Whiskey Myers announces Red Rocks debut

Band performs at iconic venue on June 6th

On the heels of Friday’s announcement of a new album set for release this summer, Gold-certified renegades Whiskey Myers announce their debut at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre with a headlining show planned for June 6th. Tickets go on sale to the public this Thursday, February 23rd at 10 am local time via WhiskeyMyers.com.

“For as long as we’ve been performing, Red Rocks has been one of those iconic, bucket list venues that you dream of playing someday,” reflects frontman Cody Cannon. “As much fun as we’ve had in the studio creating this new record, those moments on the road feeling the energy of our fans are the moments we live for; so this is going to be an incredible night.”

The announcement follows the band’s recent announcement of a full Tornillo Tour, set to run April through August and including a debut at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival this summer.

The tour is named for their self-produced sixth studio album, Tornillo, which itself earns its title for the border town that is home to the 2,300-acre Sonic Ranch studio where the band spent 21 days crafting the project. Set for release on July 29th via their own Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers, the new album sees the six-piece band build upon their solid decade-plus foundation while further exploring new sonic landscapes.

Presale access to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre date and all Tornillo Tour stops is available now for members of the Official Whiskey Myers Fans Facebook page. Additionally, Spotify will give the band’s biggest fans on the platform early access beginning this Wednesday, February 23rd at 10 am local time.

Whiskey Myers also recently announced that their personally curated Firewater Music Festival will return for a second year, taking place September 29th through October 1st just outside Kansas City.

Buddy Iahn
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