Statesboro Revue Pledge ‘Sinner, Saint, S.O.B.’ Proceeds to Help Texas Musicians During Coronavirus Outbreak
A few years ago Statesboro Revue was a Texas band on the rise. Easily of the state's most groovy bands, brothers Stewart and Garrett Mann were picking up fans, and rapidly growing a fan base with every stop they made, and song they played.
Then they just kinda disappeared.
Fast forward to just a couple weeks ago and the brothers reappeared with a hot new track, "Sinner, Saint, S.O.B." For their triumphant return the brothers tapped Texas stalwart Wade Bowen, rising star Mason Lively.
Statesboro Revue front man Stewart Mann told us via text, "We recorded this late last year and had no intention of putting it out. Once I started seeing the coronavirus affect on live music and my musician friends it just hit me like a ton of bricks what I needed to do. Get it out asap, and give back to those in need. So that’s why proceeds from this song will go directly to people affected by this thing. Praying we get past this quickly!
That's right, 100% of the proceeds from downloads of this song will be donated to I Heart Texas Arts, an initiative that will filter funds to those Texas artists who are most in need. The song is available on all music platforms. So, hey folks… it’s only $1.29. Go and download the song, and let’s give back to those who continue to give to us.