Whiskey Myers are enjoy great success in 2021, but the group’s newest fans may appreciate hearing them reflect on their best songs before the hard work paid off.
During this episode of Radio Texas Live Legends, Whiskey Myers visit to talk about new music and old music, as of Aug. 2014. Host Buddy Logan jokes that Cody Cannon and his crew visit so often he may as well put them to work, and there’s truth to that — could you imagine being on a softball team with one of the hottest acts in Texas?
Cannon wasn’t on the microphone for this interview, recorded a few months after their Early Morning Shakes album dropped. It’d be several more years before viewers on Yellowstone would find them, sending archived projects into the Top 10 on iTunes. In Texas, they already knew what the world was just finding: Whiskey Myers is one of the coolest, most low-key acts around, which is why they’re good enough to make this on-demand program.
Radio Texas, Live! With Buddy Logan broadcasts from 101.5 KNUE in Tyler, Texas, and is syndicated on 16 stations in Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, South Dakota, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Logan’s radio career sandwiches six years spent in the U.S. Army, but since 2008 he’s been as dependable of a Saturday night show as legends like George Strait and Pat Green. Cody Johnson, Koe Wetzel, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Whiskey Myers, Parker McCollum and Turnpike Troubadours are a few artists you’ll hear each week, and you can listen online.
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