Whiskey Myers for o2 Institute in May

Whiskey Myers for o2 Institute in May

Whiskey Myers will be calling in to Birmingham as part of their European tour.

As a band they capture that soulful, Southern Rock / Red Dirt style of music.    Their latest studio album, ‘Mud’, was released on September 9th via Spinefarm Records. Helmed by Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Rival Sons, etc.) – ‘Mud’ sees the East Texans taking their easy style and sound to fresh levels, straddling a number of different genres (soul, country, classic rock, blues, etc.) in the process.

They will be at the o2 Institute on 21st May and we will be there to watch them.

17 May – Newcastle O2 Academy 2
18 May – Glasgow O2 ABC
20 May – Manchester O2 Ritz
21 May – Birmingham O2 Institute
22 May – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
23 May – Norwich Waterfront
24 May – Cardiff Tramshed
25 May – London Electric Ballroom

 

Photo courtesy of PR.

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