Officer Jay Dirks Releases “Our Hearts Bleed Blue” In Honor Of ALL Police Officers


This morning Detroit Sgt. Ken Steil is being laid to rest after he passed from complications after being shot in the line of duty. He leaves behind a wife and 2 small children. Sgt. Steil has become part of a growing trend of violence between the public and the police. It’s time to stop!

Chuck, Rachael and Grunwald talked with Jay Dirks, a Dallas based Federal Police Officer, wrote and sung this beautiful song called Our Hearts Bleed Blue.

Aside from being a country singer, Dirks is a sworn Federal Law Enforcement Officer in San Angelo, TX. He understands first-hand the hardships that police officers are facing today and wants to give back to his close knit brother and sisterhood in any way possible. Jay feels very strongly about donating 100% of the digital sales from this song to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation. As Jay said many times, “there is no amount of money to help those families deal with the pain of losing a loved one who has given the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country to preserve our safety and way of life.”

*The Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation is an inclusive organization designed to assist the immediate families of “fallen officers” critically injured or killed in the line-of-duty in the Dallas/Ft. Worth region.
Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation Website | 214-821-3479

Here is a clip of the song

To purchase and download the full song, GO HERE! It’s only $0.99!! 100% of the proceeds from the song will go to the

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