Friday, November 13, 2009

Micky & The Motorcars To Release LIVE AT BILLY BOB'S TEXAS

‘Micky & the Motorcars: Live at Billy Bob’s Texas’
3-Disc Set Available November 10  
FORT WORTH, TEXAS - After a year of non-stop touring in support of their fourth studio album, Austin roots-rockers Micky & the Motorcars will release their first ever live album, Live at Billy Bob’s Texas, on November 10. Recorded in-concert at the legendary honky-tonk, the Motorcars will join the ranks of some of country music’s greatest as the newest addition to the “Live at Billy Bob’s” series. 

The 3 disc (2CD/1 DVD) combo brings fans center stage in the ultimate concert experience as the boys of Micky & the Motorcars give one of their most pulsating performances of all time. Combining tracks from 2002’s Which Way from Here to the critically acclaimed NAIVE, the collection captures the band’s raw energy as they perform 25 of their greatest hits and fan favorites in an uncut full-length concert. Lead singer, Micky Braun, delivers a flawless and spellbinding set, showcasing his supple vocal range in boisterous rock-anthems like “Bloodshot” and heartfelt melodies like “Seashell” and “Long and Lonely Highway”. 
Idaho natives, Micky Braun (lead vocals and acoustic, electric and rhythm guitar), and older brother Gary Braun (harmony vocals and electric guitar), come from a long line of music tradition. Father, Muzzy Braun, was a folk legend in their home state of Idaho, and their other brothers, Willy & Cody Braun, have already made a name in Texas music and beyond, in the band Reckless Kelly. Other Micky & the Motorcars band members include: Mark McCoy (bass guitar), Kris Farrow (lead guitar), and Shane Vannerson (drums and percussion). 

“Billy Bob’s is the biggest and best Texas venue, with an amazing sound quality and a crowd that always listens and responds with an energy we can all feed off of,” says Gary Braun. DVD features the full length concert and behind the scenes bonus footage. 

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