grandpa-and-me-sex (Nashville, Tenn. – May 13, 2015) – Country group loud rough gay porn JB and the Moonshine Band will release their new album, http://sasakitatsuo.com/porn-vally Mixtape, on June 30, 2015. The release will mark the follow-up to the band’s previous albums Ain’t Goin’ Back To Jail and Beer for Breakfast.
Leadoff single http://nonprofitrockstartour.com/sexual-rivalry “Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45” will hit Texas radio on May 26, and will also be available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers the same day. In its first week on Play MPE®, the single is currently the second most streamed single on the platform. The self-produced track was recorded at follow Red Wasp Studios, housed in Patterson’s 100-year-old log cabin near Tyler, TX.
Of the new album, band frontman JB Patterson comments, “Although ‘Mixtape’ is the title of one of the songs on the album, it also describes the varied styles on the album. I would say that the album is indeed Country, but more specifically, it’s traditional Country, outlaw/alternative Country, pop Country, rock, and Americana all at the same time. The fact that every song has a different feel just reinforced that the album should be called ‘Mixtape’. All in all, Mixtape offers of a wide variety of styles, themes and subject matter while maintaining the sonic characteristics and authenticity that our fans are used to.”
No stranger to album success, JB and the Moonshine Band’s 2012 release, Beer for Breakfast, was named one of the Top 5 ‘Country Albums of the Year’ by Rolling Stone Magazine. The band’s previous releases produced six Top 10 singles and three consecutive No.1’s on the Texas Billboard Chart. Additionally, JB and the Moonshine Band continue to tour heavily and are slated to play the 1000th live performance of their career this year. The past two years, the band averaged 175 live tour dates per year in over 40 states, all while writing and producing the new album.
JB and the Moonshine Band formed in 2009 when singer-songwriter JB Patterson decided to give up his advertising career and start a band. When JB coordinated an open-call audition in Tyler, TX, only three people showed up. Coincidentally once he heard them play, he realized that he could not have hand picked a better band himself. The four-piece band is comprised of drummer watch Gabe Guevara, guitarist http://mundobolivar.com/asian-maid-service-sex-video Hayden McMullen, bassist hooter girl porn videos Chris Flores and lead singer go to link JB Patterson, who also plays guitar. The newly formed ensemble wasted no time and threw together a PA, rented a U-Haul van and started taking any gigs they could find throughout East Texas.
Now in their sixth year together, JB and the Moonshine Band have gained national attention from their partnership with the nation’s largest legal moonshine company, http://rustymillertennis.com/cute-ass-clips Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, who is the band’s biggest sponsor and provided the group with a co-branded tour bus wrap, hence the bus’s clever name, “Ole Smoky.”
For more information on JB and The Moonshine Band and a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit their official website at www.JBandtheMoonshineBand.com and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
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http://vinnysolution.com/cutie-blow-jobs Mixtape Track Listing and Songwriters:
1. Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45 (JB Patterson)
2. You Can’t Take My Backroads (JB Patterson / Kyle Jacobs / Randy Montana)
3. Mixtape (JB Patterson)
4. How Can I Miss You (JB Patterson)
5. Light It Up (JB Patterson / Lex Lipsitz)
6. Close Enough To Heaven (JB Patterson)
7. Wagon (Jeff Middleton / Ben Stennis / JB Patterson)
8. Keep a Couple Beers Cold (Jeff Jones)
9. Good Lord’s Grace (JB Patterson)
10. Mess Outta Me (JB Patterson)
11. Where’s Woody Guthrie (Allen Shamblin / Rob Crosby)
12. Back When We Were Kids (JB Patterson)
13. Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45 (Remix) (JB Patterson)
JB and the Moonshine Band
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