Nashville, TN (Top40 Charts/ PLA Media)
Country rebels Angel
Mary & the Tennessee Werewolves were thrilled to make their debut at CMA Fest 2012. The family made trio stayed busy signing autographs and meeting new fans Friday in the Fan Fair Hall at the Kentucky HeadHunters booth. AMTW also sported jewelry in the hall from the elite Santa Monica
born brand King Baby. The Nashville Branch, King Baby South, recently opened a store in Nashville's Gulch and endorses celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Rhianna, and Uma Thurman.
"We were so grateful to be a part of CMA Fest, said Angel. "Meeting fans is the best part of what we do and we owe everything to them!"
Kentucky HeadHunter front man and Grammy-Award winning producer, Doug Phelps shared the HeadHunter booth with AMTW for signing on Friday. Not only does Phelps mentor the group, but he also collaborated on two tracks and is featured on a duet on AMTW's debut EP.
Mary'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. Raised in Hendersonville, TN by a family engulfed in
music, the passion for performing only blossomed in Angel, Christian, and Antoine. 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."