Houston, TX – July 26, 2021 – The Tennessee Werewolves are continuing their latest round of post-pandemic concerts with live performances at The Whiskey and The Canyon. The band is opening for Tommy Vext at the world-famous Whiskey a Go-Go on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, July 30 and also opening for The Marshall Tucker Band at The Canyon in Agoura Hills on August 1.
Thrilled to be back on the road after a year-long break due to the pandemic, Tennessee Werewolves are howling their way back to the stage. Last month, the southern rockers magnetized the crowd during their set at Country Fest in Wisconsin where they opened for Dierks Bentley. Regardless of the mask mandate taking effect in Los Angeles County, the band is looking forward to performing live for their fans.
Popular amongst rockers and country music lovers, the band’s broad appeal to both groups demonstrates their versatility. From the beautiful, low-key country ballad, “Amy’s Gone” to their more fiery, “Folsom Prison Blues featuring Rob Caggiano,” Tennessee Werewolves’ genuine southern charm and rockstar mentality are impossible to deny.
For tickets to the show at The Whisky and The Canyon visit www.whiskyagogo.com and www.wheremusicmeetsthesoul.com/canyon-agoura-hills
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