2Steel Girls Launches Red, White & Blue Girls Single and Music Video

2Steel Girls
2Steel Girls

Columbus, GA -(AmmoLand.com)- If you love country music, good times with friends and Old Glory, then you’re going to want to check out 2Steel Girls new single and music video, Red, White & Blue Girls.

2Steel Girls member, Krystal Steel, said, “We are so excited about launching this song and video. This is the first time we’ve recorded a song we haven’t written. When we first listened to this song, we thought it fit right along with who we are. We’re a country band and we love America. We’re both very patriotic.”

Ambassadors for the Realtree Girl brand, 2Steel Girls is comprised of Allison and daughter Krystal. The duo are lifelong hunting, fishing and general outdoor enthusiasts. They’ve been in the music industry for five years and were featured on The Voice, where Blake Shelton proclaimed, “You will have a bright future in country music.”

The mother and daughter group has since toured more than 350 dates, made many national television appearances and released two fan-funded EP’s. With incredible vocals and a huge sense of humor, it’s easy to understand why 2Steel Girls fan base has grown so very quickly.

As Shelton predicted, the future continues to look bright for the duo with the release of their new song and video, which Allison says reflects both their love for their country and their passion for having fun.

“We wanted the video to speak to our fan base, while honoring our military and the sacrifices they’ve made,” Allison said. “The people who listen to our music and wear and use Realtree camo items are just everyday country folks, so that’s why we decided to only use our friends in the video. The guy featured returning home from service is our friend Todd Clark, who is actually in the army. One thing you’ll also notice is that our friends come in many colors. We wanted our video to reflect the diversity of our friends and fans. Race is a divisive subject in our country right now, but music has the power to unify.”

Allison and Krystal joined the Realtree team in March 2015 as brand ambassadors for the Realtree Girl lifestyle brand. They have since partnered with Chevy Corporate, Orca Coolers, Hunt’s Brothers Pizza, Nouveau Eyewear, Grace In LA Jeans, Colosseum Athletics, Titanium Buzz jewelry, Breedlove Guitars, Realtree Shoes, Realtree Girl Handbags and Vietti Chili.

“Our sponsors are also featured in the video,” Allison said. “We were especially thrilled that Realtree sent us the 2016 Silverado Realtree Edition truck to use in the video. The truck is phenomenal and made a great addition to the project.”

Fans can purchase the single on iTunes, buy a signed cd of the single from the 2Steel Girls website and watch the video on YouTube.

About Realtree:

Realtree is the world’s leading camouflage designer, marketer and licensor with over 2,000 licensees utilizing the Realtree camouflage brand. Thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products are available in Realtree camouflage patterns. In addition, Realtree is committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places, and the wildlife that resides there.

For more information, visit: www.Realtree.com.

Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
James Bailey

Per the usual for modern groups, there is absolutely nothing country or Western about this song. The style is modern pop. They both have really good voices, but the style is crap which is why I continue to not listen to modern country anything!!! I’ll stick with the Hag, Jones, Waylon, country Charlie Pride, Willy, Marty Robbins, The Statler Brothers, The Oak Ridge Boys, Patsy Cline, Emmylou Harris, Randy Travis, Clint Black, and a bevy of others who have more talent in their less than successful songs, then the so-called hits of this new generation. You guys can keep the… Read more »

Wild Bill

@JB, Holy Crap, what was that… white trash rap!? I tried to give them a fair and open minded hearing, but I could only stand it for 37 seconds! At least they are pro-USA. I, however, am with you Brother Bailey. Give me Tammy Wynet, Dolly Parton, and that guy that sang “The Ballad of New Orleans” whose name I always forget.

Wild Bill

Johnny Horton, I believe.


I agree. I made it to the 37 second mark as well. Am in complete agreement with both of you. I’ll go back to Roberta Flack and company where there is real talent.