Win Tickets to See Whiskey Myers Live in Concert!
Whiskey Myers have hit the road! The Southern rock group is out on their Live Nation’s Ones to Watch Tour, presented by SiriusXM Outlaw Country, and The Boot is giving readers a chance to win tickets to a number of the trek's stops.
Whiskey Myers' 2017 tour began on Jan. 6 in Odessa, Texas. The Boot has tickets to give away to the following upcoming stops:
- Feb. 4 – Boston, Mass. @ Brighton Music Hall
- Feb. 9 – New York City @ Grammercy Theatre
- Feb. 10 – Asbury Park, N.J. @ Wonder Bar
- Feb. 16 – Washington, D.C. @ Fillmore
- Feb. 17 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Foundry at the Fillmore
- March 8 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Goldfield Trading Post
- March 11 – Seattle, Wash. @ Crocodile
- March 23 – Charlotte, N.C. @ Underground
- March 30 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West
- April 1 – Orlando, Fla. @ Social
- April 13 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Cambridge Room at the House of Blues
- April 15 – Detroit, Mich. @ St. Andrew's 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
Earn entries into a drawing for tickets to the concert of your choice by following The Boot, Whiskey Myers and our partner Live Nation on Twitter and Instagram, visiting us on Facebook or signing up for our mailing list. Enter as many times as you want; the more activities you complete, the more entries you earn! After the contest ends on Jan. 31 at 11:59PM ET, we'll select a total of six winners per show, and each winner will receive one pair of tickets. Be sure to read The Boot’s official contest rules before entering, and good luck!
In September, Whiskey Myers released their third studio album, Mud. Produced by Dave Cobb, the project adds a new level of soul to the band’s time-worn Southern rock sound, pairing gospel choirs and elaborate horn sections with the Lynyrd Skynyrd-inspired country rock for which the group has become known. The project debuted at No. 4 on the country charts.
“I think we’ve all grown as musicians a little bit, and I think the songwriting has gotten better, and I think that just kind of as people we’ve grown also,” Whiskey Myers bassist Gary Brown tells The Boot, “and I think all those things come together and come out in the music a little bit more, and I think that’s a good mark of what music should do, is to grow with the creators of the music.”
For more information and to purchase tickets to all of the shows on Whiskey Myers' 2017 Live Nations Ones to Watch Tour, visit their website.
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