Good morning. Hope you are all safe and well. Bandcamp is waiving their revenue share today to support artists. Thanks Bandcamp! You can find all three of our releases there including our new album “Lost on the Range”. You can download the music in a variety of formats and/or listen with the Bandcamp app on your phone. Just click on the link below. https://thewhiskeycharmers.bandcamp.com/
Hello everyone, hope you are staying safe and well. Our new album “Lost on the Range” is available on Bandcamp for digital download. Just click here. It will be on all other digital outlets starting April 10th. Enjoy 🙂
We are 81 percent funded on our Indiegogo to make our third album with one day left! So many great rewards to choose from including CDs, Cassettes, Lemon Cookies, T-shirt’s, Album Credits, Private Shows, Guitar Picks, Action Figures and a hard cover photo book of our pictures from the road. Pledge at http://igg.me/at/WhiskeyCharmers/x/14913175
Hey everyone, word on the street is that cassettes are back in style, so we added a special reward to our Indiegogo campaign. Bust out your Walkman and head over to http://igg.me/at/WhiskeyCharmers/x/14913175 to claim yours!
Many thanks to The Ferndale Set for shooting this live video of our song “Super 8” at PJ’s Lager House in Corktown. We had blast hanging out at PJs and filming, and we hope you enjoy the song! We will be back in the studio soon to record the song for our third record, which will be out sometime in 2019.
We are excited to announce that three songs from our first record are in the new video game Detroit: Become Human, developed by Quantic Dream and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, released worldwide on May 25th. The game takes place in Detroit in 2038 and is centered around three androids: Connor, Kara, and Markus. All three songs in the game (Can’t Leave, Straight and Narrow, and C Blues) play inside Jimmy’s bar where Connor meets Lieutenant Anderson.
You can find “Can’t Leave” in the first scene of the video game walk through below.
We spoke with Michael Jackman from The Detroit Metro Times the other day, and he wrote a fun article which you can find here.
The coolest thing about our music being in Detroit: Become Human? People are still listening to our songs in 2038! 🙂
We are happy to announce that our 2017 album “The Valley” has won a Detroit Music Award for Best Country Recording. Many thanks to everyone who helped us with this album. Everyone who contributed to our Indiegogo, Brian Ferriby on drums, Ozzie Andrews and Johnny Albert Abel on bass, David Roof also on bass and for audio engineering at his studio Rooftop Recording and Jim Diamond for mixing/mastering. We will be getting back into the Rooftop Recording studio soon to work on our third record, set for release sometime in 2019.
Hey everyone, can you help us out? We can’t decide which song to enter for the NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Let us know which song you vote for – “Lullaby” or “Super 8”. Video links below! Many thanks to Johnny’s Speakeasy for letting us crash their great venue!