Whiskey Myers are still riding high after the success of their 2022 album, Tornillo. However, the Southern rockers are about to get a whole lot higher as they travel up into the Colorado mountains for two headlining shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
The two shows, which have been scheduled for June 14 and 15, will be supported by Whitey Morgan, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Record Company and Brent Cobb.
Speaking about the upcoming shows, Whiskey Myers’ guitarist, John Jeffers, emphasised the band's excitement at the prospect of a 2023 Red Rocks return, “Red Rocks had always been a bucket-list venue for us, to the point where we didn’t even go see a show there as fans, because we wanted our first time seeing it to be from the stage as headliners. For our fans to share that excitement with us the way they did was a magical experience and we can’t wait to do it again – twice – this summer”.
The rugged, Red-Dirt-inspired group made their Red Rocks debut last year. Given the fact that the 2022 show sold out in one day, Whiskey Myers were keen to schedule two dates this time around, to ensure that fans that missed out the first time around would be able to get tickets this year.
The two Red Rocks performances will help Whiskey Myers to gear up for their eagerly awaited dates supporting Eric Church on his 2023 The Outsiders Revival tour.
The band will join up with Church in August for a slew of shows that stretch into September. Whiskey Myers also have a range of headlining arena dates lined up for 2023, with performances booked across Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Nevada, Louisiana and more.
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