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'Why him and not me?' Songwriting to mend invisible wounds of war
5/28/2018

KPCC --- Joshua Geartz joined the Army after high school. It was 1999, he had some uncles who served, and he thought, "college wasn't for me," Geartz said. Fast-forward a few years to Geartz driving a truck on his last night of deployment in Iraq. "My vehicle was hit with a roadside bomb which left me with a brain injury and some spinal cord damage," he said. "Now I typically rely on a wheelchair. I'm not wheelchair-bound. But it makes things difficult."​

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'Why him and not me?' Songwriting to mend invisible wounds of war