|Other Tour Dates (5)|
|May 24||Texas Hippie Coalition||Firebird Saint Louis, Missouri||Find Tickets|
|May 26||Texas Hippie Coalition||Wooly's Des Moines, Iowa||Find Tickets|
|May 27||Texas Hippie Coalition||Granada Lawrence, Kansas|
|May 29||The Bud Light River City Rockfest||AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Sep 10||High Elevation||Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre (formerly Comfort Dental Amphitheatre) Englewood, Colorado||Find Tickets|
Once every generation the rules that define rock and roll are tossed aside and a band of epic proportion appears to bludgeon the masses with its undefined style of music and social commentary.Texas Hippie Coalition aka: “The Band of Outlaws” emerged from The Red River Valley that borders Northern Texas and Southern Oklahoma and ripped their way into the metal scene. The Pride of Texas Tour of 2009 embedded THC on the stages of Rocklahoma, Sky Metal Fest , Rock the Bayou, House of Blues, Hard Rock and Hollywood’s Key Club just to name a few. Having been honorably crowned The Kings of Red Dirt Metal, THC’s music enabled them to grace stages with the likes of Mudvayne, Saliva, Queensryche, Static X, Ratt, Pop Evil, Nazareth, Steel Panther, David Allen Coe, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Gary Allen and many more. In 2009 THC caught the eye of the producers of the Jerry Springer show, and takes great pride in being one of a small hand full of artists to perform on the Jerry Springer Show viewed by over 30,000,000 Households. Through their relentless touring and determination to put themselves in front of music fanatics from coast to coast, they have earned the respect of fans and peers with their hard hitting style of metal dubbed by the Hippies as "Red Dirt Metal". With great vision and attention to detail, the union of Texas Hippie Coalition and Carved Records was sealed at the end of 2009 instantly landing the band in the studio. Enlisting the efforts of Multi-Platinum producer, David Prater, best known for his work in the rock world with Dream Theater’s "Images & Words" and Fire House’s "Fire House" and "Hold Your Fire". Texas Hippie Coalition’s soon to be released album will merge Big Dad Ritch's over-the-top vocals with twin guitars being throttled by Randy Cooper and Alden Nequent a.k.a. “Craw Fish”, topped off with The skull crushing bass lines of John Exall and rapid fire drums of Cody “the hit man” Baily. This release promises to be one of the most electrifying albums of 2010. The World needs to get ready for what can only be described as a new dynasty in rock and the birth of “RED DIRT METAL”!!!
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