Dallas Moore Old Time Family Jam

We are Super Excited to bring y’all this long awaited collection of Traditional Appalachian/Bluegrass/Gospel Music featuring Ol’ Dallas on Vocals, Guitar,Banjo,Mandolin and Bass with Mama Madgelee adding the Harmony Vocals, Dulcimer and Autoharp. “These are the songs we’ve played together all of my life. Music passed down from our family and generations past”. “Old Time Family Jam” will be available as a LIMITED QUANTITY/LIMITED EDITION so y’all take advantage and Order  to secure YOUR copy WHILE THEY LAST!!! CD’s Ship 4/16

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Sol Sessions Season 2

solsessions2013We are very excited to announce the return of our weekly webcast/artist interaction  and concert series, Sol Sessions. Broadcasting live from the Sol Records Studios, Sol Sessions will feature different artists each week performing live and hanging out in the studio. For those who participated in the last season, there are some great improvements in video quality and stability. In an effort to bring you a better quality production, Sol Sessions is now a Pay Per View show. We invite you all to tune this Tuesday 11/19 9:00pm EST for the Pilot – Beta Test Episode with Dallas Moore.  You can purchase tickets and watch the show http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sol-sessions 

Full Schedule and Artist Line Up Coming Soon!

Outlaw Music Hall of Fame

 

Outlaw HOF LogoLynchburg, TN—Gary “Sarge” Sargeant, head of the Tennessee non-profit Outlaws and Icons, announced today that a facility has been acquired in Lynchburg, Tennessee, that will become the home for the new Outlaw Music Hall of Fame, set to open in the spring of 2014.

The Hall of Fame will be dedicated to those artists, both musicians and songwriters, whose work best exemplifies the qualities of the Outlaw movement that first began in the 1970s and has gained renewed momentum as an alternative to the current Nashville pop country scene. In doing so it will place the spotlight on music firmly attached to the roots of country. Moreover, the Hall of Fame will educate the public about Outlaw country, memorialize founders of the genre—such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Jessi Colter—recognize current Outlaw artists, and provide a platform for them and for the independent record labels who currently have little if any voice in the industry.

The facility encompasses more than 5,000 square feet and under the direction of architect Thomas Bartoo will feature a state-of-the-art layout, including interactive displays. There will also be a studio to allow for live broadcasts to be streamed over the Internet.

Located right on the town square in Lynchburg, the Outlaw Music Hall of Fame will sponsor a concert series each April to November to showcase independent roots country artists.

Along with the Hall of Fame, there will be established the Outlaw Music Association. It will bring together independent artists, songwriters, and record executives to promote roots country. It will also recognize accomplishments by each of these.

Sarge calls the Outlaw Music Hall of Fame “a real, viable, vibrant alternative to Nashville, one that fits in nicely with Lynchburg as the home of the Jack Daniels distillery, and one that will show what genuine country music is, as opposed to the highly polished sound coming from Music Row.”

The initial Board of Directors has been appointed. It consists of Gary Sargeant, Jeremy Tepper (Program Director for SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel), Thomas Bartoo (designer with Method Architecture in Chattanooga, Tennessee), David Spangenburg (professor of entertainment law), Neil Hamilton (history professor and author of Outlaws Still At Large!), Terry Jennings (CEO and founder of Korban Music Group), Brian DeBruler (CEO and president of Sol Records), Joe Swank (head of radio promotions and tour press at Bloodshot Records), and Sloane Stewart (the mayor of Lynchburg).

Donations and patrons opportunities are available at www.outlawmusichalloffame.com and at outlawsandicons.net. The first inductions into the Outlaw Music Hall of Fame will take place soon.

Outlaws Still at Large!- Book Release

OutlawsHonored to be a part of the new book release “Outlaws Still at Large” w/ Dallas Moore Band along side Shooter Jennings, Dale Watson, Elizabeth Cook, Blackberry Smoke and more!  The book accurately chronicles the saga of roots country music from the 70′s to present, and gives some insight into the world of indie(outlaw) country music lifestyle and the artists who live it. Sol Records is prominently featured in Chapter 25 of the book. Dallas Moore Band rocked the release party in Fairhope, Alabama on Saturday, and if you missed it, you can check out Shooter Jennings Electric Rodeo featuring interviews from the book and tracks from the compilation disc on demand for subscribers on SiriusXM Outlaw Country.

