We’ve all been anticipating this new album from Whiskey Myers, Tornillo, for quite some time now, so much to the point we thought the day would never come.
The group spent a whopping 21 days recording this project at the iconic 2,300-acre Sonic Ranch, located in Tornillo, Texas, right on the Mexican border, which of course is the inspiration for the album’s title.
The project is unlike anything we’ve seen from the group before, and the uniqueness just further solidifies the versatility Whiskey Myers has to offer.
However, we often times don’t get to see what goes on behind the scenes, and the blood, sweat, and tears that go into putting together a kickass album.
Of course, Whiskey Myers is a band for the people, so they’ve taken us inside the studio at Sonic Ranch to give us an inside look at the process of recording Tornillo.
The videos feature a lot of brainstorming, and a good bit of shootin’ the shit as well, and it’s just really cool to see the work that Cody Cannon and the boys put into this project.