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Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves
Well this is certainly a band with an interesting name. I've never heard of Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves, but they're releasing a new single to radio today so maybe I'll be hearing more about them in the future.  

You can listen to their very....uhmm....hard rock country, I guess you could call it, new single being released to radio today called Cowboy here. You can also visit their website here to learn more about them. 

Full press release after the jump....

Country rebels Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves rock radio waves this summer with their debut single "Cowboy" released June 26th.

This is the first single to be officially released from the family made trio and they couldn't be more excited. "We have always loved the outlaws in old western movies and country music...like Johnny Cash and the Kentucky HeadHunters," said AMTW. "This song is the girl version of Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy by Big & Rich."

Raised in Hendersonville, TN, AMTW's musical roots are deeply planted in southern soul and country grit. On top of being surrounded by music since their upbringing, Kentucky HeadHunters front man and Grammy-Award winning producer, Doug Phelps, has acted as a musical mentor for the band. Phelps collaborated on two tracks for their debut EP and is featured in a duet for the lead single "Cowboy."

AMTW are already making an impact on country radio. "Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves are a blast in the studio as well as on stage," said Jack Aponte (Captain Jack) from Renegade Radio Nashville. "I look for BIG things from them; their style of Country Music adds another amazing sound to the format, YOU WILL LOVE IT!!!"

Recently, AMTW took part in the 2012 CMA Music Festival. Along with a head-turning appearance on the CMA red carpet at the event, the group signed autographs and met with

fans in the Fan Fair Hall at the Kentucky HeadHunters booth. The trio will also be the opening act for Richie Owens & the Farm Bureau at the Plaza Theatre in Glasgow, KY Saturday, July 21st at 6pm. Owens is well known for his work as a producer and band member for legendary country music icon, Dolly Parton.

AMTW's passion for the entertainment industry is undeniably identifiable. With multiple TV show appearances, movie roles, and campaign ads under their belts, taking the stage comes as second nature. Realizing quickly that family blood ran deep; the trio banded their musical talents together and made their career an official goal in 2011. Continuing to craft material for their full album and working hand in hand with the Kentucky HeadHunters, Angel Mary & the Tennessee Werewolves is sure to turn heads with their debut single, "Cowboy."

 

 

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