In the modern age where music is all image and hype, it is nearly impossible to find a quality new artist that the whole world can relate to, one that possesses all the qualities necessary to be at the forefront of a new musical movement. Such is the case with Moccasin Creek, a Tennessee based duo that mix old school Southern rock with country and hip hop to form a style like no one has ever heard. Their infectious new sound has invaded the stereos of tens of thousands of fans, from the ages of six to sixty.
The origins of Moccasin Creek date back to the summer of 2010 when vocalist Jeff ‘Brahma Bull’ McCool visited Tennessee to check out the music scene. While collaborating with some other artists he stumbled across Nashville rocker Charlie Bonnet III and an instant chemistry was found. The first day working together they helped create the now famous southern anthem “Hick Life,” and shortly after began work on their debut album, Allowed To Be Loud. With real-life lyrics and driving guitar hooks, the record’s debut single “Dixie Fried” struck a chord with the hard working common folk, propelling the band into underground icon status. The Creek boys hit the road hard, playing everywhere from music festivals to dive bars. Their shake every hand and sign every autograph attitude ultimately won crowds over every time.
After returning home from a co-headlining Buffalo Chip appearance at the 2011 Sturgis bike rally, Moccasin Creek knew they needed to get into the studio for another album. This resulted in Born Ready, a rock-solid twelve song effort that spawned crowd favorites such as “Southern Renegade,” party anthem “Lil Country Girl,” and the pro-military smash “Feel Like Fightin’.” Millions of you tube views and thousands of song downloads later, Moccasin Creek has solidified its place in the new chapter of Southern rock history. For booking inquiries please contact Daphne Mitchell at 931-409-3396.