A Rare Appearance At Nashville CMA Music Festival

In a rare Nashville appearance, international touring act Mustang Sally is set to perform at the 2012 CMA Music Festival. The popular female band will be appearing Sunday, June 10, on the new BIC Soleil Bella Beach Stage, located at Walk of Fame Park between the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Downtown Hilton. Mustang Sally is scheduled to take the BIC stage from 3:40 to 4 p.m. CST.  Earlier in the week, the band will be in-studio guests on WSM-AM’s “Bill Cody Show” at 9:15 a.m. C.T. Tuesday, June 5. During the radio show, Cody will play songs from Mustang’s Sally current self-titled CD, with the band performing live on the air as well. Following CMA Music Festival, Mustang Sally will perform at the Beer Barrel Saloon in Put-In-Bay, Ohio, for an eight-day run.
About Mustang Sally:
Started by drummer Lisa Romeo, Mustang Sally has become an international touring phenomenon. Known for their high-energy shows of original and cover tunes, Mustang Sally has enjoyed a schedule that has taken them through 35 states and eight foreign countries, including Switzerland, where the band enjoys radio airplay and a strong fan base. The band consists of Lisa Romeo (drums, guitar, and band leader), Rachel Solomon (keyboard, saxophone, and background harmonies), Tobi Lee (lead singer), Sarah Wilfong (fiddle) and Brenda Zitzman (harmony vocals/acoustic rhythm guitar). Mustang Sally’s current self-titled CD is available at iTunes. For more information on Mustang Sally, go to mustangsallyband.com.
To schedule interviews or for more information:Eddie Rhines  A.C.T.S. Nashville    615.254.8600

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