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AMERIMONTE RECORDS RECORDING ARTIST SHANE OWENS SONG "CHICKEN TRUCK" PREMIERES ON SIRIUSXM OUTLAW COUNTRY CH. 60
Debut Album "Where I'm Comin' From" Available for Pre-order Now
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 25, 2016) - One
of 2016's fastest rising stars, Shane Owens' song, "Chicken Truck,"
featuring Country legend John Anderson, premiered on SiriusXM Outlaw
Country's Hillbilly Jim's Moonshine Matinee. Owens' highly-anticipated debut album, Where I'm Comin' From, will be available through digital retailers beginning December 9. Click here
to pre-order Where I'm Comin' From. Each album pre-order on iTunes
will instantly receive "Chicken Truck" and the extended version of
"Where I'm Comin' From."
"Chicken Truck," originally recorded by John Anderson in 1981, reached
No. 8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. "I have
always looked up to John Anderson. When it came time to put the album
together I wanted to include "Chicken Truck." The song is as country as
it gets and speaks to me being from Alabama! I am honored that he
agreed to join me on the track, I hope everyone loves the song as much
as I do," said Owens.
Former WWE superstar Hillbilly Jim and his
good-for-nothing cousin Spike have set up a white lightnin' still in
Mudlick, Kentucky to serve up 200 proof Country and southern-fried rock
& roll every weekend.
"I've been hosting the Moonshine Matinee on
SiriusXM's Outlaw Country channel going on now for over 11 years.
Every now and again an artist will come along and grab my attention and
Shane Owens is one of those guys. His music and vocal style is very
reminiscent of guys like, George Strait, Keith Whitley and George
Jones. Shane Owens is the real deal and him covering a John Anderson
classic such as Chicken Truck, I mean really, how can you go wrong,"
said Jim "Hillbilly Jim" Morris.