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Feb 20, 2015

Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Announces Tour Partnership with Blackberry Smoke

Gatlinburg,TN (February 20, 2015) – Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine, Tennessee’s First LegalMoonshine is excited to announce their latest music partnership with fellowSoutherner’s, Blackberry Smoke. The band whojust debuted their new album Holding All The Roses, in the coveted #1spot on Billboard’s Country Album Chart, has a fondness for moonshine and the partnership is an especially great fit asthe band’s name is uncannily similar to one of the moonshine brands mostpopular flavors – Ole Smoky® Blackberry MoonshineTM. Ole Smoky has joined Blackberry Smoke on theirupcoming U.S. tour, pouring out their Blackberry Moonshine backstage and forthe fans in attendance.

BlackberrySmoke’s new partnership with Ole Smoky Moonshine is a perfect fit, as theband’s fondness for moonshine has been well documented (a chapter of their 2012concert DVD Live at the Georgia Theatre coversthis in depth). Charlie Starr reflects, “It's great to be able to partner withan authentic Company like Ole Smoky Moonshine.” He continues, “It's importantfor us to work with genuine brands.” Brit Turner adds, “It's great to workwith another American company that shows such great respect to their employeesand customers. Ole Smoky Moonshine has the best product in the legal moonshinegame.

“Weare thrilled to partner with one of our favorite bands, Blackberry Smoke, ontheir upcoming tour. Rocking out with them across the country and meeting oldand new fans of Ole Smoky is an honor. We are an American brand, by the peopleand for the people, and can’t wait to get out on the road with the band andmake some great memories,” said Ole Smoky co-founder Joe Baker 

 Blackberry Smoke Winter/Spring 2015 USTour Dates:

2.20     Kansas City,MO – Uptown Theatre

2.21     Denver, CO –Fillmore Auditorium

2.24     Lincoln, NE –The Bourbon Theater

2.26     Des Moines,IA – Wooly’s

2.27     Minneapolis,MN – First Avenue

2.28     Springfield,IL - Boondocka

3.5      Milwaukee, WI – Rave

3.6      Chicago, IL – Joe’s Sports Bar

3.7      Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit

3.11     Green Bay, WI– Meyer Theater

3.12     Madison, WI –Majestic Theatre

3.13     Indianapolis,IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

3.14     Louisville,KY – Mercury Ballroom

3.19     Cleveland, OH– House of Blues

3.20     Philadelphia,PA – The Electric Factory

3.21     Munhall, PA –Carnegie Music Hall

3.22     Buffalo, NY –Town Ballroom

3.24     Burlington,VT – Higher Ground Ballroom

3.26     Portland, ME– State Theatre

3.27     Boston, MA –House of Blues Boston

3.28     New York, NY– Webster Hall

4.3      Nashville, TN - Ryman

4.8      Norfolk, VA – The NorVa

4.9      Richmond, VA – The National

4.10     SilverSpring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring

4.11     Columbus, OH– LC Pavilion

4.16     Raleigh, NC –The Ritz

4.17     Charlotte,NC  - The Fillmore Charlotte

4.18     Myrtle Beach,SC – House of Blues Myrtle Beach

4.22     Columbia, SC-  Music Farm Columbia

4.23     Charleston,SC – Music Farm

4.24     Dothan, AL –Toadlick Music Festival

4.25     Orlando, FL –House of Blues Orlando

4.30     Austin, TX –Emo’s

5.1      New Orleans, LA – House of Blues

5.2      New Orleans, LA – House of Blues

5.7      Houston, TX – House of Blues

5.8      Dallas, TX – House of Blues

5.9      San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater