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ANGEL MARY AND THE TENNESSEE WEREWOLVES SHOOT FOLSOM PRISON BLUES MUSIC VIDEO

Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves members Angel Mary, Christian Wolf, and Antoine Wolf shoot scenes for their Folsom Prison Blues music video in outlaw Jesse James’ infamous cave hideout.
ANGEL MARY AND THE TENNESSEE WEREWOLVES SHOOT FOLSOM PRISON BLUES MUSIC VIDEO WITH ALL-STAR CAST

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 9th, 2013) – Having officially released latest single Folsom Prison Blues
to radio on July 30th, rocking country family trio Angel Mary and the
Tennessee Werewolves (AMTW) left no time to waste, shooting the music
video for the single August 5th-7th. Not only does the video boast an
all-star cast – featuring cameo appearances by William Lee Golden and
Chris Golden of The Oakridge Boys, Robert Reynolds of The Mavericks,
Doug Phelps of The Kentucky Headhunters, Rob Caggiano of rock group
Volbeat, Captain Jack of Renegade Radio Nashville, and famed clothing
designer Manuel – but shot at a variety of unique locations, including
outlaw Jesse James’ infamous cave hideout and Brushy Mountain Prison.
The video also acts as a continuation of the video for their debut
single Cowboy, picking up where that video left off.

“As a country-rock group, we are honored to have such a talented and diverse group of stars contribute
and believe in what we are doing to introduce a whole new generation to
such a great, iconic Johnny Cash song,” said Antoine Wolf, member of
AMTW.

“With such a rich history surrounding Folsom Prison Blues,
it was fitting to shoot the video in such historical locations with
such great artists,” added Christian Wolf. “To be honest, locking some
of our idols up in the Brushy Mountain Prison was a whole lot of fun!”

Produced by Cash’s son John Carter Cash, the single features Carter Cash on acoustic guitar and Rob Caggiano of rock group Volbeat on electric guitar. Aside from the Cash family’s stamp of approval in producer Carter Cash, veteran radio programmer and Country Radio Hall of Fame member Ed Salamon said of the single, “You have done for that song what Elvis did for Bill Monroe’s Blue Moon Of Kentucky in Sun Studios many years ago.” The trio was also recently featured in Billboard Magazine’s article about country music’s new sound, describing AMTW as “A rocking country act, ready to turn up the volume…” and “…poised to move up the ladder and the Billboard country charts.”

“I really like them a lot because I think they’re outside the box and I think they’re trying to do things just like my dad, Sam Phillips, did with Sun Records,” said Jerry Phillips
of the trio. “He always said ‘if you’re not doing anything different,
you’re not doing anything at all’… He was never interested in going
down the same old beaten path that everybody else had gone down and I
think that’s what these people are doing. They’re taking off through the
jungle and hacking their own way through. I’m real impressed with that
and I’d much rather see that type of music come back.”

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