New Lindsay Lawler single as truck-stop tour continues

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Updated Apr 5, 2022
Lindsay Lawler and bandmates during one of her Highway Angel touring show’s performances in 2013.Lindsay Lawler and bandmates during one of her Highway Angel touring show’s performances in 2013.

Singer-songwriter and the Truckload Carriers Association’s Highway Angel program spokesperson Lindsay Lawler released her debut single, Goodbye Go, to radio earlier this week. The single comes from Lawler’s latest album, Two Peaches Six Cookies, which released to iTunes March 6.

The newest record from Lawler is also available via this link to’s digital music service and in other formats.The newest record from Lawler is also available via this link to’s digital music service and in other formats.

The latest in her third-annual Highway Angel Truckstop Tour series of performances, meanwhile, happens tonght, June 4 at the TravelCenters of America location in London, Ohio, at 7 p.m. (See below for a full slate of performances through the Fall.)

“We’ve been fortunate to provide drivers entertainment out on the road for the past two years,” said Lawler. “Releasing a single to radio offers a whole new element to this year’s tour. It gives me the chance to share my music with a new demographic, as well as provide a voice for those hard working men and women in the trucking industry.”

With the release of Two Peaches Six Cookies, Lawler introduced listeners to a sound she’s dubbed “Countrihanna” – an infections, beat-driven mix of club and country music inspired by one of her favorite artists.

“I’m a huge fan of Rihanna and realized one day that I listen to a lot of her music,” she says, “so why wouldn’t I make a record inspired by that? I love that music can be whatever it wants these days. Instead of putting my new music into a category or genre, I’m just calling it Countrihanna. It’s club music that has driving grooves, which makes it great to dance or drive to… But then it also features fiddle, steel and banjo, cementing that country vibe.

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“I’ve wanted to achieve this sound for a long time now. This sound is me, and I’m excited to share it with the world of country music.”

Find more information about Lawler and the truck-stop tour ongoing via this link.

June 4, 2015
London TravelCenters of America
940 US RT 42 NE
London, OH 43140
7pm EST

June 17, 2015
Petro Dodge City
426 Alabama Highway 69 S
Hanceville, AL 35077
3pm CST

July 10, 2015
Walcott TravelCenters of America (2015 Iowa 80 Truckers Jamboree)
755 W. Iowa 80 Road
Walcott, IA 52773
(Also featuring Josh Abbott Band)

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July 24
Petro Raphine
2440 Raphine Road
Raphine, VA 24472
7pm EST

August 27-29
The Great American Trucking Show
Dallas Convention Center
650 S. Griffin Street
Dallas, TX 75202
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September 17
Petro Little Rock (Arkansas Trucking Association Event)
3205 Valentine Road
North Little Rock, AR 72117
11:30am CST

September 24
Lodi TravelCenters of America
8834 Lake Road
Lodi, OH 44273
7pm EST

October 1
Rockwall (Dallas) TravelCenters of America
2105 S. Goliad Street
Rockwall, TX 75087
7pm CST

October 2
Petro Oklahoma City
20 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
7pm CST

October 9
Bucksville (Tuscaloosa) TravelCenters of America
22526 Highway 216
McCalla, AL 35111
7pm CST

October 20
Slidell (New Orleans) TravelCenters of America
1682 Gause Blvd.
Slidell, LA 70458
7pm CST

October 29
Nashville TravelCenters of America – TOUR FINALE!
111 N. First St.
Nashville, TN 37213
6pm CST

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