Modern Day Moonshine Crashes Americana Radio Charts

Released at the end of November 2010, Modern Day Moonshine’s latest full-length record, Refuge, made an immediate impact on Americana radio charts, finding itself nestled among the likes of genre stalwarts The Black Crowes, Ray LaMontagne, and Robert Plant. Not only did the first single “Don’t Waste” begin appearing on the playlists of many stations world-wide, but the track also appeared on the tops of many of those stations’ charts, ultimately landing at #236 on the Americana Music Association’s chart! Now, delving deeper into the vast musicality of this fabulous album, the band has announced that a second single will be getting pushed across the airwaves. Starting the week of February 28th, Modern Day Moonshine in conjunction with Ripple Music will begin a second radio campaign featuring the lead track from the album, “Unsung”.

Modern Day Moonshine’s free Bootleggers Club is in it’s 15th week, and yes . . . there have been 15 new songs aired. Fans can join the club and voice their opinions on which tracks are their favorites and which they would like to see on the next Modern Day Moonshine album!

Catch the boys on the road:

March 15 – 9:00pm – Sleeping Lady (Fairfax, CA)
March 17 – 8:00pm – Cottonwood (Truckee, CA)
March 18 – 9:00pm – Past Time Club (Truckee, CA)
March 24 – 8:00pm – The Hotel Utah Saloon (San Francisco, CA)

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