Whiskey Myers, The Most Underappreciated Southern Rock Band Of Our Generation

A man singing into a microphone

Whiskey Myers is one of the most underappreciated bands in all of music.

In a time where music is infiltrated with pop sounds and corny lyricism, Whiskey Myers remains resilient and steadfast on delivering “no frills, and a no-bullshit attitude” to a sound that has tones of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Waylon Jennings, Nirvana and Hank Williams Jr.; all the while making a style of music that is authentically their own.

Whiskey Myers makes music that has the aura of vulnerability, toughness and desire that gives every note the ability to bring a listener back to their roots or feel a relation to the story that the band is trying to emulate through music. The Dave Cobb produced band from Texas also puts on some of the most bad ass live performances money can buy.

Here’s the proof.

“Trailer We Call Home”


“Calm Before The Storm”


A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock