Air Force Staff Sergeant Angie Johnson has an official audition for The Voice, and she learned about it on Twitter while in Afghanistan. How’s that for modern technology miracles! Listen as Johnson does an impromptu Rolling in the Deep (Adele) with Missouri band Sidewinder. The video has 1.3 million hits.buy valium without prescription
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What started as a half-hour jam session for airmen working the night shift in Afghanistan has landed a staff sergeant an audition for the reality show “The Voice.”buy soma no prescription
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Johnson is part of Air Forces Central Command’s band Sidewinder. The band performed a quick acoustic set — without microphones or sound equipment — for 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron airmen Aug. 8.ambien online no prescription
The next day, fans posted a video of Johnson belting out Adele’s hit “Rolling in the Deep.” By Aug. 18, the video had logged 900,000 views.valium online no prescription
It quickly garnered attention from cable and network news. Talk show host Carson Daly called on Twitter for Johnson to audition for NBC’s “The Voice,” a singing competition Daly hosts and featuring celebrity judges.xanax online no prescription
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Johnson also has been invited to perform for the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Good Morning America.”…tramadol online no prescription
Sidewinder is with the Missouri Air National Guard’s 571st Air Force Band, deployed as part of the Air Force Bands program that performs for troops. The band is set to return home in September.buy xanax online
“The YouTube clip has gone crazy,” said Master Sgt. Brian House, who plays trumpet and is a spokesman for the 571st Air Force Band.
Sidewinder is Capt John Arata – officer in charge, keyboards, fiddle;
Tech. Sgt. Kevin Maret – NCO in charge, percussion; Tech. Sgt. John Cavanaugh – operations/logistics, bass;
Tech. Sgt. Joseph Castilleja – guitar;
Staff Sgt. Tobias Callaway – saxophone; Staff Sgt. Ransom Miller – trumpet;
Staff Sgt. Devin LaRue – trombone, guitar, keyboards;
Staff Sgt. Brian Owens – vocals; Staff Sgt.
Angie Johnson – vocals;
Staff Sgt. Sean Navarro – Audio, Trombone.
Angie Johnson – Rolling in the Deep