The Tennessee Werewolves Announce Christmas 4 Kids Meet & Greet, West Coast Performances

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Southern rock trio Tennessee Werewolves will be in Hendersonville, TN handing out toys and greeting families at the annual Christmas 4 Kids Tour Buses and Shopping 2019. The Tour Bus show will be held from 5 pm to 9 pm at the Hendersonville Walmart at 204 Anderson Lane North. The band is inviting the local community to come out and support families who are less fortunate as they take part in spreading holiday cheer.

Tennessee Werewolves are just one of the musical acts set to appear at Christmas 4 Kids. In addition to the holiday event, the band will be performing at Whisky A Go Go in LA on February 22nd as the opener for Love/Hate’s 30th Anniversary event.

The trio will also be present at this year’s 2020 Winter NAMM in Anaheim during the week of January 16th – 19th. Endorsed by Stagg Cymbals, SELA, Pearl, and Teye Guitars, you can catch them at the Blackstar booth where they may even delight fans with a surprise performance.

This year has been another breakthrough year for Tennessee Werewolves. They have worked to build a name for themselves along the Sunset Strip, winning the praise of concert-goers over the course of several highly rated performances. Opening for rock greats Puddle of Mudd and playing The Pretty Boy Floyd 30th Anniversary have helped the Werewolves solidify their presence on the west coast. They’ve also received praise from industry figures and artists alike who have become a regular presence at their shows.

With LA being their home away from home, the band has made Sunset Marquis a secondary residence and frequents the infamous hangout spot Rainbow to kick back after shows.

The band has managed to dominate as Southern Rock’s most notable contender, finding their lane typically displayed by their pleasantly rowdy and unapologetic style. The Tennessee Werewolves’ debut album “American Dream” is available on iTunes. To hear snippets visit

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