Country Duo Twang And Round Join The Golden Ribbon Gala Benefit Concert For St. Judes Children Hospital

Kentucky based country music duo Twang and Round will perform at The Gold Ribbon Gala on September 13th in Bowling Green, Kentucky at LaGala (601 State Street). The event will feature performances by Twang and Round, Shi'Ann Jones (NBC's The Voice), Dustin Collins, and Lydia Murphy with all proceeds benefiting St. Jude Children's Hospital. Tickets for the event can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gold-ribbon-gala-tickets-48841548386.

"We find it gratifying, at this point in our careers, to be able to help people and make a difference in people's lives," commented Kuntry Twang. "The city of Bowling Green has always embraced us and supported our music since day one. God has blessed us with the talent to create music, so anyway we can give back to the good people and help enhance someone's quality of life we're happy to help. The good folks at St. Jude Children Hospital do so much good for this community, so we want to do everything to help them raise as much money as possible."

Twang and Round have released their brand new studio album "Way I Was Raised" on Thirteen Skulls Entertainment. "Way I Was Raised" seamlessly shifts between musical genres and Twang and Round make it look easy. The group delivers veteran raps on "La Di Da Di" as they pay homage to hip-hop icon Slick Rick. Twang and Round shift on "Dope Boy" and deliver a more sweet acoustics sound. Meanwhile, you find yourself dreaming about riding shotgun down the back, with the moonshine rhymes of "Lovin' Liquor" spitting like a machine gun attack. As the southern guitar licks of "Devil To Pay" invade your eardrums fans will stomp their feet and throw up the horns like an arena rock show. Twang and Round's "Way I Was Raised" is the soundtrack of the AmeriFlow lifestyle and the fans who love to have fun, share a couple of drinks, and roll through the heartland with the windows rolled down. "Way I Was Raised" combines intense rhymes, backwoods bravado, a little moonshine and American pride. The mixture comes together in the melting pot coined 'AmeriFlow!'

Coloring outside the lines of any genre-specific formula takes courage, Twang and Round's musical palette is much more refined, which allowed them to create the AmeriFlow genre. The group can go from blasting the likes of Creedence Clearwater, The Black Crowes, and Lynyrd Skynyrd one minute, to seamlessly mixing in UGK, OutKast, and Beastie Boys the next. All of these elements come together to give Twang and Round an authentic Signature Sound that bridges the gaps between country and hip-hop.

Twang and Round recently signed a long-term deal with Thirteen Skulls Entertainment and debuted the brand new album "Way I Was Raised." Thirteen Skulls Entertainment was founded by music industry veteran Ron A. Spaulding and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Frank Thomas and boasts an exclusive partnership with AMPED Distribution/Alliance Entertainment. Thirteen Skulls Entertainment focuses on a new genre entitled "AmeriFlow," which is a musical hybrid of country, rap, and rock. The label provides a full range of services in the fast-changing music business and offers artists home with the necessary tools to nurture and incubate creativity without constraints. With the focus on creating AUTHENTIC music, Thirteen Skulls Entertainment's legacy is defined by creativity and uncompromising commitment to artistry.

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