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Bart Crow And Whiskey Myers Receive Endorsement From America’s Top Selling Beer
NASHVILLE, TN - (June 26, 2012) For Texas-based artists Bart Crow and Whiskey Myers Miller Time is the best time. Both have joined forces with Miller Lite, entering the ranks of select artists endorsed by MillerCoors. The sponsorship will broaden Bart Crow and Whiskey Myers’ fanbase across Texas through Miller Lite’s unique marketing and retail promotions.
This is just the beginning of another great ride for Texas Red Dirt scene favorite Bart Crow with his new single “Little Bit Of Luck” hitting the Texas radio airwaves and forthcoming full-length album to be released this fall.
“It is an exciting privilege to be a part of the Miller Lite family,” shares Bart Crow. “Being a Miller Lite drinker myself, I knew all those beers I drank would count for something… It is amazing to make it official!”
The hot new band in the Lone Star State, Whiskey Myers is loud, raucous, proud and known for their unpredictable and energizing live shows. Even though fans never know what is going to come next from Whiskey Myers, one thing that is certain is their beer choice – Miller Lite.
“We’ve been drinking Miller Lite for years and glad we are able to team up! We couldn’t think of a more delicious sponsor,” says Whiskey Myers guitarist John Jeffers.
Currently, Whiskey Myers is on the road playing shows nationwide in support of their new single “Anna Marie” from their album Firewater. Upcoming dates include Albuquerque, NM (6/28) and Denver, CO (6/29).
For more information on Bart Crow and to listen to “Little Bit Of Luck,” visit www.bartcrowmusic.com
And for Whiskey Myers, visit www.whiskeymyers.com
About Bart Crow
With six Top 10 singles on the Texas Music Chart and over 30,000 albums and downloads sold, Bart Crow has hit multiple milestones in his career, solidifying Bart Crow as one of the most dynamic live bands in the Texas/Red Dirt scene and beyond. At the heart of a good show are great songs, and Crow is known for his honest and relatable writing. Songs like the No. 1 “Saying Goodbye,” “Run With The Devil,” and “Wear My Ring” are what keeps the Bart Crow Band on the road and on the charts.
About Whiskey Myers
With its superb twin-lead guitars, Cody Cannon’s rough-cut lead vocals and a solid, uncluttered rhythm section, the band typically winds around a Lynyrd Skynyrd/Led Zeppelin-centered foundation, veering off in spokes of grunge, psychedelia, harmony-laden pop-rock and rockabilly. Whiskey Myers’ debut album, Road Of Life, established the guys as a worthy heir to Skynyrd’s blue-collar tradition. The sinewy sound and intense musical interplay worked well in concert, and dates began piling up in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. By September 2009, every member of Whiskey Myers had made the band his full-time job. Fast forward to 2012 and the group has released their buzzed about sophomore album Firewater, opened for Rock Legend Ted Nugent and made their debut on CMT Pure Country with the video for “Ballad of a Southern Man.”   

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