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AVENUE BEAT’s Sami Bearden, Savana Santos and Sam Backoff look like your average 20-somethings. But underneath the baggy clothes and wicked side-eye, the three young women from Quincy, Illinois are a pack of theater nerd songwriter/programmers sent to distill their angst of their generation with a wink and a nudge. “thank you anxiety,” written shortly after moving away from home, blithely name-checks all the ways social awkwardness makes life patently awful. Avenue Beat’s angst-rejecting anthem “Ruin That For Me” recently debuted on Country Radio and is currently climbing the charts. Named an “Artist to Watch” by Sounds Like Nashville, Taste of Country, The Boot, NY Country Swag and more, Avenue Beat was also selected as a Music Row 2020 “Next Big Thing,” Music Choice “Country Rising 20” and CMT ‘Listen Up’ 2020 Artist, in addition to being inducted into CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2020.They will join Rascal Flatts’ FAREWELL: LIFE IS A HIGHWAY TOUR this fall.