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 Angel Mary and The Tennessee Werewolves

"Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves"
 
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Who are they? They are.. "Angel Mary and The Tennessee Werewolves"

Where did they come from? Who knows? You try to figure it out. They only come out at night so it's hard to track them down.

Bring back some old school country soul, add some rockin' electric guitar, a mean beat, and mix it with a female singer that sounds like a child born from the womb of a Kentucky Headhunter on a moonshine mission and what do you get?

You get ~ Angel Mary and The Tennessee Werewolves

For those of you that know what in the box music means Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves AKA (AMTW) are not it. They sit on top of the box, do circles around it and sometimes dig holes under it.

The name is derived from Johnny Cash and his song the "Beast in Me " from his American recordings.  It sparked Angel Mary and The Tennessee Werewolves to record "Folsom Prison Blues," a song they hold close to heart. Not only did AMTW record this new epic single at the Cash Cabin where the American recordings were recorded, they also had John Carter Cash co-produce the single and play an acoustic track on it. Giving it the "Cash" stamp of approval.

Listen right here to this Music Charts Magazine Exclusive Interview with Angel Mary and The Tennessee Werewolves. You wanted the story - we got it.  Howwwlllllllll!!!

 

 

 

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OCTOBER  29, 2013

 

 

 

LW

 

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

1

1

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

772

784

13

-12

38

2

2

Wade Bowen

Songs About Trucks

(AMP/Sea Gayle)

768

699

7

+69

37

5

3

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

684

649

14

+35

34

6

4

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(Texas Evolution)

684

629

14

+55

33

3

5

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

681

666

10

+15

32

10

6

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Electric Bill

(Proud Souls Ent.)

654

605

7

+49

36

4

7

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

646

660

12

-14

33

9

8

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

645

622

14

+23

32

7

9

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

644

627

10

+17

38

12

10

Mario Flores

Let Your Lonesome End With Me

(MF)

607

580

8

+27

28

14

11

TJ Broscoff

This Is The Moment

(BGM Records)

607

565

18

+42

28

15

12

Randy Rogers Band

Speak of the Devil

(MCA Nashville)

601

557

7

+44

33

16

13

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

593

516

15

+77

32

13

14

Kevin Fowler

How Country Are Ya?

(Kevin Fowler Records)

592

569

6

+23

37

8

15

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

585

627

20

-42

32

11

16

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

555

585

11

-30

32

18

17

Bart Crow

Loving You’s A Crime

(Smith Ent.)

484

457

14

+27

32

21

18

Turnpike Troubadours

If You’re Gonna Play in Texas

(Lightning Rod Records)

476

431

6

+45

31

19

19

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

473

456

12

+17

25

20

20

Mark Allan Atwood

One Horse

(MAA)

458

441

9

+17

23

23

21

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

434

417

13

+17

27

17

22

No Justice

Songs on the Radio

(Smith Ent.)

433

507

19

-74

28

27

23

Brandon Rhyder

Pray The Night

(Smith Ent.)

430

380

8

+50

28

25

24

Cameran Nelson

Reckless in Texas

(CN)

426

386

7

+40

25

24

25

Josh Grider

Smallest Town On Earth

(AMP)

421

387

4

+34

28

26

26

Chris Brazeal Band

Sounds Like Home

(CBB)

417

386

12

+31

24

30

27

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

409

357

13

+52

26

29

28

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

403

365

5

+38

30

28

29

Matt Caldwell

I Know Mexico

(MC)

388

368

10

+20

25

33

30

Junior Gordon

That Thing We Do

(JG)

375

347

9

+28

21

41

31

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

358

304

3

+54

26

32

32

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

357

352

6

+5

22

40

33

Deryl Dodd

Loveletters

(Smith Ent.)

356

308

8

+48

19

31

34

George Ducas

White Lines and Road Signs

(GD)

354

354

17

-----

22

35

35

Rankin Twins

Jezebel

(RT)

350

335

5

+15

24

37

36

Taylor Hodak Band

Good Man

(THB)

346

326

7

+20

19

45

37

The Dusty Smirl Band

Mine For The Mile

(TDSB)

333

280

7

+53

22

39

38

Scott Taylor Band

Marlboros and Merle

(STB)

330

308

4

+22

19

43

39

Saints Eleven

Man In The Water

(SE)

321

293

10

+28

17

36

40

Shane Smith & The Saints

Coast

(SSS)

317

326

7

-9

25

42

41

Charla Corn

Way It Goes

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

317

297

4

+20

19

49

42

Charlie Robison

Brand New Me

(Thirty Tigers/Jetwell, Inc.)

