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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Tony Justice to Host Trucker Talent Search at Great American Trucking Show


In Conjunction With Brothers of the Highway Album Launch Party 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Described by Overdrive Magazine as making a name for himself with his authentic, trucking lifestyle-driven country albums, East Tennessee-based second generation trucker Tony Justice will host and perform atOverdrive-Red Eye Radio'sTrucker Talent Search
during the highly-anticipated 2016 Great American Trucking Show on Friday, August 26 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX. The talent search will feature three finalists performing at the Great American Trucking Show Theater for the opportunity to win a cash prize, as well as a studio recording session provided by AxleOutPro. During the convention, the King of the Road will also host an album launch party for his latest album, Brothers of the Highway, in the ballroom of the convention center over the course of the weekend. Fans will be able to purchase the 13-track album featuring country legend and former trucker, Aaron Tippin, on the title track, "Brothers of the Highway." Justice describes the collaboration as instilling truckers with a "sense of unity and brotherhood and togetherness." The music video for the track was captured by well-known trucker, videographer, and producer Chris Fiffie of Big Rig Videos
With many miles in his rearview, Justice's trucker-inspired music has made him a prominent figure among drivers across the nation. This notoriety has led to a variety of full-throttle performances at events such as the Mid-America Trucking Show and the 2015 Great American Trucking Show, where he opened for country music mainstay, John Anderson.

Event Details:

Who: Tony Justice

What: Album Launch and Overdrive-Red Eye Radio's Talent Search

When: Thursday, August 25-Saturday, August 27

Where: Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, TX

Tickets: For ticket information, click here

About Tony Justice:
Life on the road is no stranger to second generation trucker and singer-songwriter Tony Justice. In fact, the freedom of the highway and the drivers he shares it with are the inspiration behind the East Tennessean's music. Growing up in the Eastern Kentucky mountains, music and trucking were ingrained in Justice beginning at a young age as his mother sang in gospel choirs and his father owned and operated up to three trucks at a time. By age 7, Justice began playing bass for his mother's musical group and as he grew, his affinity for music grew as well. Now, Justice is working toward his dreams and living the lifestyle he loves that revolves around trucking, family, and country music, while collaborating and sharing the stage with country legends such as Aaron Tippin and John Anderson.

For Additional Information Contact:
Lone Star PR
Heather Blankenship

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