Tim Dugger to Join the NASCAR Circuit This Summer

Tim Dugger to Join the NASCAR Circuit This Summer

Playing shows in conjunction with races nation-wide 

NASHVILLE,
Tenn. (July 10, 2013) – The roar of the engines meets the roar of the
crowd as Sidewalk Recording artist Tim Dugger performs throughout the
NASCAR racing season all summer long.

Few things go
hand in hand like NASCAR Racing and Country Music.  Tim Dugger has
built strong friendships with many of NASCAR’s top stars including
Danica Patrick, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Brad
Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Kasey Kahne, Michael Waltrip, Austin & Ty
Dillon and Ricky Stenhouse just to name a few.  The drivers routinely
make appearances at his shows, and Tim is a frequent guest in the NASCAR
Garage. The ability to not only see Dugger’s show but to get up close
with the sport’s top stars makes the Tim Dugger racetrack concerts a
must see for race fans.

Through his
power-packed live show and down to earth songwriting, it is Tim Dugger’s
real life approach that is connecting with NASCAR drivers and fans
alike.  This season, more fans will get a chance to see that in person
as Tim Dugger continues his 2013 tour with several newly announced shows
at NASCAR races.

The tour
kicked off with stops at Pocono Raceway along with the Daytona
International Speedway, and the next stop includes the New Hampshire
Speedway Fan Festival on July 11th.  This event will kick off the NASCAR
Sprint Cup and Nationwide series race weekend at New Hampshire and will
include driver appearances and fan contests.

Dugger performs at the Iowa Speedway on July 13th, an event scheduled at the conclusion of the NASCAR truck series race.

On July 25th, fans can catch Dugger performing at the NASCAR Brickyard 400 during the hauler parade.

On August
9th, Dugger will be rolling in to Watkins Glen Speedway to sing an
infield concert in conjunction with the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series
race and will also perform the national anthem at the race on August
11th.

Come
mid-August, Tim will be performing as part of the inaugural Nationwide
Series Race at Mid-Ohio on August 16th. The following day, August 17th,
he will head up to Michigan to perform at the Michigan International
Speedway.

Nearing the
end of summer, Tim Dugger will be performing at the Bristol Motor
Speedway on August 22-24.  He will be playing Thursday August 22nd as
part of the Food City Race Festival, one of the largest events with an
average attendance of 50,000.  Fans will enjoy a signing with Tim
alongside top drivers. Tim will close out the epic weekend on August
23rd and August 24th, playing at the Bristol Motor Speedway Guest
Welcome Village Stage.

For more information on Tim Dugger, please visit: http://www.timdugger.com

ABOUT TIM DUGGER:
A die-hard
NASCAR fan, Tim developed a loyal fan base in the country music clubs
surrounding the race circuit.  Dugger got to meet Mike Curb at Daytona
and got to hand him a CD—that was the beginning of his career. From
there he was signed to CURB Records, and now resides on the imprint
label, Sidewalk Records. Tim’s musical influences reflect his love of
traditional country music, like Merle Haggard, Gene Watson and Vern
Gosdin. Tim’s own music reflects his passion for a great country lyric,
and his debut album will offer the proven production genius of Jim Ed
Norman, whose long list of credits include The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt
and Kenny Rogers. Dugger takes pride in the fact that he is a
singer-songwriter, and that he writes songs that are relatable and
connect with his loyal fans.

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