TOMMY SHANE STEINER WRAPS UP BUSY WEEK

Newcomer Tommy Shane Steiner was busy last week, promoting his debut album "Then Came The Night."

To kick off the launch of the album, Tommy held an album-signing event at a Wal-Mart in his hometown of Austin, Texas. He was there for three and a half hours and signed his name over 1000 times.

Next, Tommy performed his single "What If She's An Angel" on a local Dallas Fox station.

Then it was off to visit Fort Hood Army base, where Tommy expected only to take a tour, but instead took part in an Army briefing and training session. From there it was off to spend some time in a battlefield simulator before getting to drive an actual tank!

Before leaving the base, Tommy performed for the troops at the base and, of course, signed copies of his album.

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