Country music is the lifeblood of Whiskey Riff, and we pride ourselves on standing firmly in the corner of the independent artists, and those few in the mainstream still doing it the right way. Whether it’s Waylon, Willie and legends of the past, or superstars in the making like Zach Bryan, our finger is always on the pulse of true country music. From Texas to Tennessee, Appalachia to Bakersfield, Whiskey Riff is THE unapologetic voice of the country music fan.
A RIFF on what makes the great outdoors…great.
“Country” is more than just a steel guitar. It’s a lifestyle. A mindset. A cold beer, hot grill, the game on and the great outdoors. A lifestyle and culture so perfectly captured by the country greats of yesterday, but still alive and well today.
Whiskey Riff is that lifestyle.
On ‘Whiskey Riff Raff,’ Steve Gazibara and Wes Langeler give an unfiltered and unapologetic take on country music, life, and all the craziness that comes with it. Laugh with us. Rant with us. Drink with us.
A blast from the past.
Back before the face-melting live show, aviators, the awards, and superstar status, there was this Eric Church.
Just a kid from Granite Falls, North Carolina, in high school, starting to sing.
Rockin’ the stache, this video is over 20 years old, but it gives you a glimpse into Eric Church’s beginning.
Singing Garth Brooks’ “Friends In Low Places,” as well as The Eagles’ “Take It Easy” it seems like this might be a behind-the-scenes video from his high school production of Guys & Dolls.
It’s hilarious, and awesome, and reminds you that even the biggest stars in the business all had to start somewhere.
And here’s another random audition:
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