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ARTIST JORDAN ANDERSON AIDS IN VETERAN HEALING 


The Singer-Songwriter Teams Up With a Veteran To Tell Story Through Songwriting
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 23, 2014) - As country recording artist and songwriter Jordan Anderson continues to watch her current single, American Dream, climb the country charts, she spent the weekend helping those that have made that American dream possible as a featured writer at Singing Their Stories - a clinic provided by Soldiers and Families Embraced to give soldiers, veterans and their families an opportunity to tell their stories through songwriting. Held at the Scarritt-Bennett Center in downtown Nashville Sept. 19-21 and sponsored by Shofner Vision Center, military members were paired with songwriters to write songs in an effort to promote mental and emotional healing. Anderson was paired with fellow writer Jan Buckingham to help tell veteran Jessica Sheley's story.
 
"I was nervous headed into the weekend," said Anderson. "I can't imagine what these veterans and their families have experienced, so I knew hearing their stories would be tough. What I didn't expect was the emotional fulfillment I found in taking part in this event. It was truly an honor to be a part of this experience - an experience I have a hard time even putting into words."
 
American Dream, which Anderson penned along with fellow writer James Dean Hicks, is currently at #43 on the Music Row chart, and #53 on the Billboard Indicator chart. It's also spent seven weeks at #1 on the New Music Weekly independent chart and, this week, entered the top 10 on the magazine's main chart.

ARTIST LINDSAY LAWLER TO CONCLUDE HIGHWAY ANGEL TRUCK STOP TOUR IN NASHVILLE 


Tour Puts Spotlight On Good Deeds and Hard Work Of Professional Truck Drivers
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 16, 2014) - After four-and-a-half months on the road with the 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour, country recording artist Lindsay Lawler will conclude this year's tour on Thursday, September 25, beginning at 6 pm, at the TravelCenters of America (TA) location in downtown Nashville. The concert - free and open to the public - will sport a fall festival theme, complete with food, beverages, and cotton candy and popcorn machines, and will include a live radio remote by Renegade Radio Nashville.
 
"Last year's tour finale in Nashville was a blast," said Lawler. "It was great to see our sponsors, friends, peers and drivers come out and support what we've worked so hard to achieve. I'm looking forward to an even bigger tour finale concert this year."
 
The tour, designed to promote a better trucking industry image by increasing the public's exposure to TCA's Highway Angel program, has seen a total of 18 performances, 14 taking place at TA and Petro locations across the country. Each stop has featured an hour-long acoustic performance from atop a flatbed truck stage (provided by Fikes Truck Line). This year's tour has been hosted by TA and sponsored by Schneider, Wholesale Truck and Finance, Prime, Inc., Tennant Truck Lines and Roehl Transport.
 
Launched in August 1997, the Highway Angel program has recognized hundreds of drivers for the unusual kindness, courtesy, and courage they have shown others while on the job. To nominate a driver or learn more about the program and its honorees, visit the Highway Angel Web page at www.truckload.org/Highway-Angel or Facebook page at on.fb.me/tcanews.
 
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for next year's Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler, please contact Elise Anderson at elise@nashvillemusicmedia.com or visit www.truckstoptour.com.

COUNTRY RECORDING ARTIST LINDSAY LAWLER FINDS A FAN IN FORMER PRESS SECRETARY 

Lawler's Music Strikes a Chord With FOX News The Five Co-Host Dana Perino

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 11, 2014) - After several weeks on the road supporting and entertaining the trucking industry in her 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour, country recording artist Lindsay Lawler made a stop in Washington D.C. on Tuesday - this time to support the remembrance of fallen soldiers at the Truckload Carriers Association's Wreaths Across America Gala and Fundraiser at the Washington Grand Hyatt. Kicking off the event with a performance of the National Anthem, Lawler later treated the audience to an hour-long acoustic set. Attendees included Pilot Flying J, Prime Inc., TravelCenters of America (TA), Wholesale Truck and Finance, Cargo Transporters, and Tennant Trucklines, among others. But perhaps the most notable attendee of the night was the event's keynote speaker, former press secretary and current FOX News Channel (FNC) The Five co-host Dana Perino.
 
"My parents back in Texas are a big fan of Dana's work, both for former President Bush and as co-host on The Five," said Lawler. "She's every bit as kind, intelligent and classy as you'd expect her to be. For her to in-turn admire my music is such a compliment."
 
A compliment indeed. Not only did Perino thank Lawler for her signed EP during the night's keynote speech, but she included Lawler's self-penned Highway Angel during Wednesday's episode of The Five. In a tweet posted shortly after her gala performance, Perino stated, "Lindsay Lawler sang a new song she wrote today, 'One Mile at a Time' at the @WreathsAcross gala in DC. Would be a hit."
 
