Win tickets to dates along Whiskey Myers national tour!

Whiskey Myers is an American Southern rock/Country group from Palestine, Texas. The band started when friends Cody Cannon and Cody Tate began playing guitar together, inspired by the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Waylon Jennings, and many other southern rock and country artists. After being joined by friend John Jeffers, they began calling themselves Lucky Southern. After playing together for a while, the three decided to start a more serious band. They enlisted friend Jeff Hogg to play drums, and asked Cannon’s cousin Gary Brown to play bass (although he did not know how to play the instrument at the time). They began playing shows around their hometown and native state of Texas, slowly starting to build a following on the Red Dirt scene.

What the music sounds like is raw, visceral emotion: pride, faith, desire, defiance. As a result, Whiskey Myers‘ music fits neatly into no genre. Sure, it’s heavily influenced by country music (“My first record was ‘The Pressure Is On’ / Ain’t it funny how your life can change with a song” Cannon sings on “Hank”), but the band credits everything from Alan Jackson and Waylon Jennings to Led Zeppelin and Nirvana as inspiration.

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Thrillcall will be doing giveaways for the below shows in red. To enter, download the app, set your city & follow on-screen prompts!

Jan. 13 – Terrell, Texas @ Silver Saloon
Jan. 14 – Lawton, Okla. @ CW Scooters
Jan. 19 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Cannery Ballroom
Jan. 20 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Delmar Hall
Jan. 21 – Columbia, Mo. @ Blue Note
Jan. 26 – Warrendale, Pa. @ Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
Jan. 27 – Lancaster, Pa. @ Chameleon Club
Jan. 28 – Columbus, Ohio @ Bluestone
Feb. 2 – Burlington, Vt. @ Higher Ground
Feb. 3 – Portland, Maine @ Port City Music Hall
Feb. 4 – Boston, Mass. @ Brighton Music Hall
Feb. 9 – New York City @ Gramercy Theatre
Feb. 10 – Asbury Park, N.J. @ Wonder Bar
Feb. 11 – Morgantown, W.V. @ Schmitt’s Saloon
Feb. 16 – Washington, D.C. @ Fillmore
Feb. 17 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Foundry at the Fillmore
Feb. 18 – Buffalo, N.Y. @ Town Ballroom
March 1 – Roswell, N.M. @ Liberty
March 2 – Farmington, N.M. @ Top Deck
March 5 – Scottsdale, Ariz. @ McDowell Mountain Music Festival
March 6 – West Hollywood, Calif. @ Troubadour
March 8 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Goldfield Trading Post
March 10 – Portland, Ore. @ Dante’s
March 11 – Seattle, Wash. @ Crocodile
March 16 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ State Room
March 17 – Denver, Colo. @ Grizzly Rose
March 18 – Grand Junction, Colo. @ Warehouse 25 Sixty-Five
March 23 – Charlotte, N.C. @ Underground
March 24 – Isle of Palms, S.C. @ The Windjammer
March 25 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Lincoln Hall
March 29 – Asheville, N.C. @ Grey Eagle
March 30 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West
March 31 – Pensacola, Fla. @ Vinyl Music Hall
April 1 – Orlando, Fla. @ Social
April 6 – Lawrence, Kan. @ Granada Theater
April 7 – Chicago, Ill. @ Joe’s on Weed Street
April 8 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s
April 13 – Cleveland, Ohio @ House of Blues
April 15 – Detroit, Mich. @ St. Andrews Hall
April 20 – New Orleans, La. @ Parish Room
April 21 – Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues
April 22 – Houston, Texas @ House of Blues
April 29 – San Antonio, Texas @ The Aztec Theater
May 4 – Dardanelle, Ark. @ Front Street Grill
May 5 – Texarkana, Texas @ Scottie’s Grill