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Legendary Country Artist Moe Bandy
To Release New Album 'Lucky Me' July 29

Featuring Collaborations with The Oak Ridge Boys, Riders In The Sky and Ricky Skaggs

Country traditionalist Moe Bandy, known for dozens of chart-toppers like "I Cheated Me Right Out of Her," "Bandy the Rodeo Clown" and "Americana," will release LUCKY ME July 29. LUCKY ME, Bandy's first studio album in 10 years, features memorable collaborations with The Oak Ridge Boys, Riders In The Sky and Ricky Skaggs. Click here to pre-order LUCKY ME.

The Texas singer with twin fiddles and steel guitar in his band continues to keep Texas-style honky tonk music alive with his latest studio album. The Oak Ridge Boys join Bandy on the fiery heartbreak "Hell Stays Open" and twangy, steel-guitar pinged "A Place To Hang My Hat." Bandy features Ricky Skaggs' signature bluegrass flare on the "The Rarest Flowers" while Riders In The Sky bring Western wit and charm on "Long Lived The Cowboy" and "That Horse That You Can't Ride."

"I am so honored to have had the opportunity to work with such talented musicians," Bandy said. "These artists are people that I've admired for a very long time. I hope my fans enjoy listening to this record as much as I did recording it."

Whether in the studio or traveling the world performing, Bandy keeps one of the busiest schedules in the business. Some of his noteworthy accomplishments include: 10 No. 1 Hits, 40 Top Ten Hits, 66 Chart Hits, 5 Gold Albums, ACM Song of The Year, ACM most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year, American Video of the year, ACM and CMA Duet of the Year.

Be sure to follow Moe Bandy on Facebook or visit to pre-order LUCKY ME or for information on upcoming shows.

LUCKY ME Track Listing

1. "Lucky Me"

2. "Everything Hank Williams Did, But Die"

3. "Hell Stays Open" w/ The Oak Ridge Boys

4. "Long Lived The Cowboy" w/ Riders In The Sky

5. "It Was Me"

6. "It's Written All Over Your Face"

7. "The Rarest Flowers" w/ Ricky Skaggs

8. "Old Frame Of Mind"

9. "That Horse That You Can't Ride" w/ Riders In The Sky

10. "That's What I Get For Loving You"

11. "A Place To Hang My Hat" w/ The Oak Ridge Boys


July 16 Southwind Casino - Braman - Braman, Okla.

July 22 Batesville Arkansas Independence County Fair - Batesville, Ark.

July 30 Rural Retreat Heritage Day Festival - Rural Retreat, Va.

Aug. 04 Clinton County Fair - Mill Hall, Pa.

Aug. 05 Corydon LIVE! - Corydon, Ind.

Aug. 06 Red Barn Convention Center - Winchester, Ohio

Aug. 12 Main Street Crossing - Tomball, Tex.

Aug. 27 Boot City Opry - Terre Haute, Ind.

Sept. 10 Redneck Country Club - Stafford, Tx.

Sept. 16 Ross Country Jamboree - Scottsburg, Ind.

Sept. 17 Creston IL Booster Days - Creston, Ill.

Sept. 25 American Music Theatre - Lancaster, Pa.

Sept. 30 4 Bears Casino - New Town, N.D.

Oct. 01 Prairie Knights Casino - Ft. Yates, N.D.

Oct. 02 Midwest Country - Sandstone, Minn.

Oct. 03 Rollies - Sauk Rapids, Minn.

Oct. 05 American Bandstand Theater - Branson, Mo.

Oct. 07 Lincoln County Cowboy Symporium- Ruidoso, N.M.

Oct. 09-10 Moe Bandy Golf Tournament - Victoria, Tex.


There aren't many musical performers who've been on top of a bucking bull or bronco and on top of the country music charts, but Moe Bandy has. A member of the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, he has had 40 Top Ten singles, 66 charted releases and 10 Number One hits including "Too Old To Die Young," "Bandy the Rodeo Clown," "Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life" and "Just Good Ol' Boys." And, he's not hung up his recording hat yet -- Bandy will release a new project July 29, LUCKY ME, chock-full of the honky-tonk sounds his fans have grown to expect and depend on. Moe's thankful for all the riches his career has brought him - from his loyal fans to his close friendship with former President George Bush, who counts Moe's 1988 hit "Americana" as one of his favorite songs. For more information about Moe Bandy, please visit



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