The gala raised over $250,000 for Wreaths Across America, an organization established to remember fallen soldiers through the placement of holiday wreaths on veteran graves at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as veteran cemeteries across the country.
 
Lawler's 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour will resume next week, with stops in North Little Rock and West Memphis on the 16th and 18th, and will conclude with a finale performance at the TA in downtown Nashville on September 25th beginning at 6 pm.
 

WHOLESALE TRUCK AND FINANCE TO SPONSOR HIGHWAY ANGEL TRUCK STOP TOUR WITH LINDSAY LAWLER FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR 

Tour To Highlight Stories Of Professional Truck Drivers Honored For Good Deeds
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 12, 2014) - A leader in commercial trucking industry financing, Wholesale Truck and Finance has signed on to sponsor the 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler for the second consecutive year.
 
Wholesale Truck and Finance (WTF) operates as the commercial trucking industry’s premiere financing company serving owner operators and small fleets. WTF prides itself on long-term commitments to its clients. Treating clients as partners, the Auburn Hills, Michigan-based company understands the needs of the trucking industry and works to enable and ensure long-term business growth and stability, helping owner-operators and small fleets make important business decisions, plan for the future and structure truck equipment financing.
 
“We are once again extremely excited to support the Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour and Lindsay Lawler," said David Strand, president of WTF. "We will gladly support any opportunity to raise awareness of the everyday heroes that make up the OTR truck driver industry. The stories that come out of the Highway Angel program are truly miraculous and any opportunity we have to give back to these heroes, we will graciously take. Lindsay is a true professional who is passionate about this cause, which makes it very easy to lend our support.”
 
The tour, designed to promote a better trucking industry image by increasing the public's exposure to the Truckload Carrier's Association's Highway Angel program, kicked off on May 21st at TravelCenters of America's Knoxville West location. Each stop features an hour-long acoustic performance by Highway Angel spokesperson and country recording artist Lindsay Lawler from atop her flatbed truck stage (provided by Fikes Truck Line), as well as a live broadcast component. All tour stops are posted on the tour's official website,www.truckstoptour.com, and are subject to change.
 
Launched in August 1997, the Highway Angel program has recognized hundreds of drivers for the unusual kindness, courtesy, and courage they have shown others while on the job. To nominate a driver or learn more about the program and its honorees, visit the Highway Angel Web page at www.truckload.org/Highway-Angel or Facebook page at on.fb.me/tcanews.
 
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler, please contact Elise Anderson at elise@nashvillemusicmedia.com or visit www.truckstoptour.com.

SCHNEIDER SIGNS ON TO SPONSOR HIGHWAY ANGEL TRUCK STOP TOUR WITH LINDSAY LAWLER 


Tour To Put Spotlight On Good Deeds and Hard Work Of Professional Truck Drivers 

 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 30, 2014) - "Where can orange take you?" is the question Schneider regularly poses to all potential and current members of its Green Bay, WI-based work force. For country recording artist and Highway Angel spokesperson Lindsay Lawler, the answer to that question is simple: "On a truck stop tour!" With her 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour officially underway, Lawler couldn't be more thrilled to sport orange and support the company, which recently signed on as the first official sponsor of the tour.
 
"A few weeks ago, I made the trip to Schneider's headquarters to learn more about the company and what it stands for," said Lawler. "There's such a unique culture at Schneider. It feels like family... The opportunities that come with its sponsorship of our tour are endless and we've already worked up some incredible offerings to those that make it out to our tour stop locations."
 
"We're joining forces with Lindsay as she celebrates and honors some of the hardest working, most authentic people in America--professional truck drivers," says Rob Reich, VP at Schneider. "Lindsay's music and her messages are a great reminder of how important this profession is to our quality of life and to keeping the wheels of commerce moving in this country. Sponsoring her Truck Stop Tour allows us to connect with drivers and gives Schneider the opportunity to say 'thank you' in a fun, creative way."
 
As part of its sponsorship, the company has equipped Lawler with a brand new tour vehicle, wrapped to promote Schneider, Lawler and the tour.
 
Designed to promote a better trucking industry image by increasing the public's exposure to the Truckload Carriers Association's (TCA) Highway Angel program, the tour will consist of 18 stops, including 14 at TA/Petro locations in Alabama, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, Virginia, and other states. Each stop features an hour-long acoustic performance by Lawler - the official Highway Angel spokesperson - from atop her flatbed truck stage (provided by Fikes Truck Line), as well as a live broadcast radio component. All tour stops are posted on the tour's official website, www.truckstoptour.com, and are subject to change.
 
