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Whiskey Myers

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About Whiskey Myers
Genres:
Southern Rock, Country, Rock
Band Members:
Cody Cannon-Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Cody Tate-Lead Guitar, Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, John Jeffers-Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Lead Guitar, Gary Brown-Bass, Jeff Hogg-Drums, For Booking Inquiries please contact:, Henry Glascock, HG@wmeentertainment.com
Hometown:
Tyler, Texas

Whiskey Myers makes honest music. Loud and proud, they sing about what they know with a refreshing directness and clarity. Some call it rebel music, but it’s more like ...
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Posted by Whiskey Myers
2 days ago
Our new song "Gasoline" is out everywhere now! Click here to pre-pre order the album and get the song instantly - https://orcd.co/whiskeymyers
Posted by Whiskey Myers
2 days ago
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Fan Live Reviews
The band is spectacular, especially John Jeffers who is breathtaking. It was fantastic despite Cody Cannon’s out-of-sync-with-music delivery of the lyrics, especially early in the set. (Hey Cody, if you are bored with “bars, guitars and honky tonk crowd” then play something else. And decide on the lyrics for “Ballad of a Southern Man” because you never sing it the same twice.) Cody’s delivery improved through the set and the new music was really good and well received. That was my 15th WM concert and it won’t be the last.
July 4th 2019
Whiskey Myers was awesome. They play hard and fast and clearly had a blast doing it. I’ll go see them again when they come back through town, no question. They added 3-4 minutes to some of their best songs going on runs and jamming. Five stars for their effort and performance. Two stars for the venue. Venue staff was great, but the mics, acoustic balance and lights all sucked. Cody Cannon couldn’t get more that a few inches away from the lead mic before his voice would completely cut out. John Jeffers and Cody Tate would be running licks together up front, with one spotlighted and the other completely in the dark. Acoustic guitar, harmonica and subtler parts of the performance could barely be heard.
July 1st 2019
Great entertainers as always. Add that to the fact that they have been on the road a ton and it was a good show. However... the audio, specifically the lead mic was terrible. Saw them at Hawthorne theater last year it was night and day difference.
Brent Cobb and his band were a fantastic opener to get the show going. Whiskey Myers was outstanding. Loved all the songs from the new album! Great mix of old and new. Cody and the boys' interactions with the audience was great. Can't wait to see them again!
Chelsey
Palestine, TX@
Wiggy Thump Festival
June 10th 2019
Loved getting to see the cousin and the guys play along with the other bands they all did so good hopefully this is continued each summer would be good for many of us who can't travel far. The only time I get to them play is when they are here in good old Palestine.
Jose
Lubbock, TX@
Cotton Fest
May 5th 2019
Great concert, relaxed happy atmosphere. Security was professional and friendly. Great flexibility with the bad weather. Only confusion was a guard at the bar. Would not let us in, even after other guards did, seemed that the rules changed halfway through the concert. She would not explain and was very short and rude. Outside of that it was a great time for my friends and I. Looking forward to next year!!
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About Whiskey Myers
Genres:
Southern Rock, Country, Rock
Band Members:
Cody Cannon-Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Cody Tate-Lead Guitar, Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, John Jeffers-Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Lead Guitar, Gary Brown-Bass, Jeff Hogg-Drums, For Booking Inquiries please contact:, Henry Glascock, HG@wmeentertainment.com
Hometown:
Tyler, Texas

Whiskey Myers makes honest music. Loud and proud, they sing about what they know with a refreshing directness and clarity. Some call it rebel music, but it’s more like ...
Read More