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It was in 1962, after trying his luck in bronco-busting and bull-riding, Moe Bandy realized his love for country music and started pursuing his newfound passion. This passion would soon turn him in to one of the legendary country music singers this world has to see. He formed a band with the name of Moe and the Mavericks and started performing in local bars and clubs. In 1964, Bandy released a single, “Lonely Lady” which was not much popular but it got him performing for some bands and artists as a backing and also appearances at a local television program, Country Corner. In 1973, Bandy was recognized by Ray Baker, a record producer, and that’s when Bandy started his solo career. The first song as a solo was “I Just Started Hatin’ Cheatin’ Songs” which eventually got the 17th position on the US Country Charts. The following hits were “Don’t Anyone Make Love at Home Anymore” and “It Was Always So Easy to Find an Unhappy Woman”. Further recognition came from his single “Bandy the Rodeo” which was written by his friends and with his chart topping singles “Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life”, “Cowboys Ain’t Supposed to Cry”, “It’s a Cheating Situation” and “I’m Sorry for You, My Friend”. Some other solo hits of the artist include “Rodeo Romeo”, “Till I’m Too Old to Die Young” and “Yesterday Once More”. In 1979, Bandy collaborated with Joe Stampley and started off with the single “Just Good Ol’ Boys”. The single was an instant hit and so a series of collaborated work followed including hit singles like “Where’s the Dress”, “Daddy’s Honky Tonk”, “Hey Joe” and “Still on a Roll”. Hey Joe! Hey Moe !, Alive and Well the Best and Live at Billy Bob’s Texas are the albums of Bandy with Joe Stampley. Moe Bandy has released more than 30 albums in his entire career and every album has contributed in keeping him alive and well in the hearts of his millions of fans all over the world. To Old To Die Young, A Cowboy Christmas, Picture in a Frame, No Regrets, Motel Matches, I Still Love You in the Same Ol’ Way, The Champ, Here I Am Drunk Again and It Was Always So Easy are some of the albums of Bandy which made him a top ranking artist he is right now. With touring as much as 250 to 300 days a year, Moe Bandy is a live performer in its true sense. His live concerts have been popular for so many years and crowds and crowds of fans come to attend his concerts. Moe Bandy tickets have always been the favorite of country music fans. Dancing on the country beats of his hit singles like “Honky Tonk Amnesia”, “The Biggest Airport in the World”, “Soft Lights and Hard Country Music”, “It’s a Cheating Situation”, “Someday Soon”, “Woman Your Love”, “You Haven’t Heard the Last of Me”, “Brotherly Love” and “This Night Won’t Last Forever”. Bandy brings all the goodness of rich country music to his fans through his music which makes him a versatile singer, a one-of-a-kind. So the next time Bandy is scheduled to perform near your place, make sure to book your Moe Bandy tickets for a foot-tapping experience at any live country concert.
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