Launched in August 1997, the Highway Angel program has recognized hundreds of drivers for the unusual kindness, courtesy, and courage they have shown others while on the job. To nominate a driver or learn more about the program and its honorees, visit the Highway Angel Web page at www.truckload.org/Highway-Angel or Facebook page at on.fb.me/tcanews.

OFFICIAL HIGHWAY ANGEL TRUCK STOP TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED  


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 13, 2014) - Hosted by TravelCenters of America LLC, the 2014 Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler schedule is set to take place as follows:
 
Wed., May 21, 2014: Knoxville, TN TA - 9am and 12pm EST
Sat., May 24, 2014: Edmond Jazz & Blues Festival, Oklahoma City, OK - 6:30pm CST
Tues., May 27, 2014: Slidell, LA TA - 6pm CST
Fri., June 6, 2014: Joplin, MO Petro - 6:30pm CST
Fri., June 13, 2014: Raphine, VA Petro - 7pm EST
Sat., June 21, 2014: Rogers, MN TA - 4pm CST
Wed., June 25, 2014: Wytheville, VA TA - 5pm EST
Thur., July 11, 2014: Walcott, IA TA - 5:30pm CST
Thur., July 17, 2014: Lodi, OH TA - 6pm CST
Fri., July 25, 2014: Wells, NV Petro - 6pm MST
Sat., Aug. 16, 2014: Mobile, AL TA - 12pm CST
Thur., Aug. 21-Sat., Aug. 23, 2014: GATS - Dallas, TX
Wed., Aug. 27, 2014: Fultonville, NY TA - 6pm EST
Thur., Sept. 4, 2014: Tuscaloosa, AL TA - 6pm CST
Thur., Sept. 18, 2014: West Memphis, AR Petro - 6pm CST
Thur., Sept. 25, 2014: Nashville, TN TA - 6pm CST
 
The tour, designed to promote a better trucking industry image through the exposure of the TCA's Highway Angel program, kicks off along with a live remote by Q100 - 100.3FM WCYQ at the Knoxville West TA location on May 21st at 9am EST.
 
Each stop features an hour-long acoustic performance by Highway Angel spokesperson and country recording artist Lindsay Lawler from atop her flatbed truck stage (provided by Fikes Truck Line), as well as a live broadcast radio component. All tour stops are posted on the tour's official website, 
www.truckstoptour.com, and are subject to change.
 
Launched in August 1997, the Highway Angel program has recognized hundreds of drivers for the unusual kindness, courtesy, and courage they have shown others while on the job. To nominate a driver or learn more about the program and its honorees, visit the Highway Angel Web page at 
www.truckload.org/Highway-Angel or Facebook page at on.fb.me/tcanews.
 
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler, please contact Elise Anderson at 
elise@nashvillemusicmedia.com or visit www.truckstoptour.com.
 

COUNTRY NEWCOMER JORDAN ANDERSON PERFORMS TO PRESERVE HISTORY 


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 8, 2014) - For those that have heard artist Jordan Anderson's music, it's clear she has quite the voice. But to those attending the Tips for Tuscaloosa event at Billy's Sports Grill on Wednesday night in Northport, it became evident the Kent Wells Productions artist has quite the heart as well.



Joining several other songwriters, Anderson performed originals "Please Don't", "American Dream" and "Started With a Smile" to raise money for the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society - a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Tuscaloosa County's heritage. Hosted by fellow artists Hope Cassity and Victoria Camp, the round is one of many in Cassity's Tips 4 Our Town campaign, which connects live music events with non-profits to raise money for community needs.



"I have such a passion for both music and giving back - to pair the two only seems natural," said Anderson. "I'm thankful I was asked to be a part of an event benefiting such a great town."



Anderson's new single "American Dream" released to country radio last week. Her previous single "Please Don't" hit top 30 on the Music Row chart, landing at #28 after just 13 weeks.



For upcoming performance details, or to learn more about Tips 4 Our Town, visit f
acebook.com/tips4ourtown.

ARTIST LINDSAY LAWLER TO KICK OFF SECOND TRUCK STOP TOUR  


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 5, 2014) - "On the road again..." Country recording artist and Highway Angel program spokesperson Lindsay Lawler will hit the road later this month for her second consecutive Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour - and TravelCenters of America LLC (TA) has just announced its reprised role as host to this year's series of events. The tour, designed to promote a better trucking industry image through the exposure of the Truckload Carriers Association's (TCA) Highway Angel program, will kick off later this month at the Knoxville West TA location on May 21st beginning at 9 am. Spanning five months (the tour will wrap in late September), performances will also take place in Nevada, Alabama, Virginia, New York and Minnesota.
 
