Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Denver, CO (September 28th, 2010)—Local punk rockers, Synthetic Elements, will be traveling to Guam starting October 24, to show their support for U.S. troops. In conjunction with Armed Forces Entertainment, the band will play three shows at two local clubs for both the Navy (Guam Naval base), and Air Force (Andersen Air Force Base).

In order to gear up for the trip, Synthetic Elements is doing a benefit concert to raise money to send care packages to the troops Sing Sing Piano Bar on October 17th, 2010. All monies raised at the concert will go to funding the purchase of care packages and sending them to U.S. troops in the middle-east. To further show their support to the armed service members and their families, the band is bringing a large amount of t-shirts and CDs to give away in Guam as well as recording footage of the pre-show as well as the tour to be used for a documentary being filmed by Synthetic Elements in partnership with UC Denver.

For more information on Synthetic Elements, please contact:
Mike Blecha

For more information on Armed Forces Entertainment, please contact:
Erini Sotirhos

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About Armed Forces Entertainment: Armed Forces Entertainment is the official Department of Defense agency for providing entertainment to U.S. military personnel serving overseas, with priority given to those in contingency operations and at remote and isolated locations. The Department of the Air Force is the executive agent of Armed Forces Entertainment. Founded in 1951, Armed Forces Entertainment brings a touch of home to more than 500,000 troops annually, embracing the best of Americana that stretches across all genres of entertainment. Visit for more information.


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