“We recognize the need for a show that will highlight such a large part of our valued listenership, and are excited to work with Lindsay to showcase these roadway warriors,” said Captain Jack Aponte, the voice and owner of Renegade Radio.
On The Road To Nashville airs every Tuesday and Thursday night from 5-8pm.
About Lindsay Lawler:
Born and raised in Texas, Lindsay Lawler spent several years performing in Los Angeles before making her way to Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. After performing at the 2010 Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, Texas, she formed a partnership with the Truckload Carriers Association and has since been named the official spokeswoman of their Highway Angels program. Her single, Highway Angel, has given her exposure as an artist and become an anthem for truck drivers everywhere. She also wrote and recorded Long Haul, a salute to female truck drivers. Lawler continues to support the truck driving community through her performances around the country and her radio show, On The Road To Nashville. For more information on Lindsay Lawler, visit www.lindsaylawler.com.
About Renegade Radio:
Renegade Radio Nashville began as the brainchild of longtime broadcasting veteran Captain Jack Aponte. With a solid vision of utilizing the latest technology to reach the largest audience worldwide, Renegade Radio Nashville began Internet broadcasting on June 7, 2011. The station currently has 3.5 million listeners tuning in from 143 different countries and, in December of 2011, became the first ever Internet radio station to be granted reporting status with Music Row Magazine. For more information on Renegade Radio Nashville, visit www.renegaderadionashville.com.
About Highway Angel:
Created by the Truckload Carrier Association (TCA), the Highway Angel program is designed to bring recognition to those truck drivers having participated in good deeds. Whether it be a random act of kindness or a heroic act, the program aims to improve indiviual drivers’ feelings toward themselves and their profession, all while promoting greater public recognition of Angels and improving the public’s image of the truck driving profession. For more information on the Highway Angel program, visit www.truckload.org/highway-angel.