Dallas Moore Blessed Be the Bad Ones

“Blessed Be The Bad Ones” marks the most ambitious, realized effort yet by Outlaw Country Masters The DALLAS MOORE BAND.  Literally re-inventing the wheel on the entire genre all the while presenting a fresh, new take on Classic Southern Music.  From the pounding four on the floor country beats inspired by the raucous and rowdy music of Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and David Allan Coe to the grinding and gritty guitar attack reminiscent of the very BEST of Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top and The Allman Brothers.  Throw in the acoustic guitar and mandolin riffs and rhythms of the finest Kentucky Blue Grass and Mountain Music and “BLESSED BE THE BAD ONES” has it all.

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Dallas Moore Band Featured on Nashville Music Guide

Dallas Moore Holds #1 Spot on Yallturnative Chart With “Crazy Again”

By:Rick A

Dallas Moore isn’t by any means a new artist. He’s been writing, recording and performing his own brand of music for years. He’s become known for his high-energy stage shows and his deep love for fine Kentucky bourbon.

This year, the Dallas Moore Band has accomplished an amazing feat. The band recorded their first-ever music video with Jody Payne and the video has sat atop Yallwire.com’s Yallturnative music chart for 14 weeks and still counting. It’s also currently at #2 on Yallwire.com’s Top 100 and Country charts after holding the #1 spot for nine consecutive weeks.

Moore is enjoying the awesome ride, but he confesses that seeing his name on music charts above mainstream artists like George Strait is a sight he never thought he would see. The Dallas Moore Band is completely independent, just like they have been all along. Moore, who is always humble about his success, says it was a big accomplishment just to get the airplay.

There may not have been any way to predict just how huge the song would be, but he had an inkling that the song was special. “Seemed like it was a good hook,” Moore said, adding that people seem to gravitate to the song when he plays live. “I’ve noticed that’s the one everybody in the crowd knows.”

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Dallas Moore Live Review

By:Johnny Edlin

As soon as I heard it was confirmed, I knew I would be there and would write a review. April 2012, The Dallas Moore Band, in Bowling Green, Ky at the Spillway. It was a Thursday, Work was a conflict of schedule but I would Manage. Not to mention my poor girlfriend who had to deal with my drunk a** and drive me home (which ended up being 2am).  I interviewed Dallas and hung out with the band. They all proved to be  a group of home brewed, down to earth, good ole boys.

It was finally time for the band to take the stage. They opened with a Waylon cover, Waymore’s Blues. Followed by several original songs, which the audience danced,drinked, hooted and hollered their approval all the way through. The audience especially enjoyed the very personal song, As Good As It Gets. “If I had known I was gonna live this long, I would’ve taken better care of myself.” Several folks hollered “Amen brother” and clapped acknowledging how they could relate.

I checked my watch. At 9:50 pm central time, there was over 50 people at the Spillway Bar and Grill in Bowling Green, Ky. Later I spoke to owner Robert Baxter who said, “The Dallas Moore Band drawled the biggest audience we’ve ever had on a Thursday night at the Spillway.” I sat there trying to be professional and not get drunk. Click to read full article (more…)

Sol Records Coming to Nashville

Sol Records is invading Nashville! Come on down to 12th and Porter for “Outlaws and Shrednecks” featuring Pure Grain, Dallas Moore Band, and Tim Montana and the Shrednecks this Tuesday Apr 24th at 8pm. FREE SHOW! NO COVER CHARGE! Gonna raise some hell and sling some gravel in the music city c’mon!

Pure Grain “Truckin Song” #1 on Yallwire.com

We are so excited for the Truckin Song Video! It has had such an impact for us and reaching new audiences. The video has had great success on Youtube, now over 200,000 views. However this week we have officially reached a milestone in our career. Truckin Song has checked in at #1 in the Yallwire TOP 100! Thats right our first #1! Thank you to all of our fans, family and friends who have helped up make the jump… We are very honored to be amongst great company on the chart with our Triple X brothers Shooter Jenniings with his new vidoe “The Deed and the Dollar” and Fifth on the Floor’s “Distant Memory Lane” … Also this week Yallwire has just added the video to Cowgirl from our Sowing Seeds release. Head on Over to Yallwire.com and play our videos… We really appreciate it! Thank YOU!

 

Pure Grain Truckin’ Song on YallWire

We are very pleased to report that our Truckin Song Video was added to the rotation on YallWire, a popular video site, with over 5 million monthly visitors! We are pleased to meet all of our new fans on YallWire. Please visit Yallwire to view and rate the Truckin song, it’ll help us along our way to CMT and GAC! http://www.yallwire.com/player/puregraintruckinsong.html