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by Moonshine Millionaires

Country music with traditional, indie, and pop influences.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nothing to Do With You
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2. Road to Nowhere
4:04 $0.99
3. Tipsy
4:14 $0.99
4. Cutting Corners
3:05 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Moonshine Millionaires were founded by Bloomfield native Bryan Burgin and plaid-clad, bespectacled lead guitarist Chris Dowell from The Highlands neighborhood in Louisville. (Burgin often jokes “I found this guy at Heine Brothers Coffee!”) They recruited singer and multi-instrumentalist Kirk Mays, who they initially met as a competitor in the Colgate Country Showdown. Kirk is perhaps best described as a blue eyed soul singer who is also well versed in the “new traditional” country-western idiom. Bryan Burgin tracked down a recent Coxs Creek transplant from Arizona in a tattered and taco’ed sombrero and beat up, duct-taped Nocona boots called “Buckshot George”, who joined on bass guitar. The lineup was completed by the addition of drummer Chaz Embry, an alumnus of the Mom’s Music Rock School, and present member of the University of Louisville marching band.

“Tipsy” was produced and engineered by Duane Lundy at Shangri-La Studio in Lexington, KY and mastered by Mike Bolenbach at Fullwell Recording Studio in Phoenix, AZ. The songs on the EP are written by Kirk Mays and Bryan Burgin. “I really enjoyed watching how the songs went from one sound in my head to what they actually are on the EP”, Kirk Mays comments. “We have so many different influences that we all bring to the table.It's kind of like everyone has their own deck of cards and everybody throws them at the wall and we use the ones that stick.” Buckshot George expresses satisfaction with the production sonics. “I really liked using the dusty old amplifiers at Shangri-La”, he says. “It’s almost like modern country music recorded at Muscle Shoals.”

The Moonshine Millionaires have opened for Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, and performed at Fourth Street Live!, Light Up Louisville, The Kentucky Bourbon Festival, The Kentucky Derby Chow Wagon, and The Kentucky State Fair.



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