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The Comancheros’ Serve Up a Must-Listen: “Blue Yodel in G”

Need a boost through the rest of a long week? The Comancheros’ newest single "Blue Yodel in G" released October 21st and is their final single from their upcoming album Memphis to Mexico, due November 25th. The single describes the trials of everyday life, the stress it causes, and the moments you get to let them go. Let’s unwind and get a little wild with the Missouri-based band!

Touring and performing nonstop since 2015, The Comacheros have stormed the stage with Randy Rogers, The Cadillac Three, Drake White, The Steel Woods, Alabama, Whiskey Myers, Blackberry Smoke, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. With endless energy and a distinct sound, the three-piece band’s catalog spans six years, two albums, and a 2022 cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s classic “Mississippi Kid.” The entirety of the upcoming album was produced by Kentucky Headhunter’s very own Richard Young, a mentor to the trio.

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What’s automatically striking about “Blue Yodel in G” is the energy that oozes from lead singer Tanner Jones’ raspy vocals and the insane electric guitar that runs throughout the majority of the band’s catalog. With verses that don’t hold back in their imagery (“Now this floor’s always been here for me, and I always come back to her / Whiskey ain’t as thick as wine, it’s always just a damn blur”) and the repeated battle cry of “whoa” that harkens back to cowboy movies, The Comancheros have created a track that is fit for a night drive or the silver screen.

When The Comancheros muse about what they hope fans find in their music, they just hope that people leave a show thinking they’re doing rock ‘n’ roll right. With a country flair and a wild outlook on life, these outlaws aren’t going anywhere without making noise.

Listen to "Blue Yodel in G" now on all streaming services and get ready for the band's new album Memphis to Mexico, releasing on November 25th!


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