Friday, August 6, 2021


Scooter Brown Band is uncorking a new side of themselves with their latest release, “Wine Drunk." Co-written by Scooter Brown and Adam Wood, this release is the country-rock band's take on the finer side of life. With classic Scooter Brown Band sound, catchy beat and clever lyrics, "Wine Drunk" will have the manliest of men dancing along and claiming their love for a nice, long-stemmed glass of vino.

“'Wine Drunk' is one of the first songs I co-wrote when I moved to Nashville with one of my favorite writers, Adam Wood (Curb/ Pump House). I love wine, especially red wine. I haven’t heard very many songs with a “dude's perspective” on getting wine drunk. It ain’t just for suits & ties… Even a long haired country boy, guitar playing, war hippie can appreciate a good wine,” said Scooter Brown.

Scooter Brown Band’s previously released music connects to the band’s strong patriotic and authentic country roots, with the likes of Randy Travis and Charlie Daniels as supporters and collaborators. Their single "Country At All" was in rotation on SiriusXM's Outlaw Country, as well as their ode to the great Waylon Jennings, "Something Waylon Would Sing." With this release, they are looking forward to a new era that will share the different sides of their music and express more of their influences with a broader audience.

Tour Dates:

Aug. 18 - Nashville, Tenn. - Volunteer Jam
Aug. 21 - Glade Park, Colo. - Pickin' On The Pinyon
Aug. 28 - Loma, Colo. - Harmony Acres Annual Fundraiser
Sept. 1 - Salt Lake City, Utah - Soundwell
Sept. 5 - Colville, Wash. - FarmJam Music & Camping Festival
Sept. 11 - Waynesville, Mo. - Remembering 9/11 Patriots Day Festival
Sept. 17 - San Bernardino, Cali. - Brandin' Iron Nightclub
Sept. 19 - Reno, Nev. - Backyard Acoustic Tour
Oct. 2 - Irving, Texas - Light Up To Live Gala
Oct. 8 - Casselberry, Fla. - October Country Jam
Nov. 7 - The Woodlands, Texas - Baseball for Babies Fundraiser
Nov. 13 - Spring, TX - Spring Texas Music Festival
Dec. 3 - Baton Rouge, La. - Texas Club

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