The Tennessee Werewolves – ‘Amy’s Gone’

The Tennessee Werewolves have been likened to the Rolling Stones, and as such they serve as carriers of the rock and roll tradition in the heart of Nashville – making noise and shaking their hips in a way that would be the envy of Jagger himself.

New single, ‘Amy’s Gone’ tells the story of a misfit that we can all relate to. She can never settle down comfortably in a world that doesn’t want to accept her. Spending her time on the run – first from a neglectful home, and then from an explosive relationship, and then from life itself – Amy is no victim, and sees defiance is her motivating force, with self-definition to guide her path.

Determined to live her life her own way, at all costs, Amy won’t compromise with those who mistreat her. Tennessee Werewolves frontwoman Angel Mary brings Amy’s story to life with real fire and genuine compassion, while Christian and Antoine Wolf back her up with their own brand of backwoods thunder. The end result is an unforgettable story of a woman who wouldn’t be defined by others, and one who should be immediately identifiable to anyone who slammed the door on a bad situation and bravely embraced an uncertain – yet to be defined – future.

The cinematic clip for ‘Amy’s Gone’ is dramatised by the Tennessee Werewolves. We see three phases of Amy: as a girl, as a girlfriend and wife, then finally as an old woman ready to make her final escape. Each time, Amy is in the face of peril, but at the same time she is both strong and determined in spite of it. That same fearlessness is present on the face of singer Angel Mary, and as she holds herself, as she and the band perform on the front porch of a rustic farmhouse.

Check out the video for ‘Amy’s Gone’ below, and visit The Tennessee Werewolves’ official website for more about the band and their music.

The Tennessee Werewolves - AMY'S GONE

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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