Christian. Husband. Father. Conservative. Singer.Songwriter. Entrepreneur. Patriot. “#WalkAway song guy.”
Gary Humble is what being a Real Great American is all about.
As a real estate agent in Nashville, Tennessee, Gary Humble is not afraid to risk it all in defense of our country.
Now some might argue that Tennessee may be red country so Gary Humble wasn’t taking a big risk. However, Tennessee is not exempt from demographic pockets of blue voters. Also, because of MLS listings and the Internet, real estate agents haven’t relied solely on local listings for years.
Remax sings his praises.
“Focused. Trusted. Dedicated.
Gary and his family have lived all over the country from California to New York and in between eventually finding roots right here in Middle Tennessee. Longing for life in the country and long drives alongside barns and hilly pastures, the Humbles find themselves raising a family in Williamson County…and loving every minute of it….
Gary brings a unique perspective to being a real estate agent drawing from life as an entrepreneur and also a technology and communications specialist in the non-profit world. Coming out of a career in branding and production, Gary launched a microbrewery in Grapevine, Texas and grew the company to a brand distributing throughout the state, over 25 employees and generating over $1M in revenue in its first year of business with humble beginnings in his home’s garage.”
How did Gary Humble add “nationally recognized songwriter” to his resume?
Gary explains in his press release:
New Single “I’m an American” Inspired by the #WalkAway Campaign
A late night Facebook post led to thousands of responses eventually leading to a new release by singer/songwriter, Gary Humble.
Jul 26, 2018, 10:00am EDT
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 26, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — After thousands of engagements with a post on the #WalkAway™ Campaign Facebook group, Gary Humble decided to venture into a Nashville recording studio and record his new single, “I’m an American”. The Facebook post was a video containing a song he had written that day, after being inspired by #WalkAway™ video testimonials he was seeing on his Facebook news feed. “I was so inspired by the courage of people walking away from the left in the face of criticism, losing relationships and threats,” says Humble.
The song, “I’m an American (Walk Away)”, officially releases Friday, July 27th on iTunes and all major digital music outlets. It is a call to patriotism, to honor each other in who we are as Americans and to walk away from the divisiveness and vitriol that has gripped our country in recent years. Humble says, “This country was built on diversity and free thinking. I just want my America back.”
This is Gary Humble’s first national release. He is self-admittedly just a guy that has been writing songs for the past 20 years for his own enjoyment. Currently, Humble is a real estate agent in the greater Nashville area. Humble reached out to his friend and Nashville musician, Chris Bullard, who recorded and produced the song along with Humble. Additionally, Humble was contacted by Brandon Straka, leader of the #WalkAway Campaign. “We support this release and believe that the messaging is on point with our mission. This movement continues to grow by thousands by the day. Stay tuned because there is more music to come,” says Straka. Visit http://www.imanamericansong.com for more information and links to download the song from digital music platforms.
Why did he write “I’m an American?”
He explains why on his website. Can he get an “Amen?” (worth the read)
It is hard to know where to start in describing how and why I wrote the song, “I’m an American (Walk Away).” On the one hand, it happened really fast. One night, I began seeing these #WalkAway testimonials populate my Facebook news feed and instantly, I was hooked. Quickly, I searched to find what this movement was all about and after continuing to hear the stories of everyday Americans leaving the left and no longer fearing the repercussions of following their heart towards conservatism, hope in my heart was restored. And literally twenty minutes later, I had written a song. But on the other hand, this song was a long time coming.
See, I had almost given up. It seemed as though the America that I loved and had hoped to raise my children to know had all but disappeared. Why? Division. Disunity. Hate. Our country has become so divided over the last decade. At some point I figured we would all just draw our lines in the sand. You stay on your side and I’ll stay on mine. Seemed the only plausible solution.
Let’s face it. Conservatism and Socialism are simply incompatible. There is no mingling the two. One promotes freedom and the other, tyranny.
