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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