Wheeler Walker Jr. Makes Rock N’ Roll Debut With Hard Charging New Album “Ram”

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Wheeler Walker Jr

Wheeler Walker Jr. doesn’t care what you think, he doesn’t care what you have to say, and he doesn’t care if you like his new album Ram (well he probably does care about that).

Fans of the rocking rebel country singer can now dive into the entirety of Walker’s raunchiest album to date, though you might want to wait until you leave your workplace before you fire up any of the NSFW songs on the track list.

The bold and riotous country music artist let listeners in on the Ram album early with some of the “ass-kicking” singles from the project. If you are looking for a vulgar trio of songs, look no further than “Money N’ Bitches,” “Born to F**k,” and the “pearl-clutch-inducing” tune “Fingerblast.”

He also released a music video for “F**k This Job” that looks eerily similar to the traditional Oliver Anthony in-the-woods set up. Knowing Wheeler Walker Jr., I can’t imagine that setting was a mistake, and it worked wonders considering the video has over 10 million views across all platforms.

Some might ask why Walker Jr. is seemingly leaving behind country music (the genre that the explicit artist got his start in) with his new album Ram. Well, if you had already conquered and cursed your way through country, you’d probably try your luck in another genre too, wouldn’t you?

He has stated that is currently using bands like Guns N’ Roses, Aerosmith, and ZZ Top as north star as he traversing the rock and roll world, and I would imagine that his experience in country should help as he travels into the rocking world with his expletive-riddled songs.

Oh, and if you listen to the album and say “damn this good, I just wish I could hear it live in a really loud and really proud fashion,” you are in luck.

You can go listen to songs like “Skanks for Nothin'” and “Who the F**k” on Walker Jr’s The Spread Eagle Tour, which kicks off on September 20th.

You can check out some of the tour dates and locations below, right after you cycle through some of the biggest hits from Ram.



“Money N’ Bitches”

If you are wondering why I chose those three songs to include, it’s not only because they are catchy and would be considered “bangers,” but it’s also because the rest of the songs on the track list were literally too dirty and inappropriate for YouTube to allow for external embedding.

Just the way Wheeler Walker Jr. would want it to be…

Check out the track list for Ram below, and then take a look to see if the raunchiest country music/rock and roll artist is coming to a town near you:

Ram Track Listing

1.) Born To F**k

2.) Money ‘N’ Bitches

3.) Dumptruck

4.) Sniffer’s Row

5.) Skanks for Nothin’

6.) Puddin’

7.) Fingerblast

8.) F**k This Job

9.) Who the F**k

10.) Credit Card

Tour Dates:

 09/20 – Sioux Falls, SD at The District

09/22 – Rosemont, IL at Joe’s

09/23 – Marietta, OH at The Adelphia Music Hall

09/24 – Asheville, NC at Salvage Station

09/26 – Columbia, SC at The Senate

09/28 – Winston-Salem, NC at The Ramkat

09/29 – Charles Town, WV at Hollywood Casino

09/30 – Waterloo, NY at Del Lago Casino

10/03 – Manchester, NH at The Goat

10/04 – Hampton Beach, NH at Wally’s Pub

10/05 – Philadelphia, PA at Brooklyn Bowl

10/06 – Cleveland, OH at House Of Blues

10/08 – New York, NY at Irving Plaza

10/11 – Indianapolis, IN at The Vogue

10/12 – Columbus, OH at The Bluestone

10/13 – Milwaukee, WI at The Rave

10/14 – Cincinnati, OH at Bogart’s

10/18 – Nashville, TN at The Ryman Auditorium

10/26 – East Moline, IL at The Rust Belt

10/27 – Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue

10/28 – Omaha, NE at The Admiral

10/29 – Kansas City, MO at Uptown Theater

10/31 – Denver, CO at Ogden Theatre

11/02 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex

11/03 – Garden City, ID at Revolution Concert House

11/04 – Tacoma, WA at Temple Theater

11/05 – Portland, OR at Roseland Theater

11/07 – Monterey, CA at Golden State Theatre

11/08 – San Luis Obispo, CA at Fremont Theater

11/10 – Del Mar, CA at The Sound

11/11 – Tucson, AZ at Rialto Theatre

11/12 – Albuquerque, NM at Revel

11/14 – Austin, TX at ACL Live at Moody Theater

11/16 – Houston, TX at White Oak

11/17 – Fort Worth, TX at Tannahill Tavern & Music Hall

11/18 – Memphis, TN at Minglewood Hall

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock