Arizona cowpunk veterans announce a 24 date fall tour and celebrate with the re-imagined release of “Interstate”, originally from their debut album “Fizzy Fuzzy, Big and Buzzy”
Known for their electrifying live performances, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers are touring extensively across North America throughout the rest of the year including stops in Charlotte, NC; Boston, MA; Indianapolis, IN; Atlanta, GA and many more. Earlier this summer, the band hosted their long running music festival Circus Mexicus in the beautiful coastal town of Puerto Peñasco, Mexico. In addition to an impressive lineup that featured performances by Jesse Dayton, The Black Moods and Jamie Lin Wilson, charity events hosted by the band and fans during the festival raised money for a local orphanage, local youth sports and helped feed shelter animals. Click here for more information on Circus Mexicus.
Formed in 1999, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers was derived from The Refreshments after experiencing changes within their record label and internal band issues. Not only did Clyne and drummer P.H. Naffah decide to record under a new moniker but they started experimenting with new sounds after reconnecting with old country records from artists like Marty Robbins and Johnny Cash. The result was their debut album ‘Honky Tonk Union,’ which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s internet sales chart. Since then, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have released eight studio albums featuring their signature pop punk, Americana and Mariachi influences. Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers’ current line-up features Clyne (lead vocals, guitar); Naffah (drums); Nick Scropos (bass) and Jim Dalton (lead guitar).