Tucker Beathard is opening up his growing fanbase on the road and online with the creation of The Mother Tuckers. When all new members sign up they will receive a downloadable letter from Beathard and the very first song he wrote when he was just 15 called “That’s Alright With Me.” Additionally, they will have the option to sign up to receive a number and a Mother Tuckers patch based on their place in line, as well as access to exclusive content, videos, pre-sales, meet & greets, an online community and more.
“For me, it’s more than a fan club,” says Beathard. “I turned to music when I felt like I didn’t fit in anywhere else, and I want to provide a place for people who may have that same feeling and know it’s ok to be who you are no matter what. We’ve been spending a lot of time out on the road and have been able to meet so many people at shows, we just wanted to keep it going and continue to connect with people out there.”
Beathard’s debut single “Rock On” (Big Machine Label Group) continues on an upwards trajectory narrowing in on the Top 10 this week, he co-wrote the “thumping rocker” (Rolling Stone) as well as played drums and guitar on the track. Beathard has been on the road non-stop this summer opening up for Dierks Bentley as well as his own club dates, with almost 200 shows slated for this year. He is currently working on his debut album, being overseen by producer Angelo Petraglia (Kings Of Leon), and has already been featured on multiple “Artists To Watch” lists including The Bobby Bones Show, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone and more. For more information and a full list of tour dates visit www.tuckerbeathard.com.