New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ LiveWire offical website)
Hard-rockin' Country band, LiveWire, announces its "Drivin' You Outta My Mind Tour" as the Way Out West
Records' single by the same name climbs the Texas/Red Dirt airplay charts and counts early believers at mainstream Country radio where it impacts MusicRow stations this week.
Early critical acclaim for the single is strong, including praise from Music
News Nashville, MusicRow, GotCountryOnline, One Stop Country and Roughstock, who raves, "'Drivin' You Outta My Mind' showcases LiveWire's potential for stardom even more than any of their earlier hits. The capacity to follow in Zac Brown Band's indie band success is there for the taking." (The Weekly Single Recap: May 30, 2014 https://www.roughstock.com/blog/the-weekly-single-recap-may-30-2014).
The "Drivin' You Outta My Mind Tour" will find the successful indie act hitting its stride performing at festivals, casino, club and county fairs shows and several of the Midwest's premiere Country music and lifestyle events, including Bikes, Blues & Hot Cars in Springfield, MO, the Country Stampede in Manhattan, KS, and the OilPatch Festival, in Drumright, OK. Also, while on the tour, LiveWire will complete filming for the forthcoming music video for the song with noted director, Flick Wiltshire.
"Drivin' You Outta My Mind Tour" Dates:
June 6 Galena Days, Galena, KS
June 7 Bikes Blues & Hot Cars, Springfield, MO
June 13 Video shoot (Private)
June 14 BBQ & Blues Festival, Cushing, OK
June 21 Cookson Jubilee, Cookson, OK (with Brandon
June 27 Lightning Creek Bar, Pittsburg, KS
June 28 Country Stampede, Tuttleville Stage, Manhattan, KS (Eric Church, Lee Brice, Will Hoge and others)
July 4 OilPatch Festival, Drumright, OK (with Cody Canada & the Departed)
July 5 Indigo Sky Casino, "Bikes Blues & Boom!," Wyandotte, OK
July 26 Snorty Horse Saloon Beer Garden, Boone County Fair, Columbia, MO
Sep. 4 Downstream Casino, "Dirt Road Live," Quapaw, OK
*additional dates to be added
LiveWire's edgy Country Rock sound is winning fans across a broad spectrum on the strength of singles "Tater Fed," "Lies" and "Whiskey Sunday," which have catapulted the group into the public eye.