The Dallas Moore Band, Hellroys, Billy Don Burns

Sat Dec 10 2022

8:00 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary

111 E Sixth Street Newport, KY 41071

$20 adv/$25 dos

Ages 18+

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Dallas Moore’s old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes. Satellite radio support, paired with a willingness to perform over 300 shows a year, finds the seasoned veteran positioned to reach the Americana masses with his forthcoming album Mr. Honky Tonk.

Tastemakers have taken note already, with the Dallas Moore Band crowned the Ameripolitan Music Awards’ 2017 Outlaw Group of the Year. The award came after three prior nominations for the band No Depression credits with bringing “hangovers and excitement to outlaw country fans everywhere.”

With their 2014 debut album, “Dumb Country Noise,” the HELLROYS announced themselves to an unsuspecting world. Tracks like “Wedding at Walmart” and “Outlaws Don’t Read,” quickly established the HELLROYS as a hilarious, twang-banging, must-hear band. After making a name in the regional clubs, the HELLROYS released "HELLROYS Is Real" and hit the national stage in 2018 when Sirius XM Outlaw Country radio put their hit "I Don't Do No Drugs,” into regular rotation. In 2020, the HELLROYS released "HELLROYS On Earth" to distract the joyless citizenry from everything about the year 2020. Sirius XM helped get the word out by featuring "Drunken Corn Teen Blues" and "Mama Used to Beat My Ass" on the Outlaw Country channel.

A new HELLROYS album "3 Chords & Some Bullshit" is in the works and is expected near the end of 2022. The first single, "Asshole Dog," was released on February 15, 2022. The band plans to release more singles prior to the full album release.

The Dallas Moore Band, Hellroys, Billy Don Burns

  • The Dallas Moore Band

    The Dallas Moore Band

    Country

    Dallas Moore’s old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes. Satellite radio support, paired with a willingness to perform over 300 shows a year, finds the seasoned veteran positioned to reach the Americana masses with his forthcoming album Mr. Honky Tonk.

    Tastemakers have taken note already, with the Dallas Moore Band crowned the Ameripolitan Music Awards’ 2017 Outlaw Group of the Year. The award came after three prior nominations for the band No Depression credits with bringing “hangovers and excitement to outlaw country fans everywhere.”

    Recent career strides caught the attention of producer/country-music heavyweight Dean Miller, son of Roger Miller and an accomplished songwriter himself, having penned tunes with George Jones, Hank Williams III, Jamey Johnson and more. Miller entered Baird Music Group’s Nashville studio with Moore and his band to record what was originally planned to be a five-song EP. “Out of all the things we’ve ever done, I think Dean captured what I do way better than anyone else we’ve ever worked with,” Moore says. “It was the best recording experience I ever had.”

    The EP turned album after its barnstorming title track—a song Moore actually wrote 20 years prior—gained serious traction on Sirius XM satellite radio’s Outlaw Country channel. The album’s other tunes came more recently, all of them written in the past year and a half, making them clearer snapshots of how sharing stages (and rounds of shots) with his country-music idols has impacted his songwriting. “In the last several years, I’ve been real blessed to tour with a lot of my songwriting influences, and they’ve helped me improve my craft,” Moore says. “Guys like Dean Dillon, Billy Joe Shaver and Ray Wylie Hubbard have been so supportive. It’s really cool when your heroes become your friends, and that’s what happened in the past several years.”

    Moore’s stage show—already seen in years past by fans of Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard The Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd—has improved with every opportunity to open for an iconic country or Southern-rock artist. “If you’re playing in the slot before Dean Dillon,” Moore says, “You’d better not suck.”

    Another crew of country luminaries performed on the album, including harmonica legend Mickey Raphael (Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Chris Stapleton), famed Nashville session bassist Michael Rhodes and pedal-steel master Steve Hinson. “We walked in to the studio and saw all of these incredible players lined up,” Moore says. “I thought they were there to play with someone else!”

    Even with such ample backing, the main attraction on Mr. Honky Tonk is still Moore and his deft skill as a songwriter and lyricist. Like so many of his inspirations, he’s an ace at spinning relatable stories. On “Killing Me Nice and Slow,” he weaves an impactful tale of lost love (“It’s a long way down when you’re higher than a Georgia pine on love and whiskey the night before / Then you hear the slamming of the door”). From there, Moore puts his spin on time-tested country tropes such as celebrating place (“Texahio,” a nod to splitting time between Texas and his native Cincinnati) and balancing Saturday-night hellraising with Sunday-morning God praising (“Shoot Out the Lights”).

    Moore’s mother—a bluegrass and gospel performer herself—bought her son his first guitar when he was 16 years old. Before that, sports had been his first priority. “My big claim to fame back in those days—one year I beat out Ken Griffey Jr. for the most home runs in the league,” Moore says. “But then I got a guitar the next year, and I quit—I walked away as a winner!”

