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Saving Abel 11-6-14 has consistently supported those serving in the military and the veterans. In front of the November 11 release of , the band has launched a digital pre-release that goes live today via Rokbiz. The complete album is available for $5.00 with 10% of gross proceeds earmarked for the veterans. All purchases from today through midnight November 10 will support charitable organizations working on behalf those who have served. The album is available here:


guitarist Scott Bartlett shares, “We’ve always supported the troops. They remind us every night on tour that our music has helped them through some of their darkest hours away from home and family. There is a mutual respect between SA and the military that is very endearing and very real. If they are going to risk their lives so that we can play rock and roll, we need to remind them as often as we can that we recognize their sacrifice. Releasing the album on Veteran’s Day is not a coincidence, it was a choice made by the five of us. We don’t want any credit for it. We simply want to remind people that our military risk everything for democracy. is a guitar heavy rock record that stays true to our southern and American roots. We are confident that our message of hope through rock and roll will continue to inspire and help people through rough times.” Founding member and guitarist Jason Null adds, “Some of our most memorable shows were played for our troops. This year was basically ‘back to the drawing board’ for so we missed out on being able to go visit with them. Donating a percentage of these proceeds was just the right thing for us to do.”


Since 2008 Saving Abel has embodied the definition of ‘’. Even before their self-titled debut album for was released they were barnstorming the country making fans everywhere they went, just by being themselves. Simple, down home, charming, country-boys with immeasurable talent that was destined to take them straight to the top. 2014 is no different, and the band now returns with their strongest work to date with two new members in tow.


Saving Abel’s forthcoming new album, will be released on November 11th. The date was aptly chosen because by the band because it is . Several of their hit songs: “18 Days,” “Drowning (Face Down),” and “Miss America” were all written and dedicated to the US Military, and the band has had the honor of being invited and traveling to play for the troops in some of the most remote and dangerous places in the world. …Iraq, Qatar, Cuba, Japan, and India just to name a few.


For this new album, Saving Abel welcomes two new members into the fold: singer Scotty Austin and drummer Steven Pulley. They join the existing core of the band: Jason Null, Scott Bartlett, and Eric Taylor. The result of this new lineup and independent attitude of the band has been amazing. “Losing or replacing a front man is nothing any band wants to do,” remarked Saving Abel founding member and guitarist Jason Null. “So we decided we wouldn’t replace anyone we would consider this a rebirth for band, an opportunity to write and record the music we’ve always wanted to. Scotty’s attitude and enthusiasm and belief in us along with new drummer Steven Pulley has enabled us to make a change but stay the same. We are all enjoying our fans, travels, and music and for once this feels like a true brotherhood. We have the tattoos to prove it!”


With a string of seven Top 40 Rock Singles, the band is poised to add to that number with the title track from the new album “Blood Stained Revolution.” The accompanying video for the lead single premiered last week, and can be viewed here:

The album is also the first release on the band’s new label: Tennessippi Whiskey Records. The guys chose the name based on the fact that the all of the members of the band are from Tennessee and Mississippi and have been known for their very public Jack Daniels consumption over the years.”

Saving Abel is touring in support of the release with the following confirmed appearances scheduled for the remainder of 2014:

11/06 Lincoln, NE VegaSaving Abel cd 11-6-14

11/07 Sioux City, IA The Chesterfield

11/08 Ringle, WI Q and Z Expo Center

11/09 Des Moines, IA House of Bricks

11/11 Reno, NV City Plaza

11/12 Macomb, IL The Outskirts

11/13 Racine, WI Rt. 20

11/14 Janesville, WI The Back Bar

11/15 Fort Wayne, IN Piere’s

11/16 Flint, MI The Machine Shop

11/18 Akron, OH Empire

11/19 Morgantown, WV Schmitt’s Saloon

11/20 Elizbethton, TN Bonnie Kate Theater

11/21 Duluth, GA Wild Bills

11/22 Vidalia, LA Vidalia Convention Center

11/23 Covington, LA Rock N Blues Café

12/02 Monett, MO Bumpers

12/03 Norman, OK The Labyrinth

12/04 Longview, TX The Levee

12/05 Fort Worth, TX The Rail Club

12/06 San Antonio, TX The Falls

12/07 Corpus Christi, TX Theos

12/09 Houston, TX Scout Bar

12/10 Lafayette, LA Z Club

12/11 Biloxi, MS Kress Live

12/12 Madison, AL 11th Frame Live

12/13 Columbus, GA SOHO

12/15 Augusta, GA Surreal Live

12/16 Gainesville, FL High Dive

12/17 Fort Myers, FL Cigar Bar

12/18 Lake Worth, FL Propaganda

12/19 Orlando, FL Bombshells Tavern

12/21 Jacksonville, FL Underbelly

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Touring plans for 2015 will be announced in the coming weeks.

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