Remedy Drive is a rock band out of Nashville, TN. The band has been playing between 80 and 150 concerts a year for the last decade while cutting an astounding 8 studio recordings. For the past several years Remedy Drive has partnered with abolitionist organization, The Exodus Road, to shine a light on the international pandemic of human trafficking. The most recent album Commodity is a concept album on justice issues including child soldiers and sex trafficking. David Zach, the band’s lead singer, is a volunteer undercover operative with the organization and spends time overseas in an effort to find evidence of underage girls and boys for sale in the red-light districts of major cities in Southeast Asia. The band’s fan base and community have helped fund raids and sting operations that result in the freedom of some of these girls and boys as well as the arrests of the traffickers in cartels and crime syndicates. The band has realized their goal of turning an ordinary concert into “counter trafficking event” where ordinary human beings are recruited into the arena of action for justice.