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On their sophomore album, Whiskey Myers wrap themselves in the Stars and Bars as they serve up unadulterated Southern rock with gusto. The Texas-bred quintet recalls the ‘70s heyday of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, and other guitar-centric Dixie combos. Six-string ferocity and an ornery vocal attitude give tunes like “Bar, Guitar and a Honky Tonk Crowd,” “Turn It Up," and “Strange Dreams” the bite of a junkyard Rottweiler jacked up on Jim Beam. The band shows off its blues-boogie instincts on the hard-slamming “Different Mold” and embrace acoustic country on the quietly searing “Song for You.” Lead singer Cody Cannon reins in his throat-shredding tendencies to deliver “Virginia” with surprising tenderness and lend “Broken Window Serenade” an almost Dylanesque folk quality. If the album has a centerpiece, it’s “Ballad of a Southern Man,” a heartfelt expression of down-home pride that’s comparable to Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” in its mix of nostalgia and defiance. Producer Leroy Powell keeps the tracks sounding radio-ready without sanding down the band’s pugnacious edge.

Customer Reviews

East Texas is in the House!

Gotta love original Texas country music!! These boys have a good sound and tight band. I really love the lead
riffs and the heart felt lyrics. I know its a hard road to travel and long way to paying the bills so thanks for the
time and dedication. Get the whole album because Dyin for Tonight is a keeper. Can't wait to catch a live show !

The Proud Return of Good Ole' Southern Rock!!

If you enjoy Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Creedance, Allman Brothers or the like, then don't miss Whiskey Myers! Firewater is their second album and it is awesome! Lead singer Cody Cannon is an unbelievable lyricist, Cody Tate and John Jeffers are a phenomenal pair working the electric guitars, you'll love Gary Brown's walkin' Bass, and Jeff Hogg keeps your foot tappin' with exceptional drums. In particular, check out Guitar Picker, Ballad of a Southern Man, Calm Before the Storm, Different Mold, and Virginia. If you have an opprotunity to catch a live show, then don't miss it, because they are even better live!

Thank you Whiskey Myers for another awesome album!! Keep em' comming guys!

No more Lonely East Texas Nights!

The first album now a second Album that is just as good or better! The style is different, but the vocals still remain the same with a Rock touch thrown in. I would recomond this album to anybody who loved the first! Keep up the good work!


Formed: 2008 in Elkhart, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Built on the Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern rock template, complete with country and blues overtones, Whiskey Myers formed in Elkhart, Texas when housemates Cody Cannon (lead vocals and guitar) and Cody Tate (lead guitar) began writing songs together. Soon enlisting the help of friend and guitarist John Jeffers, the trio began calling themselves Lucky Southern. Relocating to Tyler, Texas, they added Jeff Hogg (drums) and Gary Brown (bass) to the band, and after a name change to Whiskey Myers, began playing...
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