316

260

4

+56

21

44

43

Kris Gordon

Triple on the Double

(Frio Records)

305

280

3

+25

24

50

44

Whiskey Myers

Home

(Wiggy Thump)

303

252

2

+51

23

47

45

Charlie Montague

Beautiful Noise

(CM)

290

267

4

+23

22

46

46

Jake Kellen

Jesus and Hank

(Horny Toad Records)

290

271

4

+19

22

N

47

Casey Donahew Band

Small Town Love

(Almost Country)

285

231

1

+54

25

N

48

Backseat Molly

Good Times and Hangovers

(BSM)

284

231

1

+53

22

R

49

LiveWire

Whiskey Sunday

(Way Out West Records)

278

250

3

+28

17

N

50

William Clark Green

Rose Queen

(Bill Grease Records)

274

242

1

+32

20

N

51

Coleman Brothers

Back on the Farm

(CB)

274

206

1

+68

14

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Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

1,487

1,476

13

+11

77

 

2

2

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

1,346

1,354

19

-8

71

 

4

3

Wade Bowen

Songs About Trucks

(AMP/Sea Gayle)

1,270

1,222

9

+48

69

 

3

4

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

1,269

1,259

14

+10

75

 

8

5

Kevin Fowler

How Country Are Ya?

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,139

1,062

7

+77

76

 

5

6

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

1,120

1,182

13

-62

77

 

6

7

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(Texas Evolution)

1,060

1,159

15

-99

66

 

9

8

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

1,042

1,030

16

+12

67

 

11

9

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

1,011

966

14

+45

64

 

12

10

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Electric Bill

(Proud Souls Ent.)

998

936

7

+62

72

 

7

11

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

980

1,148

20

-168

64

 

13

12

Randy Rogers Band

Speak Of The Devil

(MCA Nashville)

942

868

8

+74

67

 

14

13

Turnpike Troubadours

If You’re Gonna Play in Texas

(Lightning Rod Records)

829

777

7

+52

65

 

10

14

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

800

1,019

13

-219

57

 

16

15

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

779

722

14

+57

59

  17 16

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

746 714 13

+32

55
  18 17

Bart Crow

Loving You’s a Crime

(Smith Ent.)

744 707 14 +37 57
  26 18

Josh Grider

Smallest Town on Earth

(AMP)

664 541 4 +123 51
  19 19

Mario Flores

Let Your Lonesome End With Me

(MF)

647 639 9 +8 46
  24 20

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

642 550 6 +92 61
  21 21

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

637 621 7 +16 48
 

29

22

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

622

514

3

+108

51

 

25

23

Brandon Rhyder

Pray The Night

(Smith Ent.)

614

549

9

+65

51

 

23

24

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

590

564

11

+26

50

 

22

25

TJ Broscoff

This is the Moment

(BGM Records)

582

575

12

+7

44

 

15

26

No Justice

Songs On The Radio

(Carved Records)

572

765

17

-193

47

 

36

27

Casey Donahew Band

Small Town Love

(Almost Country)

491

406

2

+85

50

 

31

28

Jake Kellen

Jesus and Hank

(Horny Toad Records)

487

429

5

+58

49

 

27

29

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

484

541

16

-57

44

 

34

30

William Clark Green

Rose Queen

(Bill Grease Records)

452

416

3

+36

47

 

28

31

Matt Caldwell

I Know Mexico

(MC)

444

528

15

-84

41

 

39

32

Deryl Dodd

Loveletters

(Smith Ent.)

426

394

8

+32

41

 

32

33

Rankin Twins

Jezebel

(RT)

425

424

10

+1

47

 

30

34

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

420

499

19

-79

37

 

37

35

Charlie Montague

Beautiful Noise

(CM)

418

403

11

+15

46

 

43

36

Charlie Robison

Brand New Me

(Thirty Tigers/Jetwell, Inc.)

