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JB and the Moonshine Band brings its honkytonk-flavored brew Friday night

Gazette staff April 27th, 2011

Currently riding high with a hit debut single — and accompanying video — in “Perfect Girl,” JB and the Moonshine Band brings its honkytonk-flavored brew Friday night to Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E. Sheridan.

On tour to promote its first album, “Ain’t Goin Back to Jail,” the East Texas quartet looks to lock up many a new listener.

“I sing my own songs, and I think that adds an element of authenticity that country music fans appreciate,” said front man JB Patterson. “We’re not super-polished, we’re not overproduced, we’re raw, we’re real, and we don’t apologize for it.”

The group shines on at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets are $8. For more information, call 601-6276 or visit wormydog.com. —Gazette Staff

 
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