John G. Franklin
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John G. Franklin

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The best kept secret in music


"Upcoming Realease of CD"

3PR is pleased to announce the release of American Heroes "Songs for the Soldiers" a compilation CD of original independent music. We have put together a collection of uplifting and inspirational music from some of the best independent artists around the country to send to U.S. troops abroad. The compilation contains 20 tracks of holiday and inspirational music from all genres. 1000 copies of the CD have been sent to the troops as part of care packages sent through Keystone Soldiers, a wonderful charitable organization in the Pennsylvania area. You can visit them at:

Kyle Lords is the founder of Keystone Soldiers and all year long she sends care packages and letters to the troops. She is a very inspirational lady and has done wonderful things for our troops all around the world! We will be donating 20% of the proceeds to Keystone Soldiers to continue their work in the new year and continue to send packages to the troops, who truly look forward to and appreciate them.

Music for Troops, Inc., also has two songs from the American Heroes CD available for free download to members of our armed forces at the link:

American Heroes is currently available for purchase at as well as many of the popular digital download sites.

Look for a Summer 2007 American Heroes event!!!

The CD is at CDBABY and ready to sell, and also going to digital distribution as well. The link for CDBABY is:

The Apple iTunes link will be:
****Go to the Photos section to view the CD covers.**** - 3 Point Records


A Woman Unequaled ~ This song received airplay on 94.1 KMPS in Seattle, WA


****Go to the Press link for CD release information****
****Go to the Photos section to view the CD covers****


Feeling a bit camera shy


I am the oldest son in a family of ten children and I was raised in a loving, moderately strict household. I had an average, normal childhood. I grew up listening to REO Speedwagon and Journey and loving to sing but too afraid to be heard. Attending high school in Texas was the biggest waste of time until I joined the show choir, Tribe. While in Texas I also embraced country music. After high school I went straight to college in Missouri. I graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1996 with my Bachelors of Fine Art in Painting.

Dissatisfied with my life after graduation, I went to South Korea for three years to teach English. I met my wife, married and came back in 2000. I have recently written and recorded the two tracks posted in the Audio section above. I continue to write and I look forward to recording again soon.

Thanks for listening!