macauly, who was stationed in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Iraq & Kuwait from 2001-2005 with the US Army, offered to be the model so Max could have a real "Soldier" be the face of his song. Dave was who was an Artillery-Multiple Launch Rocket System Crewmember at U.S. Army, is also a dedicated musician himself in his band SonicRed.


When we asked Dave what the motivation was behind helping Max, he said "I'm honored to help promote an up and coming young talent like Max, especially considering his acknowledgement and support of our military. He's a great kid with a bright future ahead of him and I look forward to seeing and working with him more within the Boston local music scene."


Soldier's Release date was chosen for Vietnam Veterans Day, March 29th. Find "Solider" is now on all digital streaming platforms. The song was recorded at Red13 Studios and mastered by JJ Maloney of Nebula Sound. Released managed by Artist on the Move.


Maximilian Wentz is in the process of finishing his EP and is writing new songs every week. For more information about Max and booking information, please email artistsmove@gmail.com


"Solider" Link on CDBaby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/maximilianwentz1


"We sleep safely at night because rough men stand ready to visit violence on those who would harm us." Winston Churchill





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