HILL COUTNRY REVUE
ZEBRA RANCH
NEW RELEASE OUT TODAY!
Southern rock/blues purveyors Hill Country Revue will release their second album, Zebra Ranch, on October 12th via Razor & Tie. The album is everything and more that a band could hope for when recording their sophomore album; progressing artistically, creating a defining sound, and coming together with a unity that cannot be manufactured.

While never departing from the blend of Southern rock and blues that Hill Country Revue is known for, the band does expand upon their musical range on this record. As opposed to the more bluesy sound on their debut album Make A Move,Zebra Ranch is a little more rock. “Make A Move was an artistic transition, and this album is a personal one,” bandlparty.”

Zebra Ranch is comprised of 14 tracks of unparalleled talent, progression and fine craftsmanship. “This album is a yell of rock and roll rebellion,” said Cody. “It’s also a loud cry for purpose, meaning and truth – straight from the soul.” The album is also a dedication to Cody’s father, legendary producer and musician Jim Dickinson, who passed one year ago. The album title comes from the name of Jim’s home recording studio, where both Hill Country Revue albums were created. “Being an artist himself, he was always producing, even in absentia,” Cody spoke of Jim. “He continues today, and this record is in his memory.”

Hill Country Revue is an offspring of the North Mississippi Allstars, the Grammy-nominated band Cody is also a part of. As Hill Country Revue’s bandleader, Cody Dickinson adds vocals, guitar, and drumming to the group as well as other miscellaneous instrumentals when called for. Daniel Robert Coburn contributes lead vocals and harp, Kirk Smithhart is guitar and vocals, Doc Samba is bass, & Dave Mason is on drums.
Availablel On iTunes

Hill Country Revue will be on tour supporting Zebra Ranch in the fall of 2010 and throughout 2011,
including a couple of shows with the Drive-By-Truckers followed by a string of dates with
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
in October.
UPCOMING SHOWS:
FRI - 10/8 Brown Theatre
Louisville, KY [map]
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SAT - 10/9 Buckhead Theater
Atlanta, GA [map]
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MON - 10/11 Varsity Theatre
Baton Rouge, LA [map]
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TUE - 10/12 WorkPlay
Birmingham, AL [map]
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WED - 10/13 The Valarium
Knoxville, TN [map]
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FRI - 10/15 Visulite Theatre
Charlotte, NC [map]
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SAT - 10/16 The Handlebar
Greenville, SC [map]
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SUN - 10/17 Buster's Billiards & Backroom
Lexington, KY [map]
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TUE - 10/19 Bluebird
Bloomington, IN [map]
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WED - 10/20 Newport Music Hall
Columbus, OH [map]
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FRI - 10/22 Rams Head Live
Baltimore, MD [map]
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SAT - 10/23 Hart Theatre at The Egg
Albany, NY [map]
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SUN - 10/24 Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead
Munhall, PA [map]
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TUE - 10/26 Mercury Lounge
New York, NY [map]
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WED - 10/27 DC9
Washington, DC [map]
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THU - 10/28 Casbah
Charlotte, NC [map]
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FRI - 10/29 The Pour House
Charleston, SC [map]
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SAT - 10/30 Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
Pompano Beach, FL [map]
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WED - 11/3 Bronze Peacock
Houston, TX [map]
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THU - 11/4 Continental Club
Austin, TX [map]
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FRI - 11/5 Continental Club
Austin, TX [map]
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SAT - 11/6 House of Blues: Cambridge Room
Dallas, TX [map]
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TUE - 11/9 Santa Fe Brewing Company
Santa Fe, NM [map]
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THU - 11/11 Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
Denver, CO [map]
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FRI - 11/12 three20south
Breckenridge, CO [map]
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SAT - 11/13 Belly Up
Aspen, CO [map]
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TUE - 11/16 Bottleneck
Lawrence, KS [map]
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WED - 11/17 Mojo's
Columbia, MO [map]
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FRI - 11/19 House Of Blues, Back Porch Stage
Chicago, IL [map]
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SAT - 11/20 Old Rock House
St. Louis, MO [map]
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FRI - 12/3 Revolution Music Room
Little Rock, AR [map]
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