401

371

5

+30

40

 

38

37

Taylor Hodak Band

Good Man

(THB)

398

398

12

-----

34

 

35

38

Shane Smith & The Saints

Coast

(SSS)

391

414

10

-23

45

 

47

39

Kris Gordon

Triple on the Double

(Frio Records)

381

351

4

+30

40

 

45

40

Jason Cassidy

Southern Side

(JC)

378

359

3

+19

47

 

41

41

Mark Allan Atwood

One Horse

(MAA)

375

375

8

-----

36

 

42

42

Whiskey Myers

Home

(Wiggy Thump)

370

372

2

-2

43

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

43

Curtis Grimes

The Cowboy Kind

(CG)

363

245

1

+118

45

 

33

44

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

363

422

13

-59

36

 

46

45

Cameran Nelson

Reckless in Texas

(CN)

358

356

5

+2

36

 

44

46

Chris Brazeal Band

Sounds Like Home

(CBB)

356

360

6

-4

36

 

40

47

George Ducas

White Lines and Road Signs

(GD)

355

378

7

-23

35

 

49

48

The Dusty Smirl Band

Mine For The Mile

(TDSB)

329

306

5

+23

40

 

48

49

LiveWire

Whiskey Sunday

(Way Out West Records)

308

317

9

-9

30

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

50

Bo Phillips Band

Jonesin’ For George

(Smith Ent.)

301

254

1

+47

38

Copyright © 2013, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Newtown releases 1st CDBluegrass band Newtown and worldwidebluegrass.com are proud to announce a special program airing live on Friday, November 1st from 8 – 10 PM Eastern. 

Kentucky based Bluegrass group Newtown is releasing their first CD, “Time Machine”, on Pisgah Ridge Records, a subsidiary of Mountain Home Records. Their CD Release Party will be broadcast live from Natasha’s Bistro in Lexington Kentucky over Worldwide Bluegrass.

 

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GRAMMY® winner Lou Reed was an exceptionally gifted singer, songwriter, and musician who has had a profound impact on rock music and our culture. Both his work with the Velvet Underground and his solo efforts are legendary, introducing avant-garde rock to the mainstream. His uniquely stripped down style of guitar playing and poetic lyrics have had a massive influence across many rock genres, including punk and alternative. We have lost a true visionary and creative leader, and his groundbreaking work will forever hold its rightful place in music history. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family, fans and those he inspired.
 
Neil Portnow
President/CEO
The Recording Academy

Lou ReedLewis Allan “Lou” Reed (March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013) was an American rock musician and songwriter. After being guitarist, vocalist, and principal songwriter of the Velvet Underground, his solo career spanned several decades. The Velvet Underground were a commercial failure in the late 1960s, but the group has gained a considerable cult following in the years since its demise and has gone on to become one of the most widely cited and influential bands of the era.

After his departure from the group, Reed began a solo career in 1972. He had a hit the following year with “Walk on the Wild Side”, but subsequently lacked the mainstream commercial success its chart status seemed to indicate. In 1975, Reed released a double album of feedback loops, Metal Machine Music, upon which he later commented, “No one is supposed to be able to do a thing like that and survive.” Reed was known for his distinctive deadpan voice, poetic lyrics and for pioneering and coining the term ostrich guitar.

In 1964, Reed moved to New York City and began working as an in-house songwriter for Pickwick Records. In 1964, he scored a minor hit with the single “The Ostrich,” a parody of popular dance songs of the time, which included lines such as “put your head on the floor and have somebody step on it.” His employers felt that the song had hit potential, and arranged for a band to be assembled around Reed to promote the recording. The ad hoc group, called “The Primitives,” included Welsh musician John Cale, who had recently moved to New York to study music and was playing viola in composer La Monte Young’s Theater of Eternal Music, along with Tony Conrad. Cale and Conrad were both surprised to find that for “The Ostrich,” Reed tuned each string of his guitar to the same note. This technique created a drone effect similar to their experimentation in Young’s avant-garde ensemble. Disappointed with Reed’s performance, Cale was nevertheless impressed by Reed’s early repertoire (including “Heroin”), and a partnership began to evolve.

