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Nov 16, 2011 09:00 AM WV Sound

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Audio Outlaws: Rockin' Country

Nov 16, 2011 - 09:00 AM
Audio Outlaws: Rockin' Country

Audio Outlaws is a high energy, rockin’ country band that hails from Hurricane, West Virginia, in the hills of Appalachia. They are a fun group of professionals who love what they are doing and know how to party. Paul, the lead guitarist, plays a right-handed guitar left-handed, upside down, and backwards!

The band has played with many big-name artists such as Brad Paisley, Tanya Tucker, Trace Adkins, Little Big Town, Jo Dee Messina, and many more. Audio Outlaws plays a mixture of new country cover songs mixed with a little rock and southern rock. Bringing the same fun and completely unpredictable show to their audiences, whether there are 10 people in the crowd or 10,000, Audio Outlaws isn’t just your typical band to play at your party. Audio Outlaws is the party!

Audio Outlaws travels across several different states playing at bars, live music venues, fairs, and festivals. Haven’t heard Audio Outlaws? Be sure to check out their Web site for videos, tour dates, and to hear some original tunes!

Meet the Band:
Nikki Cole, lead vocals
Matt Kyle, rhythm guitar
Fred Moomaw, drums
Paul Neeley, lead guitar

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