Muscadine Bloodline released the official music video for their recent “honky-tonk heater” titled, “Dyin’ For a Livin’.” Featuring a cameo from the man behind popular country music website, Raised Rowdy, the electrifying video brings a new visualization of what “Dyin’ For a Livin’” really means. Be sure to catch the video in rotation on CMT Music beginning today.
"John Michael Montgomery and Lynyrd Skynyrd walk into a bar, and it's the double deuce in roadhouse," says Muscadine Bloodline.
“Well them rowdy little rodeo queens are strutting cutting a rug
And them cocaine cowboys getting lit and tearing it up
Yea The sun’ll be up before we call it a night
I know it’s taking it’s toll but it’s a hell of a high”
“Muscadine Bloodline came to rip shit up on their new song 'Dyin’ for a Livin’,' a raucous blast of punk honky-tonk that conveys the thrill of being onstage as well as the toll of too many sleepless nights. Even accounting for exhaustion, long nights, and boring drives, it sure sounds like a lot of fun.”
- Jon Freeman, Rolling Stone
The single has received support from many streaming platforms with placement on Apple Music's New In Country, 5th Gear and Best New Songs, Spotify's New Music Nashville, Amazon's Breakthrough Country, Pandora's New Country Now and Tidal's Pure Country and Country Party Mix.
Do not miss the opportunity to experience the high-energy atmosphere showcased in the “Dyin’ For a Livin’' video that the guys bring to every live show on the aptly-named Dyin’ For a Livin’ Tour. For more information about Muscadine Bloodline and to purchase tickets, please visit muscadinebloodline.com.
Dyin’ For a Livin’ Tour Dates:
Sept. 24 - Virginia Beach, Va - Elevation 27
Sept. 25 - Charlottesville, Va. - Jefferson Theater
Oct. 15 - Columbia, S.C. - The Main Course
Oct. 16 - St. Augustine, Fla. - Rhythm & Ribs Festival
Oct. 21 - Fayetteville, Ark. - George’s Majestic Lounge
Oct. 22 - Memphis, Tenn. - The Bluff
Oct. 23 - Little Rock, Ark. - The Hall
Nov. 17 - Deadwood, S.D. - Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino
Nov. 18 - Denver, Colo. - The Mission Ballroom
Nov. 19 - Salt Lake City, Utah - The Complex
Nov. 20 - Las Vegas, Nev. - The Theater at Virgin Hotel Las Vegas
Nov. 27 - Hattiesburg, Miss. - University of Southern Mississippi
Dec. 2 - Washington, D.C. - Union Stage
Dec. 3 - Richmond, Va. - The National
Dec. 4 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Hard Rock Cafe
Dec. 9 - Fort Smith, Ark. - The Majestic
Dec. 10 - Jackson, Miss. - Duling Hall
Dec. 16 - Lexington, Ky. - Manchester Music Hall
Dec. 17 - Columbus, Ohio - The Bluestone
Dec. 18 - Chicago, Ill. - Joe’s on Weed Street