Read more at:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Reed

Country singer Kellie Pickler receives the Heart for the Warrior Award at the USO of North Carolina's Ninth Annual Salute to Freedom Gala in Raleigh, N.C. on Oct. 19, 2013 Photographer: Jess Isaiah LevinRALEIGH, N.C. – – Country music singer Kellie Pickler was presented with the Heart for the Warrior Award from the USO of North Carolina on Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Ninth Annual Salute to Freedom Gala in Raleigh, N.C.  The award is given to those who, through their selfless service and contributions, continuously lift the spirits of the troops and their families.

Pickler, an Albemarle, N.C. native, participated in her first USO tour in 2007. Since then, she has performed for more than 30,000 troops stationed in eight different countries.
 
“I am so honored to be here,” said Pickler during her acceptance speech. “I am so blessed to have such a beautiful friendship with the people that make up the USO.  I come from a military family. I’ve always had a great deal of respect for our service men and women. I work a lot with the USO, I love working with them.Kellie Pickler poses with Frank Stewart, who won her signed guitar during the Live Auction at the USO of North Carolina's Ninth Annual Salute to Freedom Gala in Raleigh, N.C. on Oct. 19.  Stewart's winning bid for the guitar was $4,900. Photographer: Jess Isaiah Levin We’ve been able to do so many tours overseas. To be in a position where you can take a little piece of home to your service men and women, why would you not do that? They need to know we have their back because they have ours.”
 
The Gala honored service members and people from the community who support America’s military heroes. As part of the evening’s festivities, the USO of North Carolina held a live auction which included a signed guitar from Pickler. The winning bidder was Frank Stewart, who paid $4,900 for the guitar.  In total, the Live Auction raised $81,550.
 
The Black River Entertainment recording artist will release her fourth album, The Woman I Am, on Nov. 11.  The album, which features her current single, “Little Bit Gypsy,” is available now for pre-sale orders at www.KelliePickler.com. Pickler will also perform on “CMA Country Christmas,” which will tape in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8 and is scheduled to air on the ABC Television Network on Dec. 2.

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Chase Rice - Ready Set RollChase Rice’s six-song digital EP continues to dominate iTunes downloads as No. 1 Digital Country Album

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 23, 2013) – More than one week after its digital release, Chase Rice‘s smashing six-song EP Ready Set Roll remains at the top of iTunes download lists, sitting at No. 1 on the Digital Country Albums chart and maintaining a strong position in the Top 5 Country Albums, Top 10 New Albums and Top 20 Albums of all genres. The physical version of Ready Set Roll has yet to be released, with a highly-anticipated street date of November 26. A stripped, acoustic version of “Jack Daniel’s And Jesus” will be included as a bonus track on the forthcoming physical album.
 
To download Ready Set Roll on iTunes, click here.
 
Rice, who gained recognition as a co-writer of Florida Georgia Line’s summer crossover hit “Cruise,” is also a co-writer on each of the EP’s songs. The album’s lead single “Ready Set Roll” peaked at No. 1 on the iTunes Country Songs chart in both the U.S. and Canada, racking up total sales of more than 48,000 in its first week.
 
With numerous sold-out shows already under his belt (including stops in Chicago, Ill.; Cleveland, Ohio; Philadelphia, Penn. and New York City), Rice is currently headlining Live Nation’s Ones To Watch – Ready Set Roll Tour. Upcoming dates include:
 
October 24 – The Forum Live – Macomb, Ill.
October 25 – Midnight Rodeo – Springfield, Mo.
October 26 – The Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, Minn.
November 1 – City Limits Saloon – Raleigh, N.C.
November 2 – Randolph Macon College – Ashland, Va.
November 7 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, N.C.
November 8 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, N.C.
November 9 – House of Blues – Orlando, Fla.
November 14 – Zydeco – Birmingham, Ala.
November 16 – Brothers Bar – Jacksonville, Ala.
November 21 – House of Blues – Houston, Texas
November 22 – House of Blues – New Orleans, La.
November 23 – House of Blues – Dallas, Texas
November 27 – House of Blues – San Diego, Calif.
November 29 – House of Blues – Anaheim, Calif.
November 30 – House of Blues – Los Angeles, Calif.
December 3 – Toby Keith’s: I Love This Bar – Folsom, Calif.
December 6 – Toby Keith’s: I Love This Bar – Tucson, Ariz.
December 13 – The Grizzly Rose – Denver, Colo.
 
