Average Joes Offers Free “We Salute You” EP

Indie label offers a collection of anthems of hard work and patriotic country songs.

To Salute the hard working people in the USA, Average Joes Entertainment is giving fans the ability to download a six song EP with some exclusive tracks. It’s FREE to download and features a sneak peek into rising star Charley Farley’s upcoming album!

“We Salute You,” a free six-song download in commemoration of Patriot’s Week, September 7-11, 2015. “We Salute You,” features songs from such country artists as Montgomery Gentry, Colt Ford, Gunnar & the Grizzly Boys, Charlie Farley, Moccasin Creek and Danny Boone. To download “We Salute You,” click here.
“We chose the period between Labor Day and the Anniversary of 9/11 for this giveaway as a small token of thanks to all hard-working people, and for those who serve our great country.” said Tony Morreale, VP Marketing/Promotion at Average Joes. “We’re glad to be able to share some great music.”


We Salute You
The free six-song download includes these songs:

1.  Montgomery Gentry – “Damn Right I Am;" A prideful song about where you’re from and what you’re thankful for featured on the duo’s “Rebels on the Run” album released on Average Joes Entertainment.
2.  Colt Ford – “Answer to No One f/JJ Lawhorn;” From the #1 Billboard Album, “Declaration of Independence,” this song promotes such family values as God, work, family and country.
3.  Danny Boone – “1965;” A heartfelt tribute to Danny Boone’s father, a Vietnam Vet, who lived a life of service.
4.  Moccasin Creek – "Old Glory;" A tribute to heroes everywhere who sacrifice for our freedom.
5.  Gunnar & the Grizzly Boys – “Standard American;” This blue-collar anthem is an honest snapshot of four hard-working people who are the true backbone of America.
6.  Charlie Farley – “All I’ve Been Through;” The title track to Charlie’s upcoming album, this song chronicles Farley’s trails and tribulations, and encourages understanding of ones self. Get it now!

This sneak peek from the new album will only be available Sept. 7-11.