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“10/20 Free Tix through Facebook Hill Country Revue continues their Zebra Ranch tour and the band is offering a FREE pair of tickets to most of their upcoming shows via Facebook. Get more details and find out how to get your free pair of tix at http://www.facebook.com/notes/hill-country-revue/chance-to-win-free-tickets/451922128049”
“Free Download from Zebra Ranch The first single, Raise Your Right Hand, off the band's new album Zebra Ranch is available now as a FREE download on AmazonMP3. http://www.amazon.com/Raise-Your-Right-Hand/dp/B0041BTU78/ref=sr_shvl_album_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1283350563&sr=301-3”
“To celebrate the release of Zebra Ranch, Hill Country Revue is pleased to offer a special pre-order of the album available now. Everyone that pre-orders the album will automatically be registered to win a signed copy of the CD and 5 grand prize winners will receive a 4-pack of tickets to the headlining show of their choice and a private meet & greet with the band! We're also offering a special bundle sale option of a copy of the CD and one of the new HCR shirts for only $25. Visit our ONLINE STORE now for more details!”
“At the core of this blog is a feverish love for blues and jam music, so any time we get to sit down with a member of one of the better live acts around, we’re understandably a little excited. Here’s what transpired when Gainesville Records sat down with Cody Dickinson from the North Mississippi Allstars and Hill Country Revue. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Cody’s work, he’s a multi-faceted musician who plays drums, guitar and washboard, among other instruments. Cody’s roots are steeped in the traditional blues of North Mississippi’s hill country… hence the names for his two groups. You can check out Cody with HCR at this year’s Wanee Festival in Live Oak, FL.”
“08/23 New Album Coming Oct 12th Hill Country Revue is excited to announce the release of their second album, Zebra Ranch on October 12th via Razor & Tie. The album is everything and more that a band could hope for when recording their sophomore album; progressing artistically, creating a defining sound, and coming together with a unity that cannot be manufactured. While never departing from the blend of Southern rock and blues that Hill Country Revue is known for, the band does expand upon their musical range on this record. As opposed to the more bluesy sound on their debut album Make A Move, Zebra Ranch is a little more rock. “Make A Move was an artistic transition, and this album is a personal one,” bandleader Cody Dickinson said. “Zebra Ranch is our ‘we have arrived’ kind of party.” ”