I began my life as a Democrat, though I really didn’t know what that meant at the time. My dad is a Democrat and still is to this day. Politics is something we can’t bring up when we are in the same room together. So, at 18 I registered as a Democrat. But I never really paid attention much to politics until the tragic day of 9/11. Like many of you, I still remember that moment crystal clear. Our world changed that day. For me, I realized for the first time that people hated America. They hate freedom and everything we stand for. We do not live in a protective bubble. The life that I enjoy is in jeopardy unless we as a people stand firm in our resolve to protect our way of life. You know, I learned history when I was in school. I know of war. But in my world, 9/11 taught me emphatically that this life I enjoy is not free. It comes at a cost.
And then came Obama. We kicked off that administration with a world-wide apology tour. I was immediately disgusted. Over the next few years, I watched our nation change. Policy after policy promoting entitlements, impugning the wealthy, government run healthcare, a complete disregard the US Constitution and then a complete disregard for the American people. Who can forget Nancy Pelosi when she suggested that it’s not important we read the bill. Let’s just get this done, right?
Throughout the Obama administration, I watched as our country became more and more fundamentally divided over things that to me just seemed like common sense. But common sense didn’t matter anymore. Just the ideal. Get on the train or get off. And if you don’t like it, you are a racist, a bigot, a homophobe, a xenophobe, a misogynist and on and on and on. Now today, we have an entire generation of Americans who think that socialism is good. And God forbid we have an honest discussion about it.
And last, but certainly not least, Hillary. Is it really worth even discussing what a disaster that would have been? Needless to say, I am a conservative. I am a Constitutionalist. I am a Republican. But the label I wear most proud, I’m an American.
I could not have found a better image then the one used here to convey my thoughts and hopes for my country. That little girl in red, white and blue makes me think of our future. What of the next generation? What of my three sons and the country that will be left behind for them to live out their hopes and dreams with friends and loved ones? We must preserve this great nation for future generations. Then I look at the tombstone of Atreus Harold Kratzke (1897-1967), a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army who fought in both WWI and WWII. He is buried in the Gettysburg National Cemetery. What an elite group of American men to have fought bravely for our country in both world wars and lived to tell about it. When I think about freedom, I consider a man like Lieutenant Colonel Kratzke who literally spent a lifetime defending it.
Hearing is believing
Gary’s song is outstanding. His voice is rich. This is no home-spun viral video move, but a top notch professional piece of music.
Gary Humble has promised to donate a large portion of the proceeds from his song to the #WalkAway Campaign. For just $1.29 to download it, you can reward his patriotism and support the #WalkAway March on Washington.
He goes solo on the facebook announcement video, but you’ve got to hear it with the back-up music in all it’s glory. To hear a sample and to pay just $1.29 for your download click here….
Gary is not only a talented songwriter and vocalist, he’s also a compelling Conservative voice.
Click the image below to check out his podcast as he attempts to #WakeUp the Black community.
Gary drives home some harsh reality checks that underline how much contempt the Democrats actually have for Black Americans.
He also clarifies what the war on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is really all about. It’s Roe v Wade. Pure and simple.
With the #WalkAway movement under attack, raising awareness is more important than ever.
Face Book has restricted Brandon Straka’s #WalkAway page a third time. The Globalist tech giants are not only violating Straka’s right to free speech and to organize a peaceful protest, those associated with the #WalkAway March are being crushed too.
Gary Humble is feeling the heat as his efforts to raise funds to support the #WalkAway March and to express his love for this country are being squashed.
It is vital that we ramp up efforts to support the #WalkAway March on Washington.
In this video below, Gary explains why he believes his Twitter account has been targeted.
Since he added the WalkAway hashtag his “impressions” have plummeted. Coincidence? Decide for yourself. And if you can offer guidance to help him with this issue, he asks that you please do.
Give Gary a big shout-out!
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Don’t forget to whip out your credit card while you’re in the mood so you can support Gary’s talent and the #WalkAway March on Washington.
As you may know. Real Great Americans was “punished” for promoting the #WalkAway March on Washington by being restricted from sharing and interacting with Facebook groups. So in the event that the bars slam shut again, please share this post to get the word out. We should all be singing this together!
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Sources and links
Nashville Patch-TN blue/red 2016
#WalkAway March website