Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves Perform to help Battle Buddies.
Nashville, Tenn. (July 16, 2014) – Angel Mary & the Tennessee Werewolves are heading up to Youngstown, Ohio to perform at a benefit show for The Battle Buddy Foundation.
On July 26th, 2014, Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves will be performing at a show At Rodeo for the Battle Buddy Foundation.
The show is the Red-White and Blue BBQ Show at Rodeo Music Hall
Benefit for the Battle Buddy Foundation.
The Cody Gibson Band is opening for Angel Mary & the Tennessee Werewolves
The Battle Buddy Foundation mission statement says, “The Battle Buddy Foundation is dedicated to promoting a higher quality of LIFE, assisting with the LIBERTY of independent living, and aiding in the PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS for Disabled Veterans as they transition to civilian life.
You can buy tickets here.
This is a great cause. Doors open at 8:00 p.m.
About AMTW: Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves is a sensational new Country family trio who bring a rebel yell to country music.
With the cool collective sounds of old fashion Dixie roots, bluegrass picking, Haggard styled lyrics and rocking high energy vocals, holding your feet still during a performance is not possible.
The band consists of Angel Mary on lead vocals and guitar, Christian Wolf on vocals and drums, and Antoine Wolf on vocals and bass guitar. Make no mistake about it, this is a Family tradition," pass the biscuits please. " Angel Mary, Christian Wolf and Antoine Wolf are all related. The band may just have wolf in their blood as it certainly is carried forth in their surname.
Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves push forward on their music endeavors by thinking, reaching, stepping and even jumping out of the box. While the band name might seem obvious to some, there is some back story about it. The lead singer Mary was born prematurely and it was not known if should would survive her infancy. They started calling her “Angel Mary,” because of that and it just took. Now their last name is Wolf but that is not the only reason they became the werewolves. That part of their name is derived from the Johnny Cash song, "Beast in Me," from his American Recordings Album which sparked the band to record Folsom Prison Blues, a song they hold close to heart.
Not only has AMTW recorded this new epic single at the Cash Cabin where the American Recordings Album was recorded, they also had John Carter Cash co-produce the single and play an acoustic track, surely giving it the "Cash" stamp of approval.
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