Sergeant Corrin Campbell, featured performer of Army Musical Outreach, might just have the best job in the world. As an independent artist Campbell was apprehensive at first about becoming the main melody maker for the U.S. Army, but was pleasantly surprised to learn that the Army's musical vision mirrored her own. "I was afraid that maybe they'd want me to write songs about things they wanted me to write," she tells Fuse, "but they really embraced the songs that I write about my life."

As a soldier doubling as an entertainer, the native Minnesotan has been afforded worldly opportunities many musicians spend their careers dreaming about: backing up Wynonna Judd at the 2003 Army Birthday Ball, opening for Robin Williams, Ted Nugent and Toby Keith on their USO tour stop in Baghdad, and even releasing two full length albums and two EPs. 

The benchmarks in Campbell's music career don't stop there. This summer she and her band join Juliet Simms, Koo Kangaroo, Memphis May Fire, Motion City Soundtrack and more on the entire Vans Warped Tour. "People were kind of surprised that the Army was going to be at Warped Tour because they see the Army as kind of rigid, or like [only] one kind of person joins the Army. But the reason why we're here, I think, is to demonstrate that that's exactly not the case," Corrin explains of her presence on the tour. "The Army kind of represents the population of the entire country, and where better a place to find adversity than at Warped Tour? I think we actually fit in here quite well."

To catch Sergeant Campbell and her band this summer, find all Warped Tour dates here.