In the Mood for a Stiff Drink? Let "Murder the Stout" Help You Out

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Houston's own progressive, edgy Celtic Rockers, Murder the Stout, are offering fans 3 free mp3's from their debut album. This music is guaranteed to have you reaching for the fridge.

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Houston's own progressive, edgy Celtic Rockers, Murder the Stout are offering fans 3 free mp3's from their debut album.

Just sign up to their mailing list between 25th October and 25th December 2006, just put "Billboard Publicity Wire sign-up" in the subject line and wait for the free mp3's to arrive via email.

Fans can sign up at the official site.

A short bio of Murder the Stout:

Murder the Stout formed at the end of 2004 after lead singer Gerard Bride wanted to get back to serious performing.

He and Neil DuFour on guitar, had already developed a decent setlist when Hugh Morrison with his squeeze box joined ranks.

After the original drummer and bass player re-located the search was on for the perfect rhythm section and along came Berkley Sisson & Jonathan Chamrad whose years of performing together across the state in country bands found them the perfect fit. Hugh had played with Jonathan in a previous band as had Berkley and Gerard in Houstons first celtic band On the Dole, a band that Gerard formed back in 1998.

All five hit it off straight away and have been grabbing bookings at pubs, clubs & festivals ever since. A perfect combination, with Hugh & Gerards genuine Scottish & Irish traditions, along with an all Texan rhythm section sets this group apart.

Their first tour was in April 2006 as Murder the Stout took their energetic stage show from Texas to Louisiana and Mississippi to promote the release of their debut album.

Just back from California after some very successful shows, Murder the Stout have been approached about providing music for the upcoming movie -- Shankill Road. Filming is due to start in January 2007.

The future is certainly bright for these Murderers of Stout.

Drink up, sing up and we'll see you soon.

Murder the Stout

You can also sign up via MTS's MySpace page.


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