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The Moonshine Riders

by The Moonshine Riders

In Nashville, they're described as "Rock Opry". In New York, "Pyschobilly" and in Canada, simply "Rockabilly, Country Punk Rock". All generations will enjoy their music.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Straight Flush
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2. Playin That Country Music
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3. Western Star
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4. Here I Am Now
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5. Perfect Days
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Album Notes
Well it all started in Lucan Town, Ontario, Canada, when The Moonshine Riders began their pursuit to settle the score with Country Music. A band consisting of five regulators, Dust n' Bones (bass), Lonestar Law (keys), Jeffy B (axe), Heartbreak Hardy (lead vocals, tele) & Nevada Brown (skins).

The boys create and perform an aggressive new style and sound of country music known in Nashville as "Rock Opry". (Quoted by John Taylor of Tootsies Orchid Lounge, Nashville Tennessee)

The Moonshine Riders unique live performance captivates audiences throughout Ontario including the International Plowing Match in Sept. 2002 with daily crowds of over 10 thousand, various bars & country events with audiences of various ages. The Moonshine Riders rocked the crowd at The World Famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge in Nashville, Tennessee Sept, 2002. Entertaining their crowd with tasteful originals, inspired country and rock & roll classics, The Moonshine Riders packed the house and with their unique stage presence, they put it all together and kicked ass.


Nevada Brown's dramatic stand up drumming,

Heartbreak Hardy's tremendous voice and good looks,

Dust n' Bones steady simple cool rhythm,

Jeffy B's psychotic 6-string work, and

Lonestar Law's Jerry Lee Lewis style tactics on the keys.

In January 2003, The Moonshine Riders completed their first album at Tootsies Riverside Studio produced by the legendary P.T. Houston.

The Moonshine Riders work to bring the heart n' soul and grit back to Country Music.


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Katherine Larsen

Loved the show i saw, best time i've had in years, friendly guys. great songs.
Love the highspeed country sound and honky tonk voice,

kevin "the KING" kingma

Best damn country in years!!!!!! Ass kickin' Ax pickin' good time!!!
The CD has a great flow of toe tappin' tunes. It sure sounds like these boys are on the way to re-writing the laws of country. I look forward to hearin' some new dirt from the boys.

The Dude

These Guys RULE!
I cannot believe how AWESOME these guys are! I bought their cd and cannot stop playing it. All the songs are fantastic to honest and true to the storytelling this is what Country Music should be,not Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney. You're gonna hear about these guys and the Voice Of Heartbreak Hardy.

Keep up the good work and looking forward to the second album.

Uncle Gussie

Album is high energy country that is reminiscent of Waylon Jennings. Not very innovative or a lot of depth, but the band must be respected for trying to bring some dignity back to the shania clad status quo of country pop. The music is real and honest which is its strength, however the songs can sound repetitive. The album does not do their live show justice. Lots of luck to the boys in developing their song writing skills on their second album and pushing past the barriers of conformed country music.