The Swansons, an Alternative Country Rock-Pop band, following the success of their third album “Country This,” is preparing for a major honor for “Outstanding Country Duo” at the Hollywood FAME Awards. The awards will be held in November at the Hard Rock Live on the Las Vegas strip.
The Swansons are also being honored for their most recent music video for their hit single “Move Forward.”
The Swansons “Move Forward” Official Music Video
“This is truly a remarkable honor to receive a Hollywood FAME nomination,” said Joe Finley of The Swansons. “We were so humbled and overjoyed to receive a Las Vegas F.A.M.E. award earlier this year. We feel truly blessed and thankful to be honored for ‘Outstanding Country Duo’ for the Hollywood F.A.M.E. Awards.We’re looking forward to appearing and performing at the Hard Rock Live in November and appreciate all of the support from our fans,” he added.
On July 20, The Swansons released the music video for “Move Forward,” the latest single from their new album “Country This,” which was released in May. The release party for the music video was a special occasion at the House of Blues Voodoo Lounge in San Diego during comic-con weekend, where The Swansons debuted the music video in front of their fans. The music video is an endearing story that recreates how Joe and Angie Finley fell in love and became the husband-and-wife duo “The Swansons.”
The Swansons’ appearance at the Hard Rock Live in Las Vegas will be their second on the strip this year. The duo also opened and performed at the Las Vegas F.A.M.E. Award in April at the Hard Rock Live on the Las Vegas Strip. The duo received the “Best Country Album of the Year” award for their new album “Country This.” The Swansons opened the show with a performance of three songs from “Country This,” including ‘“Move Forward.”
The Swansons have several upcoming performances, including July 28 at the House of Blues Foundation Room in Anaheim, Sept. 7 at Whiskey a Go Go where they will open for MMHMM, and Sept. 28 at Silverlake Lounge. They will also be performing at a charity event, at House of Blues Foundation Room in Anaheim for Sound the Groove’s breast cancer benefit “Pink Ribbon Riot” on Aug. 17.
The album “Country This” is currently available on iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play, eMusic, Spotify, Pandora and more.