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Merch Monday Artist for June 15th – HONEY COUNTY

Photo courtesy of Honey County

Welcome to Honey County!  It isn’t a place you can drive to or book a flight to.  It’s an imaginary location where the beauty of sunny Southern California meets the neon-lit honky tonks of Nashville.  A place where three extraordinary female musicians come together to bring you glorious three-part harmonies mixed with impressive guitar-driven songs.  Sound like somewhere you’d like to be?  Then stay awhile!  Better yet, stay and do a little shopping while you’re here because the ladies of Honey County have joined Think Country today to offer our followers a sizzling 20% discount on everything in their online store!  They have the coolest merch around and I’ll tell you about it after I tell you a bit about the band.

Photo courtesy of Honey County

Based in Los Angeles, Honey County band members are Dani Rose, Tracy Lambertucci and Sofie Lynn.  Known for their cool blend of southern twang and pop hooks, everything about this group leaves fans wanting more.  They’ve played CMA Fest and Stagecoach and shared gigs with the likes of Lady A and Old Dominion.  They’re a trio on the rise and with good reason.  They’re all top-notch performers and they all write great songs.

With nobody in the band being the designated “leader”, and all sharing the songwriting load, all of the women play a significant part in Honey County.  Their independent singles “Love Someone” and “High on the Radio” both received heavy airplay on Radio Disney Country and their latest single, “Woke Up Tired”, is available now on all the usual digital platforms.  You can keep up with Honey County on all of their social media sites (linked below) as well.

Video (Audio) courtesy of Honey County and YouTube

 The main reason we’re here today, of course, is because it’s MERCH MONDAY!  Today, you can visit the Honey County online store, purchase anything you like, and receive a 20% DISCOUNT ACROSS THE BOARD, but make sure you use this code (and it’s different than the usual code we use) WUT20.  That code again is WUT20.  Let me tell you about the stuff!  I hear women talking about the shirts on merch tables all the time!  Let me tell you that Honey County really understands women that buy artist merch.  They have every style imaginable!  They have t-shirts for men and women in all the different styles we love.  They have baseball-type shirts.  They have hoodies of different sorts.  There are baseball caps, visors, bags, sunglasses and yes, even signed CDs that won’t break your bank account. They also have pick jewelry.  It’s a really great selection.

Image courtesy of Honey County

Image courtesy of Honey County

If I were you, I would jump on these deals.  They have the coolest t-shirts ever.  like this one, just in time for Father’s Day.  If you know a dad with a good sense of humor, this would seem like a good choice, and while you’re at it, turn him on to some Honey County music too.

 

Image courtesy of Honey County

All you need now is the link to the store and here it is: https://www.shophoneycounty.com/shop  Remember to use the code WUT20 to get that awesome 20% discount!  To really get in tune with everything Honey County has to offer, check out their socials at the links below.  Tell them THINK COUNTRY sent you and by all means, go listen to some of their music.  It will absolutely make your Monday less “Monday-ish”.

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/honeycounty/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/honeycounty/?hl=en

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/honeycounty

Jamie Gardam’s Latest THINK COUNTRY Interview with Honey County:  https://thinkcountrymusic.com/whats-new/tc-in-conversation-with-honey-county/

*Featured image courtesy of Honey County

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Patti McClintic
I’m Patti. Rock music is my first love. My daughter, who was a country fan as a teenager, dragged me in when I'd drive her to school and we would have radio wars in the car. I'd have on my rock station and she would switch it to the country station. Guess who always won? As they say, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, so I did. patti@thinkcountrymusic.com First it was all modern country, but my parents were big Merle Haggard fans. I went along with them to a Merle Haggard/Phil Vassar show at the local fair and that was it. I was hooked on the Hag. Since that day, I've become a fan of bluegrass and I continue to explore all facets of the country genre. I guess you could say, I'm all in. When I'm not up to my neck in any kind of music, I enjoy genealogy, history, my granddaughters and my addiction, SongPop. I guess it could be worse, right? I'm a Buffalo, New York girl living in a Nashville, Tennessee world, and I'm livin' the dream with my husband, my dog and my two cats.
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