GOODBYE JUNE * AT&T Audience Network * TONIGHT, Oct 27 @ 9:00 p.m. ET/PTon DIRECTV Ch 239/AT&T U-verse Ch 1114,
Tune in TONIGHT, October 27 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT to watch the broadcast premiere of the concert special “Goodbye June” on AT&T AUDIENCE Network via DIRECTV Ch 239, AT&T U-verse Ch 1114 and on-demand through DIRECTV NOW. The one-hour event titled “Goodbye June,” features a fiery concert from the rock trio and a behind-the-scenes interview with the group and series host Ted Stryker. Watch and share the trailer for “Goodbye June” (HERE) and behind-the-scenes interview (HERE).
Hailing from Nashville, TN, Goodbye June is a rock band comprised of cousins Landon Milbourn (lead vocals), Brandon Qualkenbush (rhythm guitar, backing vocals) and Tyler Baker (lead guitar). Passion is something there’s no shortage of with Goodbye June. Raised in West Tennessee and Southern Indiana, the cousins made a decision to chase a dream – and proceed no matter the cost. If not reckless, the reality of struggling to get by gives the lacerating, guitar-driven music a grittiness that’s nothing short of broken glass.
After touring the U.S. incessantly, their hard-hitting songs were placed on Madden 17, Wrestlemania (WWE), NHL All Access broadcasts as well as NFL and ESPN College Football broadcasts. The band’s track “Liberty Mother” is also featured in Budweiser’s Across America Commercial. With the EP Danger in the Morning, their focus was strengthened and their indie label Cotton Valley Music found a partner in Interscope. The group’s debut album Magic Valley which Relix magazine described as “Gutsy, blistering rock sounds…” was released on May 5, 2017 via Cotton Valley/Interscope Records.
Catch Goodbye June on tour in the following cities:
Dec 7 Columbus, OH @ The Bluestone
Dec 8 Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
Dec 9 Traverse City, MI @ Ground Zero
Dec 12 Johnson City, TN @ Capone’s
Dec 14 St Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
PRAISE FOR GOODBYE JUNE
“the group demonstrates how they’ve skillfully honed their ability to translate their raw live energy into a recording.” – Billboard
“Forget the faux-rock, ganjo-laden hits you hear on the radio. Goodbye June is proving that Music City still has one foot in straight-up rock ‘n’ roll” – Premier Guitar
“gutsy, blistering rock sounds” – Relix