The Wall

Jeff Rach 

I’m an addicted musician. I write music to help express what I’m going through. My addiction has prevented me from breaking out of my garage and living my dream as a songwriter. I’ve always felt music was my gift to the world. But haven’t shared it with the world in the capacity I’d like.

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So I had the great pleasure of meeting Wes and Sonny in December of 2015 in Washington DC for the Air Force Wounded Warrior event. I was injured back in September of 2014 and this was my first trip since injury. Rock to Recovery helped me to pick up the guitar again. I had played and toured for 14 years before joining the Air Force but stopped after my injury. If it wasn’t for Wes and Sonny I wouldn’t be where I’m at in my recovery with music. This program was the reason for me to finally pick up the axe again and start wailing. Thank you Wes and Sonny! Your program works wonders.


I am so impressed with the amount of musical talent and recovery time that your team carries. This is an amazing organization and I look forward to the future prospect of meeting some of you! Keep up the amazing journey!!


I look forward to my rock to recovery group every Thursday with Clinton he’s very patient with me and my group teaching us to create and come together.


Just read the interview Wesley did with Guitar World. Didn’t know it was “Wes” from (the original) Hed p.e., but clicked on it anyways. It’s really cool to see someone who I pretty much idolized damn near 20 years ago doing something even more awesome now (and who is the reason I started playing Ibanez guitars, from seeing him and some other guitarists in these ads in Guitar World from probably ’00) Music is something that has always meant a lot to me, and when I was getting clean I was honestly worried that I wouldn’t be able to listen to some music I loved because of the associations I had created between them and using. Now that I have some time clean under my belt, some of those songs remind me of the hell I was in when I was using and strengthen my resolve to stay clean (and some I just realized suck when you listen to them sober) Anyways, I never really type anything like this online but reading that interview kind of inspired me. Kudos to everyone involved with this group and I will honestly try and help however I am able.

Sara From Dubai 

I’ll never forget how much fun I’ve had with Rock To Recovery. Wes is so Rad !!

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