It's Thanksgiving -- what better time to share a couple Christmas tunes of considerably different hues by hardworking drivers Bill Weaver and Tony Justice.
Help us get into the holiday freight-hauling spirit this year by casting your vote for the best Christmas song of all time.
The potentials are many, from "I'll be home for Christmas" to "You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch" -- tell us yours toward building a top 10 list to put up for a vote this season. . .
Video, pictures and more from the event, including the performance of Erin Flanigan, daughter in a long line of generations of owner-operators and drivers associated with Cincinnati-based Flanigan small fleet.
Listen in on this mixed -- not yet mastered -- track from trucking troubadour Tony Justice's forthcoming "Apple Pie Moonshine" record.
Country singer and Highway Angel spokesperson Lindsay Lawler played with her band in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Oct. 4, where she talked trucking heroes, truck stop concerts and more.
At the TA/Petro booth at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, Tony Justice took some time to play an acoustic session for attendees. Check out the video below for one of the songs Justice sang ...
Justice, recording a new album, sat in with legendary songwriters at Nashville's Station Inn; he'll be playing at GATS Friday, Aug. 23, at 2 p.m. in the TA booth.
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