Dallas Moore – Mr. Honky Tonk single going to radio

 Dallas Moore – Mr. Honky Tonk 

“Mr. Honky Tonk” – the fiery new single from Dallas Moore produced by Dean Miller (son of the late, great Roger Miller). Steeped in classic country roots, this blistering track kicks down the doors on Nashville’s Pop Country Party with all the subtlety of a bar room brawl. Mr. Honky Tonky is the first single from the forthcoming full length release due out Fall 2017.

Dallas Moore is an American Outlaw/Honky-Tonk artist and award winning songwriter of the number one hits “Texas Tornado” “Crazy Again” and “Blessed Be The Bad Ones.” Touring relentlessly with The Dallas Moore Band as well as regular solo acoustic appearances for the Last Honky Tonk Music Series and Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival in Perdido Key, Florida, Moore consistently performs over 300 shows a year coast to coast in the USA playing iconic country music venues such as Gruene Hall, in New Braunfels, Texas, The Nashville Palace in Nashville, Tennessee, Hill Country BBQ New York City, Mothers Tavern in Los Angeles, California, The Flora ~Bama in Perdido Key, Florida and all points in between.

Dallas Moore’s music is featured regularly on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio’s Outlaw Country Channel 60, CMT.com, Yallwire.com and terrestrial AM/FM radio in America, Canada, Europe, Australia and Brazil. You’ll also find Moore profiled in the book “Outlaws Still At Large!” by author Neil Alexander Hamilton along with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, David Allan Coe, Blackberry Smoke, Wayne Mills & more. For more information please visit the band’s website dallasmoore.com 

“While cleaving to the classic tradition of stark, scab-picking realism which mad dog forebears, David Allan Coe, and Johnny Paycheck, introduced and epitomized, Moore is genuine, not derivative, and his growling, expressive vocals deliver with resonant authority.” – Jonny Whiteside La Times


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