Whiskey Myers announce Winter 2016 Headlining UK Tour

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Soulful Southern rockers Whiskey Myers will return in December for their debut headline UK tour; the band – hailing from East Texas – were recently here for the Download Festival (June 12th), and prior to that they made their first visit to these shores Special Guesting with kindred spirits, The Cadillac Three (January / February 2016).

The full list of headline UK dates is as follows.

UK Live Dates 2016:
Dec 1st – London, The Dome
Dec 2nd – Birmingham, O2 Institute3
Dec 5th – Manchester, Ruby Lounge
Dec 6th – Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut

Get tickets here.

“We love coming over to the UK.  The crowds are always rockin’! We can’t wait to play our first headlining tour in December” – Whiskey Myers

Prior to this run of shows, Whiskey Myers (Cody Cannon – Lead Vocals, Guitar | Cody Tate – Guitar, Vocals | John Jeffers – Guitar, Vocals | Gary Brown – Bass | Jeff Hogg – Drums) will have their latest studio album, “Mud”, released through Spinefarm Records; the follow-up to “Early Morning Shakes” (2014, also issued via Spinefarm in the UK), “Mud” sees the band reuniting with Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Rival Sons, etc.), who also helmed their “Early Morning Shakes” outing.

A confirmed release date for “Mud” will be announced shortly.

“Mud” sees Whiskey Myers taking their easy style and sound to fresh levels, co-writing a track with Rich Robinson (“Frogman”, the storming set opener at Download) and generally delivering a set of songs packed with narrative vocals, emotive hooks and twin guitar strength, straddling different genres – including soul, country & classic rock – along the way.

Through the quality of their song-writing, plus their undeniable power in concert and on record, the band has attracted a devoted army of home-grown fans who pack out venues, sing their praises online, and continue to make Whiskey Myers a word-of-mouth sensation… and that fervour is now spreading quickly overseas.

Wilder than a cyclone, smoother than home-grown….