Artist Name:
Daisy Moonshine and her
Redneck Brothers
Daisy Moonshine (Vocals)
Hillbilly Billy (Drums, Bongos, and Jug)
Lucky McCrath (Bass and Banjo)
Redneck Ryan (Guitar, Bass, Banjo, and Vocals)
Charlie Riot (Guitar, Harmonica, and Piano)
Title: Bellis Perennis
Release Date: 12/17
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December of 2017
Artist Bio:
Hailing from El Paso, Texas, Daisy Moonshine and her Redneck Brothers perform
their own unique style of bluegrass anti-folk psychobilly cowpunk with a metal and
punk wave edge.  Their highly energetic live shows are full of rage and dripping with
sexuality that Daisy Moonshine seems to radiate everywhere she goes.  The band
formed in March of 2016 when Daisy and Redneck Ryan performed an impromptu
acoustic performance at a house party.  Redneck Ryan had recently parted ways
with his former band "The Noise That Came From Below", and was looking to start
a new project.  Daisy had just graduated high school and was eager to pursue music,
despite not having any prior experience.  Daisy invited her old high school classmates
Hillbilly Billy and Lucky McGrath to be a part of the new project, and they quickly
accepted the offer.  Hillbilly Billy and Lucky McGrath had both been playing together
for almost five years, but had never had the opportunity to become a part of a band.  
The four friends quickly started writing material, eager to start performing live.  In
August of 2016 the band performed their first live set at a house party, performing
covers of various songs, as well as three original tracks.  The response was good,
and after their set they were approached by Charlie Riot, a local guitarist that had
played with several bands in their home town, and worked as a promoter booking
shows for both local and national acts in El Paso.  Charlie Riot expressed interest in
booking the new band, but also expressed his desire to work with the group.  The
group accepted Charlie Riot into the band, and the members worked together over
the next several months, writing original music and developing their sound.  Daisy
Moonshine and her Redneck Brothers performed their first live show at a venue in El
Paso at Scooters Bar and Nightlife on New Years Eve 2016.  The show had rave
reviews and they quickly generated a fan base by performing live shows over the
next few months.  In May of 2016, Charlie Riot booked a show in El Paso for Bad
Stain recording artists, Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners, and put his band
on the bill.  After the show, Johnny Laundromat complimented the band, and
mentioned that his band had recently signed to Bad Stain Records.  He told Daisy
and her band to send in any recordings as soon as possible.  Johnny called Bad Stain
Records President, Chase Stain, the following day, and informed Stain of the
amazing live show that he had witnessed the previous night.  Johnny Laundromat
emailed Stain 45 seconds of the live show, and Stain was sold.  Daisy Moonshine
and her Redneck Brothers signed to Bad Stain in July, and went into the studio in
August to record their debut release.  The group worked with Chase Stain during the
recording process and eventually completed the recordings in September of 2017.  
Bad Stain Records set the release date for their debut album, titled "Bellis Perennis"
in December of 2017.  The band and the label chose to have the ten inch record be a
limited edition release, with only 1,000 copies being pressed.  Daisy Moonshine and
her Redneck Brothers will be heading out on tour to promote the album in January of
2018.  Be on the lookout for them in your town, and pick up a copy of their new
album before it's gone!

"...the highlight of the evening...a highly energetic performance that resulted in pure mayhem
and havoc both on stage and off.....  Daisy Moonshine radiates a raw sexual presence while
on stage, as she belts out her screaming vocals full of angst and rage.  Moonshine's unique
voice is dripping with sex, but at the same time you can hear the deep pain emerge as her
voice quivers and cracks, sounding as though she is fighting to hold back her tears while she
sings her heartfelt lyrics.  Although Moonshine can quickly turn off the hurt in her voice and
thrust her vocals into pure rage, generating a strong pissed off attitude of anger and
frustration.  Moonshine emits sexuality as she slowly rubs her hands up and down her
glistening wet slender tattooed body, caressing her inner thighs and breasts throughout her
performance.  Throughout the 45 minute set, Moonshine poured beer all over her four male
bandmates and her own body too many times to keep track of, and constantly encouraged
both male and female fans to pour their drinks on her, and themselves, and I can only imagine
the bar was loving the increase in alcohol sales for the night.  With the band and several fans
soaked and dripping in booze, Moonshine removed shirts from several male audience
members, literally ripping shirts off of many of the men, and proceeded to drag a male fan on
stage during an extended guitar solo and slide her tongue up and down the abs and chest of
fan, grabbing his hands and forcing them on her hips and breasts.  When the fan attempted to
kiss her, she abruptly stopped her outlandish behavior and separated herself from the fan,
calling the fan a "sick fucking pervert" and picked up the mic and started singing the next
verse of the song.  The sexual charged stunt left a feeling of tension in the crowd, and during
the bands next song, Moonshine exploded with energy, running across the stage and climbing
up the side stage curtain and swinging herself to the lighting fixtures, dangling from the fixtures
by her calves like a child playing on a jungle gym.  Moonshine completed singing the song,
and started small talk with the crowd as soon as it ended.  Moonshine asked members if they
were enjoying the show, and seemed somewhat hazy, but at total ease, and joyful, especially
considering that she was dangling 30 feet above the fans, who were standing on a hard
concrete floor.  As she made her way across the fixture, swinging from bar to bar as fans
cringed and hoped that she wouldn't lose her grip, Moonshine announced that the next song
they played was the final song in their set.  Immediately following her announcement, the
bands drummer started in with a snare drumroll that was followed by a very fast up tempo
punk rock beat as a distorted bass guitar started performing a complex and very fast scale.  
Feedback from both guitars seemed to echo through the venue before both guitarists started
playing fast paced riffs.  Moonshine dangled by her left hand while screaming lyrics into the
mic and swinging herself back and forth on the bars of the lighting fixture.  As she finished the
chorus, a metal influenced guitar solo screeched through the venue and Moonshine released
her grip and plummeted towards the ground.  Fans raised their hands, catching the singer,
thus preventing serious injury to the petite and energetic performer.  Moonshine made her
way across the hands of the fans, rolling her way back onto the stage as the band started the
final chorus of the final song.  As Moonshine sang the last line of the chorus, she grabbed the
microphone stand and swung it into one of the guitar amps, as guitarist Redneck Ryan
jumped off stage in a front flip.  Feedback and a distorted bass with flanger effect and on a
tremelo loop bounced through the club as bassist Lucky McGrath performed a cartwheel
into the bands drumset, knocking over drummer Hillbilly Billy, who immediately grabbed the
bass and began smashing it over the drums.  Daisy Moonshine slowly walked across the
stage during the chaos, sporting a raised middle finger as she spit blood into the crowd, and
exited at the back end of the stage with Lucky McGrath and Hillbilly Billy, both covered in
blood from cuts and scrapes.  Second guitarist Charlie Riot laid still in the center of the stage,
after smashing his guitar on the floor, as Redneck Ryan pulled himself back on the stage while
screaming, "I need fucking whiskey!".  As Redneck Ryan walked across the stage to exit, he
kicked his bandmate Charlie Riot in the side, causing Charlie to jump to his feet and tackle
Ryan, forcing the two guitarists to fall down the back stage staircase.  Shrieking feedback
bellowed through the crowd, as fans clapped and cheered, and laughed with looks of shock
on their faces.  I could hear everyone discussing the bands performance in amazement.  As
the sound tech shut off the noise from broken equipment, I made my way towards the
backstage to meet with the band.  I had just witnessed the most insane, wild, crazy,
energetic, sex infused show that I had ever seen, and wanted to meet the band...."  

- Alex Marshall  (Lone Star Underground Magazine)