LiveWire Honors Joplin With Miracle Of The Human Spirit. The members of the emerging country group LiveWire were born and raised in Joplin, and have released a music video that pays homage to the strength of their town in the aftermath. The music video for “Miracle of the Human Spirit” not only shows Joplin’s resolve, but also serves to continue building awareness for the ongoing work the town faces to rebuild. “Miracle of the Human Spirit” will be available on iTunes and other digital retailers on November 22. All proceeds will go to Joplin Tornado First Response Fund c/o Community Foundation of Southwest Missouri. www.cfswmo.org “Miracle of the Human Spirit” was written by LiveWire rhythm guitarist, Danny Bell, who wrote the song as an outpouring of emotion in reaction to the devastating and deadly tornado. Next week marks the 6-month anniversary of the tornadoes touching down in Joplin.
New Country Group LiveWire Release Debut EP. LiveWire is a newcomer on the country scene, and they are releasing their debut EP. The Joplin, Missouri based band is comprised of lead guitarist Bobby DeGonia, lead singer/acoustic guitarist Andy Eutsler, drummer Adam Hagerman, fiddle player Cory Shultz, rhythm guitarist Danny Bell and bassist Landon Rolfe, and their music is a blending of country with Southern Rock for a sound that is becoming more and more familiar to country fans. Their name might not have a country ring to it, but their music definitely does. LiveWire debuted the first single, “Tater Fed” on May 9th, and this EP features five other original songs including “Heart Burn“, “That’s What Makes You A Man“, “Drink About It“, “For the Last Time” and “Gone“. “Tater Fed” is receiving positive feedback, and it is possible this could be a band for country fans to keep an eye on. The EP is currently available through iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, and other digital retailers. So, check it out and let us know what you think.