Ticket: BB PALMER record release Show / FEB 22nd

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Ticket: BB PALMER record release Show / FEB 22nd

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Join us February 22, 2019 in The Little House
at Standard Deluxe to celebrate the album release
of Opelika based band: BB PALMER

The bands first full length record “Lee County’s Finest”
is set to be released in February 2019 – This marks the
first time the band has issued new music since the self-
tilted EP in 2016

Doors open at 6:00 pm with a catered dinner provided
by Wilton’s Catering / menu tba

Showtime: 8:00 pm

** A limited number of pre-sale tickets are available
online here at $10.00
If available, day of show tickets $15.00 at the gate **

B.B. PALMER

“Dirty-fingernails twang with feisty lead guitar indebted to
Seattle and England as much as Nashville” - Al.com 

“B.B. Palmer, a rising country and western artist, is originally
from Theodore, Alabama. Though Palmer has only been
involved in the Opelika scene for about 2 and a half years,
he has already made a name for himself both statewide and
nationally. Backed by Josh Mckenzie on lead guitar, Tyler
Wallace on drums and Dylan Norgard on bass, the self
proclaimed “Lee County’s Finest” has already toured across
the country. They have played Festivals such as Austin Texas
South by Southwest and have shared the stage with the likes
of St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Old Crow Medicine Show,
Alan Jackson and more...” - The Plainsman 

“B.B. Palmer and Kudzu sometimes refer to their musical
sty-lings as “cosmic country,” a genre that blurs the lines
between various styles of music such as bluegrass, folk,
honky-tonk and psychedelic music. For Palmer, it’s also
about addressing controversial issues and challenging the
status quo of current music culture. “What we’re doing may
be controversial, but it’s true to what we believe in and
stand for” - Mobile Bay Magazine 

“The Lee County quartet is not your average alt.country /
Americana (whatever you want to call it) band. The boys
from Opelika provide a fresh dose of pure unadulterated
kick ass honky-tonk music..” - Guy at The Gas Station