Fairwell Angelina can add to their resume that the official music video for their single “Ghosts” just wrapped up a 12-week run in the Top 3 of CMT’s 12-Pack Countdown. That’s quite an accomplishment for the band with a fairly awesome name.

Additionally, the girls are excited to be chosen for the highly selective American Music Abroad tour, joining 17 other U.S. bands to represent the diversity of American Music. This two week run, organized by the Association of American Voices, recognizes not only their immense musical talent but also Farewell Angelina’s dedication and passion for outreach and education. The news of this tour, comes as the band embarks on an international tour in Switzerland and Norway followed by Spain later this summer.

“Some of the pressure is taken off by being able to share the joys and the difficulties together. But, one of our favorite things is to be standing on stage together and watching one of us out front in the spotlight, I get chills just talking about it right now. That’s what so special and unique about this,” said Farewell Angelina’s Lisa Torres in the podcast episode.

“AMA fosters cross-cultural connections while showcasing America’s rich and diverse musical traditions to a global audience. During their tours, bands will collaborate with local musicians, hold workshops and classes, and perform at community events.” –Newswire.com

Farewell Angelina released their self-produced, Women & Wine EP, earlier this year which is available here. Ashley Gearing, Lisa Torres, Nicole Witt and Andrea Young are currently headlining their own “Women & Wine Tour” around the U.S. and internationally. Keep up with all the show dates on their website www.farewellangelinamusic.com.

Farewell Angelina Tour Dates:
June 29 – Matten Bei Interlaken, Switzerland – Trucker and Country Festival Interlaken
July 6 – Vinstra, Norway – Country Music Festival 
July 15 – Banner Elk, N.C. – Hayes Auditorium
July 18 – Arudnel, Maine – Vinegar Hill Vinegar Hill Music Theatre
July 19 – Northampton, Mass. – Iron Horse
July 25 – Nashville, Tenn. – Wildhorse Saloon – Blue Dizzy
July 31 – Casper, Wyo – Artcore
August 2 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – University Village Colorado Amphitheater
August 3 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – Garden of the Gods Resort & Club
August 9 – Sioux Falls, S.D. – Levitt Shell Sioux Falls
August 10 – Woodstock, Ga. – w/ Little River Band  – Woodstock Summer Concert Series
August 23 – Salardu, Spain – Salardu Country Rock Festival
August 27 – Nice, France – Festival in Nice, France
Sept. 1 – Northampton, Mass. – Three County Fair
Sept. 7 – Morganton, N.C. – Historic Morganton Festival
Oct.10 – Aberdeen, S.D. – TBA
Oct. 11 – Council Bluffs, Iowa – The Arts Center Iowa Western Community College
Oct. 12 – Palos Hills, I.L. – Dorothy Menker Theater
Oct. 14 – Nashville, Tenn. – TBA
Oct. 19 – Kalamazoo, Mich. – Miller Auditorium at Western Michigan University 
Oct. 24 – West Salem, Wis. – Heider Center for the Arts
Oct. 26 – Woodstock, Ill. – Woodstock Opera House
Nov. 1 – Greenwood, S.C. – Greenwood Community Theater
Nov. 9 – Bangor, Maine – Gracie Theatre
Nov. 10 – Lebanon, N.H. – Lebanon Opera House 
Nov. 14 – Aspen, Colo. – Wheeler Opera House
Nov. 16 – Winthrop, Wash. – TBA
Nov. 17 – Winthrop, Wash. – TBA
Nov. 18 – Winthrop, Wash. – TBA
Dec. 13 – East Peoria, Ill. – ICC Performing Arts Center