Dallas Moore plus HELLROYS
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About The Event
Dallas Moore’s old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes. Satellite radio support, paired with a willingness to perform over 300 shows a year, finds the seasoned veteran positioned to reach the Americana masses with his forthcoming album Mr. Honky Tonk. Tastemakers have taken note already, with the Dallas Moore Band crowned the Ameripolitan Music Awards’ 2017 Outlaw Group of the Year. The award came after three prior nominations for the band No Depression credits with bringing “hangovers and excitement to outlaw country fans everywhere.”Recent career strides caught the attention of producer/country-music heavyweight Dean Miller, son of Roger Miller and an accomplished songwriter himself, having penned tunes with George Jones, Hank Williams III, Jamey Johnson and more. Miller entered Baird Music Group’s Nashville studio with Moore and his band to record what was originally planned to be a five-song EP. “Out of all the things we’ve ever done, I think Dean captured what I do way better than anyone else we’ve ever worked with,” Moore says. “It was the best recording experience I ever had.”
HELLROYS hail from Hatchetgash, Arkansas. They moved north to Old Hilliard's Crossing and started Ohio's first and only Serpentecostal Church of Snake Handlers. Seventy-five percent of all HELLROYS were killed that first year.
Turns out snake handling ain't legal and the HELLROYS went to prison. Released in 2012, they now tour the world singing songs of snakes, titties, and Siamese twins. With the support of their fans (the Hellions), HELLROYS have become America's Favorite Country Mid-Western Band and the sole purveyors of Dumb Country Noise.
Tickets for this show are $10 in Advance and $15 Day of Show