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Road of Life Import

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Whiskey Myers makes honest music. Loud and proud, they sing about what they know with a refreshing directness and clarity. Some call it rebel music, but it’s more like everyday soul. Their songs are stories, with relatable characters and situations. Stories of celebration, of mourning, of trials and triumph. Through the quality of these songs, and the band’s undeniable power ... Read more in Amazon's Whiskey Myers Store

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  • Audio CD (15 July 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Smith
  • ASIN: B001AIG41K
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,459 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Thief of Hearts
2. Kyle Hope
3. Gone Away
4. Lonely East Tx Nights
5. Hippie's Lament
6. Road of Life
7. Melancholy Blues
8. Goodbye Girl
9. Summer 2005
10. American Outlaws
11. Nobody Knows Her Name
12. Russell's Song
13. Tya

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timothy J Degg on 2 April 2014
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Dare I say it, could almost mistake these guys for Lynyrd Skynyrd/Black Crowes. Brilliant. A must for country rock fans.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bloosniffer on 17 Feb 2014
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What a band ! Stand up you Skynyrd pretenders this is where you have to get to be classed in same genre
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By growler on 11 Aug 2014
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good dealer would use again thanks
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Interview by "The Messenger" an East Texas Newspaper 23 July 2008
By Texas Music Junkie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
'Whiskey Myers': A Singing Group For The Ages By PennyLynn Webb "Just make us look cool", is what John Jeffers Lead and Rhythm Guitarist of the band Whiskey Myers told me as we concluded an interview in my office. The irony is, I don't have to try to make them look cool, Whiskey Myers is the coolest Southern Rock band to hit the scene since the prime of The Allman Brothers, Credence Clearwater Revival and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Their music with its rich incendiary sound breaks through the barrier of time taking us back to when music made your soul feel free. For those of you who haven't been formally introduced, Whiskey Myers is the newest and brightest star of the Texas music scene. Lead singer Cody Cannon of Neches and Vocalist, Rhythm and Lead Guitarist Cody Tate of Grapeland met while working at Hibbits, a sporting goods store in Palestine. Cannon introduced Tate to his longtime friend John Jeffers of Palestine. Wanting to embark on becoming a band, in 2005 these guys began jamming at the homes of their friends and family, calling themselves "Lucky Southern". They were eventually joined by Cannon's cousin Gary Brown who plays Bass and long time friend Jeff Hogg on drums. When the group found out that there was already a band named "Lucky Southern" in existence, the name "Whiskey Myers"emerged and became their new calling card. Their humble beginnings in 2007 had them playing concerts for their friends and family on flatbed trailers. "They've since have made leaps and bounds in their career opening for Roger Creager, The Eli Young Band and The Randy Roger Band just to name a notable few. Now on the verge of signing a contract with Smith Entertainment, their first album is set to be released in stores on July 15, all the while readying themselves to lay down tracks on a second album. Lead singer Cody Cannon has a voice that could be likened to the sound of Gregg Allman lead singer of The Allman Brothers with a hint of Jon Bon Jovi and maybe a splash of lead singer of Guns n Roses, Axel Rose. Already seasoned for success, his voice is layered with wisdom well beyond his years. Cody Tate, who can give an on-spot impersonation of Billy Givens of ZZ Top, has this amazing gravely voice that is very alluring. John Jeffers and Gary Brown are no slouches when it comes to their vocal offerings. One of the truly amazing things about this group is that they've not had formal musical training. John Jeffers and Cody Tate learned their guitar skills from their fathers. Cody Cannon was taught by Jeffers' father. Their guitar prowess could be likened to that of the Counting Crows, the Marshall Tucker Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd. Both are adequately proficient with Lead and Rhythm Guitar, Jeffers and Tate exchange their roles throughout the concert, even during songs. Drummer Jeff Hogg is the only one who can read music. After learning to play the snare drum in band class, he taught himself how to play a drum set. And although Gary Brown has only been playing Bass for the past year, he effectively fills in the gaps. While these guys are wide eyed and euphoric, soaking up the experience of this wild and crazy ride, they