|New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
To say that excitement is in the air for Neal Phillips and David
Dorr of the Florida based Americana band Spayed Koolie would be an understatement.
The guys have just inked a touring and artist management agreement with power house promoters Bread
and Circuses plus the group's brand new album, Ashtray Change, hit turn tables on April 2nd with the expert guidance of Americana radio promotion expert Mr. Bill Wence.
Neal Phillips, the band's fiddle player extraordinaire comments, "Signing a tour deal with Bread
& Circuses is a great step in the right direction for Spayed Koolie. We now have growth opportunities planned through 2019, and the feedback at Runaway Country, which featured country music fans from around the world, was tremendous. As an independent band, our goal is to keep growing and expanding our brand and sound to as many audiences as possible, and we would love to support other artists as well."
Dorr, the band's lead singer and guitar man, shares the following about the new release making its way to radio stations and publications, "It's about dog gone time that we get it out there. With the much needed push by Quickdraw records it's finally coming to fruition. I couldn't be more excited…."