Steve Moakler announce Fall tailgate tour

By on August 20, 2014
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It’s that time of year – burgers on the grill and cheering for your favorite home team. There’s no question, football is in the air and Nashville-based artist Steve Moakler wants to add to game time by throwing his first “Tailgate Tour,” announced today at PasteMagazine.com. Beginning in September, Moakler will perform private house shows in 15 select cities. Show dates are submission based with a “name your price” option. “Steve Moakler’s Tailgate Tour” will include a private house show and cornhole tournament.

“Every year, I look forward to football season and all the fun traditions that come along with it,” says Moakler. “Football games bring people together in the same powerful way that music does. The Tailgate Tour is all about celebrating these two things that we all love and making memories.”

Much like Moakler’s popular “Hometowns & Campgrounds Tour,” fans can submit show requests through SteveMoakler.com. Submissions for “Steve Moakler’s Tailgate Tour” are open until September 1, with limited slots, so make your best offer to bring Steve Moakler to your tailgate. For more information on the tour and offer guidelines, visit www.SteveMoakler.com.


About Steve Moakler

In 2006, Steve Moakler moved from his hardworking hometown of Pittsburgh to Nashville, Tenn. in order to pursue a career in music. A handful of odd jobs, hundreds of shows and a thousand songs later, Moakler is three records in with no signs of slowing down. His highly embraced album, Wide Open released earlier this year and follows the success of Watching Time Run (2011) and All the Faint Lights (2009). Moakler has had songs recorded by esteemed artists such as Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Kellie Picker, Ben Rector and Matt Wertz. He also co-wrote “Good On You,” the debut single from Show-Dog Universal’s new country duo, Native Run. Moakler’s music has also been featured on various TV shows including MTV, FOX and ABC, among others. Last fall, Moakler embarked on the “Hometowns & Campgrounds Tour,” where he hit 40 different cities in 50 days. It’s hard to believe its been nearly a decade since his drive into Nashville, but if his career is any indication, Moakler’s on the ride of his life.

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Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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