“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.
Dallas Moore Holds #1 Spot on Yallturnative Chart With “Crazy Again”
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
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…)
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!
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
We are honored, and very excited to be attending this year’s Grammy awards for the first time. We have been working hard to taking the music to the people, and its starting to show. We’ll be sending updates from LA with videos, pics and more on Facebook… Tune in with us as we take in the Grammy experience. There are a lot of things going on all week leading up to the Ceremony Sunday Feb 12th and we plan to hit them all! Like Sol Records on Facebook and check back for all the goods!
Its back…#4 The crazy hell raisin’ gravel slingin, honky tonk party of the year… Featuring Pure Grain, Dallas Moore, Ridge Runner and more…. Celebrating Sol Records first trip to the Grammy’s…. Come on down to the Harrison Ohio VFW Post 7570 at 9160 Lawrenceburg Road, Harrison Ohio 45030. NO ADVANCE TICKETS SALES … JUST PAY AT THE DOOR! Only $10! Doors Open at 7:00pm Music starts around 8pm….
Here it is folks… The Debut music video from the first single “Crazy Again” from hank to Thank – Live from Historic Herzog Studios featuring Jody Payne… Dig it!
August 30, 2010 marked the 61st anniversary of Hank Williams legendary recording sessions at Herzog Studios, 811 Race Street Cincinnati, Ohio now home of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation. This was the second of Hank’s historic recordings at Herzog Studios which produced such timeless classics as; “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Lovesick Blues,” and several other cuts that went on to become the fabric of Country Music and bona fide standards of the American songbook.
To commemorate Ol’ Hank’s visit to the Queen city, Cincinnati’s own Dallas Moore Band along with country guitar legend, Jody Payne (longtime guitarist with Willie Nelson and Cincinnati native), set up shop before a sold out live audience in the very spot where Hank Williams joined the Pleasant Valley Boys at Herzog Studios to make music history. Spirits were flowing in more ways than one whenDallas Moore and Jody Payne were joined on stage by Dallas’ mother, Madgelee Moore, for a haunting rendition of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”.
This live recording captures the very essence of a foot-stompin’, hell raisin’, honky tonk band paying tribute to the King of Country’s soul. Raw, real, gritty and in your face, cranked up “Loud and Proud.” Country music the way it was, the way it is, and the way it oughta be, and for that friend we truly have “Hank To Thank”