remain grounded in the fact that they are not willing to cave into industry pressure. When asked if they would consider caving to industry pressure if the money was right, Tate answered, "It might change, but it won't be influenced. From the beginning to where you are ten years down the road, it's going to be different music, like it or not." He continued with, "We're not trying to sound like anybody else. Were just trying to play what we love. Even if it's ten years from now we are going to play what we want to play." When asked if they wanted to be famous, Cody Cannon replied, "Everybody wants to be famous. We're playing because we love it. This is all we've got, this is all we do." John Jeffers followed with, "We want to be up there playing. We want to do it. We are dedicated to doing this. We don't have anything to fall back on. We don't necessarily want to be famous, but we do want to be successful. We're doing what we love and we hope to continue doing it."
Their album is full of rock worthy songs that Southern Rock fans will want to listen to at full volume. Their fresh and in your face lyrics can be heard on "Summer 2005" the autobiographical song about how it all began, and "TYA", a song about a girl that is threatening to leave.
The band digs soulfully deeper with Russell's Song, an introspective song about the life of Cody Tate's childhood friend Russell Pennington who was struck by lighting. "American Outlaw", with it's wicked guitar intro, gives the listener the feeling of a front row seat to an old west gunslingers face off. Each song on the album has a sound uniquely it's own. While the sound on their CD Road of Life is a no holds barred spiritual offering to the altar of Southern Rock, the live resonance of this group is amazingly electrified as they feed off the energy of the crowd. At times they get so lost in the performance with a music high they forget the crowd is there. This group's sound and performance, even on a bad day, will out live your expectations. Not yet jaded by the attention of the crowd, they all profess a love of visiting with the crowd after their performances. If you haven't seen or heard of Whiskey Myers you can check them out at [...] or [...]
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
awesome 31 May 2013
By Michael A. Skare Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
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this is one helluva album not your typical country pop album this had gone to the southern rock style I prefer their follow up album (fire water) is just as good cant wait for the 3rd one to come out
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Where has this band been hiding? 11 Feb 2012
By Melinda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love this group! Heard about them when I read that they performed on the Legends of Rock cruise last year. All of my exploring on the internet made me more intrigued, so I jumped in and bought this CD and I've been in love ever since - can't stop listening, wearing this CD out. It's my go-to when I'm road traveling (which I do frequently for business) and I've actually been putting it on and turning off the sound for my exercise video. You can't not dance to this. All of the tracks are awesome - the two that really stand out are American Outlaw and the extended TYA. I'd love to see these guys live - appears that they don't often venture out of TX. Hope these guys will be getting more national exposure - they're too good not to be out there.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Ah Yes and then there was WHISKEY MYERS!!! 22 Mar 2010
By J. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Here is the down low and the QT on this band. JUST GO AND BUY IT, PUNCH IT TO 10 and enjoy the ride. This band is beyond amazing, the riffs, the lyrics and the vibe, is just plain soulful. Whether you start your day with some hot java and this disc, or you are sitting on the patio with a cold Shiner Bock ( My personal favorite)in the evening watch the South Texas sun going down, you will be swallowed up by the sheer power of a band that shows on compromise. You boys are welcome in Corpus Christi, Texas ANY TIME!!! Nuff Said.

Tracks that just flat do it: American Outlaw ( This should be the theme song for the new FX series " Justified"), and the killer track Lonely East Texas Nights.

These guys are a diamond in the rough that will show polish as they grow.

Thanks Whiskey Myers, you guys just flat do it. Keep on keepin on!!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Whiskey Meyers 29 Sep 2011
By Smokin Gary - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great debut CD from a regional Texas band. Cast from the same mold as Cross Canadian Ragweed, Whiskey Meyers kicks up the "Red Dirt" music. I stumbled across this CD from a friend and it became to be in the regular rotation of back porch party music. Road Life offers a little bit to all, Rebel Country, Hippie Jamming and cool guitar work. Grab this one, you'll like it.
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