    A few years later, Moore enrolled at Northern Kentucky University to study jazz and classical guitar. But he found his true calling in a less high-brow environment around the same time, performing on the local bar scene in a country house band. Multi-night stints playing classic covers set a precedent for the Dallas Moore Band’s sound and unrelenting tour schedule. And Moore’s gruff vocals have made him an ideal singer of songs about hard luck and harder living as far back as his 1991 debut LP, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys.

    Once Mr. Honky Tonk arrives in February, expect Moore to play nonstop in support of his new album. He played a whopping 327 shows in 2017, and that was without an album to promote. Who knows, he might just play solo or with his band every single night in 2018.
    The Dark Horse Rider album featuring 10 new Dallas Moore originals was released on Sol Records in January of 2015. The Dallas Moore Band was nominated for Outlaw Group of the Year at the 2016 Ameripolitan Music Awards in Austin,Texas and for Country Artist of the Year and Singer/Songwriter of the year at the 2016 CEA Awards in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    Moore's next release, a live acoustic album of new original music titled DALLAS MOORE: LIVE AT THE BULLITT COUNTY JAIL is slated for release in October 2016 on SOL Records.

    Dallas Moore’s music is featured regularly on SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Outlaw Country Channel 60, CMT.comYallwire.com and terrestrial AM/FM radio in America, Canada, Europe, Australia and Brazil. You’ll also find Moore profiled in the book “Outlaws Still At Large!” by author Neil Alexander Hamilton along with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, David Allan Coe, Blackberry Smoke, Wayne Mills & more.
  • Hellroys

    Hellroys

    Country

    HELLROYS hail from Hatchetgash, Arkansas. They moved north to Old Hilliard's Crossing and started Ohio's first and only Serpentecostal Church of Snake Handlers. Seventy-five percent of all HELLROYS were killed that first year.

    Turns out snake handling ain't legal and the HELLROYS went to prison. Released in 2012, they now tour the world singing songs of snakes, titties, and Siamese twins. With the support of their fans, the HELLROYS have become America's Favorite Country Mid-Western Band and the sole purveyors of Dumb Country Noise.

    The HELLROYS’ debut album “Dumb Country Noise” put the band on the map and has sold well into the single digits. The band has just released a follow up called “HELLROYS Is Real” which is on its way to record-breaking, double-digit sales numbers.

  • Billy Don Burns

    Billy Don Burns

    Country

    "Billy Don Burns is a true Country Music Warrior. He wears his battle scars with honor, depicting the stories of his life in his songs with brutal and beautiful honesty. He’s respected far and wide for his long career in songwriting and performing, and he’s still out there. He’s lived it and breathed it through lifetimes of country music passion and pain. Carrying the guitar like a sword on his back, he battles for the Poet. He battles for the Artist. He battles for the souls who defy modern convention. And every time he strikes a chord in some smoke-filled Honky Tonk, he wins. Billy Don Burns started out in this business working with legends, and somewhere along the way he became one himself."

    -Outlaw Magazine

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The Dallas Moore Band, Hellroys, Billy Don Burns

Sat Dec 10 2022 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary Newport KY
The Dallas Moore Band, Hellroys, Billy Don Burns

$20 adv/$25 dos Ages 18+

Dallas Moore’s old-school country sound developed honestly, following over 20 years of sharing stages and studios with his honky-tonk heroes. Satellite radio support, paired with a willingness to perform over 300 shows a year, finds the seasoned veteran positioned to reach the Americana masses with his forthcoming album Mr. Honky Tonk.

Tastemakers have taken note already, with the Dallas Moore Band crowned the Ameripolitan Music Awards’ 2017 Outlaw Group of the Year. The award came after three prior nominations for the band No Depression credits with bringing “hangovers and excitement to outlaw country fans everywhere.”

With their 2014 debut album, “Dumb Country Noise,” the HELLROYS announced themselves to an unsuspecting world. Tracks like “Wedding at Walmart” and “Outlaws Don’t Read,” quickly established the HELLROYS as a hilarious, twang-banging, must-hear band. After making a name in the regional clubs, the HELLROYS released "HELLROYS Is Real" and hit the national stage in 2018 when Sirius XM Outlaw Country radio put their hit "I Don't Do No Drugs,” into regular rotation. In 2020, the HELLROYS released "HELLROYS On Earth" to distract the joyless citizenry from everything about the year 2020. Sirius XM helped get the word out by featuring "Drunken Corn Teen Blues" and "Mama Used to Beat My Ass" on the Outlaw Country channel.

A new HELLROYS album "3 Chords & Some Bullshit" is in the works and is expected near the end of 2022. The first single, "Asshole Dog," was released on February 15, 2022. The band plans to release more singles prior to the full album release.

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