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Houston Bernard Band - Country Crowd #Flyah Review


The Houston Bernard Band is a must see! The bad boy of Boston country has assembled a group of musicians that bring vitality and grit to modern country. Their brand of original country music is fresh and hard hitting. Houston delivers one crowd pleasing country anthem after another with both polish and passion, while the band cooks up the good stuff; tight, modern country beats, soaring harmonies and expertly crafted solos. Nominated for Country Act of the Year in 2015, 2016 nd 2017 and Having share bills with Old Dominion, Clint Black, Cadillac Three, The Lacs, Montgomery Gentry, Dierks Bentley, Travis Tritt, Jake Owen, Eli Young Band, Josh Thompson, Scotty McCreery, Pure Prairie League among many other great acts they are considered one of New England’s most respected country acts. In 2014 they released Houston Bernard LP, with a successful international line dance hit "Shaky People." In 2015 they Release "Knockin' Boots" to some international success with their single, "Home is in your Arms" and a very popular video for their song, "Yoga Pants." They will released more singles in 2017 with videos. The band is enjoying regional success while gearing up to rock the nation, one town at a time. With down-home sensibility and plenty of rock and roll energy, the Houston Bernard Band has re-imagined modern country with a new philosophy; country music is better raw than fried.

The Houston Bernard Band has released another single to country radio. "Country Crowd" is a tribute to all the true loyal country fans that keep the band going. 


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