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Tune-In Alert: SiriusXM Willie's Roadhouse Features Moe Bandy

Apr 20 | Posted by: Absolute Publicity | Tags: Moe Bandy

Country Music Legend Talks New Autobiography with Host Charlie Monk this Sunday, April 22 at 7 PM ET on SiriusXM Channel 59

Nashville, Tenn. (April 20, 2018) — Country music legend Moe Bandy will be featured on this weekend's edition of Willie's Roadhouse on SiriusXM. Show host Charlie Monk catches up with Bandy to talk all about his new autobiography, Lucky Me.

The new book details the 50+ year musical career of the hit-making country singer. The late Barbara Bush penned the book's foreword.

Bandy's interview airs this Sunday, April 22 at 7 PM ET on SiriusXM Channel 59.

Lucky Me is available for purchase now at moebandybook.com.

Bandy has kept busy over the past few weeks, discussing his new book with many prominent media outlets including Rolling Stone Country, Country Gold with Terri Clark (syndicated by Cumulus), Home & Family (the Hallmark Channel), Cowboys & Indians Magazine, 650AM WSM, Heartland TV, The Country Network, Today in Nashville (WSMV-TV), Honky Tonkin' with Tracy Lawrence, SiriusXM, Larry's Country Diner (RFD-TV), Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville (Public Television), Sports & Entertainment Nashville Magazine, Acme Radio, and more. Upcoming media appearances include Huckabee (TBN), RareCountry.com, Fox News Radio, The Tennessean, PopCulture.com, Ty, Kelly & Chuck (NASH/Cumulus), Rock & Review (Fox 17 / WZTV-TV) and more.

To learn more about Lucky Me, check out Bandy's recent feature story from Rolling Stone Country.

About Moe Bandy

Moe Bandy's country music accomplishments are many, including ten #1 songs, 40 Top Ten hits, 66 charted hits, five Gold Records and numerous ACM and CMA Awards. He started his recording career while he was a sheet metal worker in San Antonio, Texas, but after a decade of hard labor, Bandy traded his sheet metal for Gold albums. In the mid-seventies when the country pop Kenny Rogers, John Denver and the outlaw sound of Waylon and Willie was all the rage, along came the traditionalist Moe Bandy.

For more information on Moe Bandy, visit moebandy.com.

***Suggested Tweet: @MoeBandyMusic to be featured on @SIRIUSXM Willie's Roadhouse

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