Moonshine Bandits Release “Lady Luck” Video & Announce Blacked Out Tour With Jelly Roll & Pruno
Cementing their reputation as one of the hardest working acts in rebel music, Central California’s Moonshine Bandits partnered with Inked Magazine to launch their brand new video for “Lady Luck” online at http://www.inkedmag.com/inked-exclusive-premiere-moonshine-bandits-lady-luck/. The group have also announced the dates for their upcoming Blacked Out Tour with country rapper JellyRoll, Crucifix, and California outlaw rapper Pruno. The Moonshine Bandits will be touring in support of their new album “Blacked Out”, which lands in stores on July 17th and features guest appearances by The LACS, Demun Jones, Bubba Sparxxx, Durwood Black, Crucifix, Redneck Souljers, Colt Ford, Sarah Ross, Lenny Cooper and members of Jawga Boyz and Moccasin Creek.
“We are really fired up for the ‘Blacked Out’ Tour because we plan to bring an entirely new live set, new stage look and most of all, new music! We are also excited to come back to the West Coast to raise hell with all the die-hard shiners that helped us build our career,” says Tex. “Thick smoke, dim lights, whiskey and loud music is how it’s gonna go down on the Blacked Out Tour so you don’t want miss it.”
Long before people figured out that country and rap had a lot in common, the Moonshine Bandits released their genre-blending album, “Whiskey & Women,” and took the world of outlaw music by storm. The group’s blue-collar work ethic and unwavering persistence has led to over 10 million views on the ShinerTV YouTube channel – collectively over 25 million views on YouTube – while their video for “My Kind of Country” peaked at #1 on CMT Pure. Connecting with fans on all levels, Moonshine Bandits have built a solid “Shiner Nation” of loyal fans, developed their own brand of Shiner Barbeque Seasoning, Beef Jerky and legal Moonshine.
“Blacked Out” is the most adventurous MSB album ever. With its crunchy guitar riffs and southern rock swagger, “Blacked Out” is a soundtrack to the real lives of Bird and Tex. Their friendship was forged in all-night keg parties deep in the country; their music grew from what they’d experienced together as restless young men who refuse to apologize for their patriotism, who value family and freedom and above all who feel the calling to celebrate those many Americans who share their beliefs.
Aug. 5-Idaho Falls, ID – DB’s Steak and Brew House
Aug. 6-Billings, MT – Pub Station
Aug. 7-Spokane, WA – Pinnacle, NW
Aug. 9-Seattle, WA – El Corazon
Aug. 12-Eugene, OR – Cozmic
Aug. 13-Boise, ID – Revolution Center
Aug. 14-Salt Lake City, UT – Westerner Club
Aug. 15-Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
Aug. 16-Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
Aug. 19-Phoenix, AZ – Last Exit Live
Aug. 20-Flagstaff, AZ – Museum Club
Aug. 21-Las Vegas, NV – LVCS
Aug. 22-Modesto, CA – Xclamation Fest (No Jellyroll or Crucifix)
Aug. 23-Fullerton, CA – Slidebar Rock N Roll Kitchen
Aug. 26-San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
Aug. 27-Bakersfield, CA – B Ryders Rockin’ Sports Bar
Aug. 28-Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
Aug. 29-Trinidad, CA – Diamond Back Legacy Event (No Jellyroll or Crucifix)