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Jannel Rap / Press

"Jannel Rap is the Founder of GINA for Missing Persons FOUNDation, an organization devoted to helping gain attention for missing people around the world through the help of talented entertainers."

"I'd look up at the moon and think that if I could just scream loud enough for her to hear me, maybe we could find her," Rap said Monday. Now, six years after Gina Bos' disappearance, singer-songwriter Rap has launched the Squeaky Wheel Tour to raise awareness of missing people.

“Clementine is most known for their musical and lyrical hooks and their unique vocal sound reminiscent of the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Crosby Stills Nash and Young. Clementine has shared the stage with Hal Ketchum, Louden Wainwright, Nickel Creek and more.”

“A local Whittier family of musicians kick off the Squeaky Wheel Tour to aid GINA for Missing Persons Foundation at 6:30 p.m. October 17th...”

“In an international effort to get the word out about missing persons, and to show their faces to the public again, a group of musicians is traveling the country playing music and being as loud as they can be.”

“Blending the authentic Americana sounds of Bonnie Raitt and Gram Parsons with the timeless melodic craft of the Eagles, Clementine is all about wonderful vocals, strong musicianship and compelling songwriting.”

“100's of Artists Banding Together in Events Across the U.S., Eight Countries to Reach Over 150 Missing People and Bring ONE Home... ”

"When you're the parent or family of a missing person, your time is not your own because when anything pops up, you drop what you're doing and you go and do whatever you have to do to try to find that person," she said.

“Actually, it was more of a country song that was performed before Wednesday night's Holiday Bowl in San Diego by Jannel Rap of Anaheim”

“With the inception of the Squeaky Wheel Tour, Rap, who is a member of the tour's headliner band Clementine, said her hope is to bring media attention to missing people whose circumstances surrounding their disappearance are not deemed "lurid" or "dramatic" enough to receive national attention. ”

“As the days turned into months, Rap decided on using entertainment to get attention for the missing...”

“The song wrote itself, she said, after a supermarket clerk recently remarked to her, "Aren't you glad the rain is finally gone?''”

“At the concerts, Rap said that people are moved by what Clementine is doing. “They’re amazed that this band would make this mission, when it is not their sister missing,” she said. “They are amazed they would sacrifice this much.””