"The TCA's goal of putting the spotlight on great deeds by the professional truck driving community through the Highway Angel program is consistent with what we do each day," said Tom O'Brien, President and CEO of TravelCenters of America, LLC. "Like the TCA, we promote all that is good about our industry and Lindsay's concerts provide a way for all of us to say 'thank you' to our customers through her unique musical and vocal talent."
 
"We saw a lot of success with last year's tour," said Lawler of the tour's initial run in 2013. "We had so many drivers come to each location, thrilled that they hadn't been forgotten and feeling like finally someone noticed and was rewarding their hard work. It's a great feeling being able to provide free music and entertainment to some of the hardest working men and women our nation has to offer."
 
Another tour objective for the country artist? Rebuilding relations between the trucking and country music industries.
 
"Country music and trucking used to be synonymous with one another. While the country music industry continues to sing of the hardworking, middle-class man or woman just trying to live the American dream - by all means a definition of those working in the trucking industry - the relationship between the two declined at some point. I'd love to see it prosper once again."
 
Each tour stop features an hour-long acoustic performance by Highway Angel spokesperson Lindsay Lawler from atop her flatbed truck stage (provided by Fikes Truck Line), as well as a live broadcast radio component. All tour stops are posted on the tour's official website,
www.truckstoptour.com, and are subject to change.
 
Launched in August 1997, the Highway Angel program has recognized hundreds of drivers for the unusual kindness, courtesy, and courage they have shown others while on the job. To nominate a driver or learn more about the program and its honorees, visit the Highway Angel Web page at
www.truckload.org/Highway-Angel or Facebook page at on.fb.me/tcanews.
 
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the Highway Angel Truck Stop Tour with Lindsay Lawler, please contact Elise Anderson at
elise@nashvillemusicmedia.com or visit www.truckstoptour.com.
 

RUSSELL CROWE'S 'TONIGHT SHOW' PERFORMANCE BEING COMPARED TO ANGEL MARY AND THE TENNESSEE WEREWOLVES 



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 2, 2014) - What could a famous Aussie actor and a country rock trio from Tennessee possibly have in common? More than one would think, as it turns out. Russell Crowe's Thursday Tonight Show performance of Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues - the same song Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves released for their last single - is being compared to the group's version by country radio stations nationwide.
 
"Don't quit your day job, luckily it pays well," said K99 Asheville personality Roger McCoy of Crowe's performance. "If you want to hear a great cover of Folsom Prison, then make sure to check out rising country trio Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves."
 
To see 99.9 Kiss Country's comparison of the two videos, click 
here
 
Photo (from left to right): Angel Mary, Christian Wolf and Antoine Wolf during the shooting of their video for Folsom Prison Blues.

 

ANGEL MARY AND THE TENNESSEE WEREWOLVES ATTEND BROADCAST GREAT'S BOOK SIGNING 




NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 31, 2014)
 - Like a true wolf pack supporting their own, country's latest trio Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves (AMTW) was 
on-hand to support veteran broadcaster and Country Radio Hall of Fame member Ed Salamon during a recent book signing at Two Old Hippies Nashville for his new book,WHN: When New York City Went Country. In the book, the former WHN program director chronicles the station's move from a middle-of-the-road format to "Easy Lovin' Country" and eventual rise to the most listened to country station of all time.

"What a great read with great behind the scenes stories," said Antoine Wolf, singer and bassist for AMTW. "And what a bold move - daring to bring country music to NYC and succeeding at becoming #1 in the business! With that kind of attitude, as well as the support he's shown us over the years, we consider Ed a lifetime member of our wolf pack!"

The relationship between Salamon and AMTW has always been one of mutual respect and support: 
He praised the trio at his signing, saying, "That Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves makes me wish I was back in radio so I could play their music." 
 
Recently named the new face of fellow recording artist John Rich's (Big & Rich) new clothing line, Redneck Riviera, AMTW is preparing for the release of their yet-to-be-announced new single, due at radio in late spring. The trio will also be kicking off their 2014 tour, which includes two New York performances - Thunder Bash (presented by Thunder 102) at The Monticello Casino and Racetrack on April 26th, and the Hudson Valley Ribfest (presented by 107.3 WRWD) on August 15th.

Photo (from left to right): Christian Wolf, Ed Salamon, Angel Mary and Antoine Wolf.
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