Moonshine Bandits, The LACS Team for ‘Country Gone Wild’ Tour

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Moonshine Bandits

Moonshine Bandits and The LACS will hit the road starting this spring on the 20-city 2014 Country Gone Wild national tour. Signed to Average Joes Entertainment, the tour collaboration unites the LACS, who are supporting the recently released project Keep It Redneck, and Moonshine Bandits, who are promoting their latest release, Calicountry.

Moonshine Bandits said of the tour, “We are very pumped up to get out on the road with our good friends, The LACS. We are excited to meet new ‘shiners’ and see some familiar faces, as well. There’s a reason why this tour is called the Country Gone Wild Tour — it’s guaranteed to be one big wild party that you won’t wanna miss. We look forward to performing some of our new songs as well as raising a little hell with The LACS boys.”

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“Very excited about teaming up with our West Coast family, Moonshine Bandits, for the Country Gone Wild Tour,” commented The LACS. “It’s gonna be a helleva good time.”

“Country Gone Wild Tour” Cities:

March 20, Scottsdale, Ariz.
March 21, Flagstaff, Ariz.
March 22, Ventura, Calif.
March 23, Ridgecrest, Calif.
March 24, Fullerton, Calif.
March 26, Sacramento, Calif.
March 27, Medford, Ore.
March 28, Springfield, Ore.
March 29, Portland, Ore.
March 30, Seattle
April 4, Denver
April 5, Omaha, Neb.
April 11, Richmond, Texas
May 23, Tampa, Fla.
May 24, Carrabelle, Fla.
June 5, Flint, Mich.
June 6, Wheeling, W.Va.
June 7, Copemish, Mich.
June 20, Indianapolis
June 21, Turtle Lake, Wis.


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