We have launched our Indiegogo for our third album! Everyone who pledges gets a download of our song “Human” the same day that they pledge. Many more rewards available such as album downloads, CDs, T-shirts, album credits, private shows and more at https://igg.me/at/WhiskeyCharmers !
Hey everyone! Tune in this Wednesday June 20th to see our live music video of “Super 8” debut on Ditty TV, a television network that supports Americana and Roots Music. The video was filmed by The Ferndale Set at PJs Lager House in Detroit, and will be appearing on the Ditty TV program called The Curve.
Times to tune in!
10PM/CDT on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Rebroadcast 10AM/CDT on Thursday, June 21st
TO WATCH DITTY TV:
DittyTV is accessible on the web and on any connected device, and also on your TV set via AppleTV, FireTV, Roku, GoogleTV, Sony and LG Smart Televisions, and through cable providers with digital service , such as Mediacom, Comcast and Cox via a Tivo box. Or, online via this link: https://dittytv.com/watch/
VIDEO CREDITS BELOW
The Whiskey Charmers
“Super 8” – Original song by The Whiskey Charmers
Copyright 2018 Sweet Apple Pie Records
Carrie Shepard: Vocals and Guitar
Lawrence Daversa: Guitar and Backing Vocals
Ozzie Andrews: Upright Bass
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! 🙂
Many thanks to Flooshime Zipper Boots for the great mini-review of our new album!
“The Valley is the sophomore album from Detroit band The Whiskey Charmers. The eleven tracks flawlessly blend blues rock, alt-country and folk rock into a masterful album that is sultry, swinging, heavy when it should be and intimate at all times. This is a band unafraid to show their grasp of somewhat arcane styles, by dragging them into a modern interpretation that works from start to finish. Highlighted by strong vocals and musicianship, this album is a must have. Stream and buy The Valley at the following link.” – Floorshime Zipper Boots – 10/5/2017
We are happy to announce that our debut self-titled album has been nominated for a Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Americana Recording! Members of the Detroit Music community are eligible to register and vote at www.detroitmusicawards.com. If you haven’t heard our album yet, you can click our Bandcamp link here for an easy place to stream it. Thanks for all of your support!
Many thanks to Country Perspective for supporting our music and for the wonderful review of our album!
“For the second time this year, we’ve got a fantastic album from an alt-country act out of Detroit (Whitey Morgan was the other). I don’t think The Whiskey Charmers could produce a much better debut album than this. Carrie Shepard is a very talented vocalist who could sing pretty much whatever she wants, while Lawrence Daversa dazzles me with his guitar play. It’s makes for a perfect combination. These two were made to make music with each other. ” – Country Perspective – July 11, 2015″
In December we had the chance to appear on Red Barn Radio in Lexington, Kentucky. It recently broadcast on the NPR station WUKY 91.3 in Lexington and the surrounding area. Here is the show, complete with a music performance, interviews and embarrassing personal details about our lives. Have a listen!