Holiday releases album with unique blend of tributes, trucking music

| Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Joey Holiday has released his 12th album featuring a wide variety of trucking music – including the long-awaited tribute song to mail haulers in Iraq.

The CD, “Hats off to the Truckers,” is now available from Truck It Records and can be purchased at joeyholiday.com.

The album offers a wide variety of music certain to provide something for everyone.

“Keep an Eye on America” is Holiday’s reminder to everyone to be vigilant and watchful while the “war on terror” continues.

“Shut Up, Stupid,” a comedy-style song, will be appreciated by anyone who has ever turned on a CB radio.

“Ain’t Gonna Shut Us Down” is Holiday’s tribute to the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association and its more than 119,000 members – owner-operators and company drivers.

There are 11 selections on the CD including, of course, the long-awaited “Iron Pony Express.” With Iron Pony Express member David Baker’s words put to Holiday’s music it is as close as you can get to riding along side the contract mail haulers on their mail runs across Iraq. 

Holiday will be appearing at the Mid-America Trucking Show March 31 – April 2 playing selections from not only the newly released “Hats Off to the Truckers” but the many albums released throughout his 10-year career.

He will also be performing in concert at the Tennessee Truck Show May 6-7 at the Tennessee State Fair Grounds, Nashville, TN. For more information on the Tennessee Truck Show, visit joeyholiday.com.

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