“Tanker Yanker” Headlines New Album From Popular Singer/Songwriter Bill Weaver
Flippin, AR– After more than a year in the making, new music from trucker and popular singer/songwriter Bill Weaver has arrived.
Weaver’s third nationally released album is entitled “Number Three” and is now available for download.
For those who prefer a compact disc, they will be ready to ship beginning February 15, 2020.
Weaver, known for his infectious melodies and trademark storytelling, recently made the announcement via social media.
— Bill WeVe (@Billweavermusic) February 2, 2020
The album features ten brand new original songs all about life as a trucker.
“I’m more pumped about this one than my first album,” Weaver tells Transportation Nation Network (TNN). “I like everything about the music.”
Heavily influenced by musical legends Lynyrd Skynyrd and Waylon Jennings, fans can expect “upbeat” classic rock as well as pure, smooth country tones.
Weaver says many of the tracks are produced to “keep drivers awake” out on the road.
As a long-time tanker hauler, Weaver lives the trucking life and writes about it in a way only he can.
It’s his writing on “Number Three” that he says he’s most proud of.
“I think my writing is much more finely honed now.”
Some sure to be fan favorites are songs like Tanker Yanker, Flatbeddin’and This Ole Girl and Me.
His favorite tune on the new album was inspired by his wife CarolAnn and is entitled “With You.”
It’s a song highlighting how tough it is to be on the road and missing your significant other.
Weaver dropped the first video from the new project, Tanker Yanker, on Sunday, February 9.
WATCH the brand new video for “Tanker Yanker” HERE.
He will be promoting the new music throughout 2020 and making multiple live appearances.
Fans can see Weaver perform live at the upcoming Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Kentucky in March.
Stop by and see him at booth #16071 and get a signed copy of the new album.
If you prefer, you can head on over to BillWeaver.com and order yours now for only $15 which includes shipping and handling anywhere in the U.S.
You can also download it now on itunes, Google Play, Amazon, and cdbaby.
One thing is for sure, Weaver’s music is filled with messages that truckers will find entertaining and inspirational.
“The government doesn’t drive these trucks… we do,” Weaver proudly said. “If you don’t take pride in it, you need to get out of it.”