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NASHVILLE, TN (April 16, 2013) - Oklahoma female Country Rocker Shawna Russell
and Joplin, Missouri-based Country band LiveWire will co-headline in concert at The
Vanguard, 222 North Main in Tulsa, on Saturday, April 27. Doors open at 7:00 PM and
the show starts at 8:00 PM. General admission tickets to the “18 and over” concert
are $10.00 and may be purchased in advance online at www.thevanguardtulsa.com or
at the door. This show will be Russell’s second at The Vanguard this year.
Russell’s unique vocal style has been compared to Stevie Nicks and Martina McBride
and she possesses impressive skills on the electric slide guitar akin to Bonnie Raitt.
Her music blurs the lines between Country, Red Dirt, Americana, Pop and Rock music
and she blends those influences into a show that appeals to a wide range of ages.
Since 2008, Russell, who hails from Okemah, OK, has released two critically acclaimed
albums which have produced a string of charted singles in the U.S. and Europe,
including “Should’ve Been Born With Wheels,” “Fire In The Desert,” “Get Right Or Get
Left,” “Waitin’ On Sunrise” and “Sounds Like A Party.” Her music has been singled
out for praise by some of the top music industry critics and publications in the world,
including Country Weekly, MusicRow, Maverick, and many others. Russell’s busy
touring schedule has included recent performances with Randy Rogers Band, Dustin
Lynch, Rick Springfield and others.
LiveWire, based in Joplin, MO, has been performing together for over a decade and
recently released its debut album, LIVIN,’ which has won critical acclaim from Music
News Nashville, CMA Close Up, Roughstock, and other tastemakers in the music
industry. LiveWire’s edgy sound has been likened to the Marshall Tucker Band, Hank
Jr. and Charlie Daniels - with harmonies reminiscent of Rascal Flatts. With the release
of several successful singles including “Tater Fed,” “Miracle Of The Human Spirit,”
“Gone” “and Lies,” LiveWire’s homegrown style of Southern Country Rock has been
embraced by contemporary Country audiences and appeals to Red Dirt music fans as
well. LiveWire has appeared in concert with Kix Brooks, Casey Donahew, Diamond Rio
Both Russell and LiveWire are signed to Way Out West Records, an Oklahoma and
Nashville-based company co-founded by Russell in 2008.