Just a month after earning new RIAA Gold and Platinum certifications for their esteemed back catalogue, Whiskey Myers have unveiled the latest edition of what Esquire celebrates as “straight-up, booze-swilling, highway-driving, heart-on-your-sleeve, blood-on-your-knuckles country music” with new album ‘Tornillo‘ (review here), available everywhere now via the band’s own Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers. Listen here. After spending 21 days isolated at the 2,300-acre Sonic Ranch studio deep in the heart […]

Review: Whiskey Myers – Tornillo Wiggy Thump Records (July 29th, 2022) Reviewer: Dan Mann Whiskey Myers return with new album ‘Tornillo‘, released July 29th on the wonderfully named Wiggy Thump Records. Kicking off an album with a short, (47 seconds) mariachi themed, album titled intro is certainly an eye, or should that be ear opener! But hey, this is […]

Riding high from the news last week that four of their songs have earned new RIAA Gold and Platinum certifications, genre-bending band Whiskey Myers continue to share new music with the release of ‘The Wolf’ off their forthcoming album ‘Tornillo‘, set for release July 29th via the band’s own Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers. Pre-order / pre-save the album Here. The song is the latest in a string of recent releases previewing the album, including lead single ‘John Wayne’, which is emblematic of the sound Esquire celebrates as “straight-up, booze-swilling, highway-driving, heart-on-your-sleeve, blood-on-your-knuckles country music.” […]

As anticipation grows around Whiskey Myers’ sixth studio album ‘Tornillo‘, set for release July 29th via the band’s own Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers, the group celebrated by Esquire for their “straight-up, booze-swilling, highway-driving, heart-on-your-sleeve, blood-on-your-knuckles country music” is back with even more new music with the release of new song ‘Antioch’. Carrying forward the horns and gospel-tinged […]

For genre-bending band Whiskey Myers, 2019’s self-titled and self-produced album offered a watershed moment. With Rolling Stone raving that the “irresistible” album was “the record the band was poised to make” while declaring them “the new torch bearers for Southern music” in a story titled ‘How Whiskey Myers Won Over Mick Jagger and Made the Album of Their Career’. […]