Country band "Fred Myers and the Redneck Majority" just got its new album out to the public. Released in December 2012, the band's new album "Wild For You" is now for sale nationwide, according to the band's website.
"Myers, who was raised in Phillipsburg, Pa., and most of his band members are Pennsylvania natives who share their talents not only with paying audiences but also for charitable causes," said the Post article. "Most recently they performed at a Relay for Life event, for the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, and at a fund-raiser to benefit a woman left homeless when her house exploded."
There are various ticket packages for sale, including some that include dinner and dancing.
You can view the band's new single "No Place I'd Rather Be" above.
"Tickets for the Sunnybrook concert and dance are $20 in advance by ordering online, or $25 at the door," said the Post. "Dinner and dance combination tickets cost $50, and reservations are required. Children’s tickets and a child’s dinner menu also are available."
In the event of inclimate weather, these Pennsylvania natives knew to have a back-up plan. A snow date for the show has been set for Sunday, Jan. 27.