For more information, please visit www.chaserice.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChaseRiceMusic.

OCTOBER  22, 2013

 

 

 

LW

 

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

1

1

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

784

800

12

-16

36

3

2

Wade Bowen

Songs About Trucks

(AMP/Sea Gayle)

699

676

6

+23

34

9

3

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

666

616

9

+50

31

5

4

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

660

628

11

+32

33

4

5

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

649

644

13

+5

33

6

6

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(Texas Evolution)

629

626

13

+3

32

10

7

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

627

615

9

+12

36

8

8

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

627

620

19

+7

33

7

9

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

622

624

13

-2

31

12

10

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Electric Bill

(Proud Souls Ent.)

605

578

6

+27

33

2

11

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

585

738

10

-153

30

17

12

Mario Flores

Let Your Lonesome End With Me

(MF)

580

543

7

+37

27

15

13

Kevin Fowler

How Country Are Ya?

(Kevin Fowler Records)

569

558

5

+11

37

13

14

TJ Broscoff

This Is The Moment

(BGM Records)

565

574

17

-9

26

11

15

Randy Rogers Band

Speak of the Devil

(MCA Nashville)

557

583

6

-26

32

14

16

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

516

572

14

-56

28

16

17

No Justice

Songs on the Radio

(Smith Ent.)

507

547

18

-40

28

18

18

Bart Crow

Loving You’s A Crime

(Smith Ent.)

457

466

13

-9

31

23

19

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

456

426

11

+30

25

20

20

Mark Allan Atwood

One Horse

(MAA)

441

454

8

-13

23

21

21

Turnpike Troubadours

If You’re Gonna Play in Texas

(Lightning Rod Records)

431

433

5

-2

26

19

22

Phil Hamilton

Back of a ’73

(Winding Road)

418

458

20

-40

19

22

23

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

417

431

12

-14

26

31

24

Josh Grider

Smallest Town On Earth

(AMP)

387

359

3

+28

28

24

25

Cameran Nelson

Reckless in Texas

(CN)

386

410

6

-24

23

25

26

Chris Brazeal Band

Sounds Like Home

(CBB)

386

397

11

-11

22

35

27

Brandon Rhyder

Pray The Night

(Smith Ent.)

380

346

7

+34

25

28

28

Matt Caldwell

I Know Mexico

(MC)

368

381

9

-13

25

40

29

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

365

328

4

+37

28

29

30

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

357

370

12

-13

22

26

31

George Ducas

White Lines and Road Signs

(GD)

354

386

16

-32

21

30

32

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

352

363

5

-11

22

34

33

Junior Gordon

That Thing We Do

(JG)

347

351

8

-4

20

27

34

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

341

385

16

-44

22

33

35

Rankin Twins

Jezebel

(RT)

335

356

4

-21

23

37

36

Shane Smith & The Saints

Coast

(SSS)

326

340

6

-14

24

36

37

Taylor Hodak Band

Good Man

(THB)

326

345

6

-19

19

38

38

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

315

336

13

-21

21

41

39

Scott Taylor Band

Marlboros and Merle

(STB)

308

306

3

+2

18

39

40

Deryl Dodd

Loveletters

(Smith Ent.)

308

335

7

-27

15

49

41

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

304

259

2

+45

24

45

42

Charla Corn

Way It Goes

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

297

290

3

+7

19

42

43

Saints Eleven

Man In The Water

(SE)

293

302

9

-9

16

48

44

Kris Gordon

Triple on the Double

(Frio Records)

280

270

2

+10

21

43

45

The Dusty Smirl Band

Mine For The Mile

(TDSB)

280

298

6

-18

20

50

46

Jake Kellen

Jesus and Hank

(Horny Toad Records)

271

256

3

+15

21

44

47

Charlie Montague

Beautiful Noise

(CM)

267

291

3

-24

19

R

48

Hogg Maulies

Voodoo Girl

(HM)

266

242

6

+24

18

47

49

Charlie Robison

Brand New Me

(Thirty Tigers/Jetwell, Inc.)

260

273

3

-13

19

N

50

Whiskey Myers

Home

(Wiggy Thump)

252

226

1

+26

20

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