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Shea Abshier and the Nighthowlers

The new album from Texas born talent Shea Abshier couldn’t come at a better time. Growing up  with deep familial roots in the community of Stephenville  Shea and his Nighthowler compatriots are emerging as part of the new generation taking the reins in a region steeped in accomplishments. The album, titled Potluck, was recorded under the patronage of Larry Joe Taylor at his renown melody music ranch. As its name suggests, the album is a sampling from the diverse melting pot that is texas music, with shades of blues and gospel texturizing an unshakable rock and roll foundation.   
 
Composed of shea abshier on lead vocals, tyler moses on rhythm guitar and backup vocals, chase chancellor on drums, paul oliger on lead guitar and monty scrogum on bass, the nighthowlers’musical backgrounds are as unique as the music they create. The band will be rolling out songs from the new album during their fall tour, anchored by several festival appearances including crazy water festival, bacon bash and fiesta jam. 
 
With Potluck’s anticipated release drawing near, shea looks forward to opportunities to continue to share his gift, tour, and write. He says,
“Music is my calling. It'd be selfish to say that music has played a huge roll in my life, because i’m pretty sure music touches everyone. That's why i play it.”

Composed of Shea Abshier on lead vocals, Tyler Moses on rhythm guitar and backup vocals, chase chancellor on drums, Paul Oliger on lead guitar and Monty Scrogum on bass, the Nighthowlers’ musical backgrounds are as unique as the music they create. The band will be rolling out songs from the new album during their fall tour, anchored by several festival appearances including crazy water festival, bacon bash and fiesta jam. 
 
 

With Potluck’s anticipated release drawing near, shea looks forward to opportunities to continue to share his gift, tour, and write. He says,
“Music is my calling. It'd be selfish to say that music has played a huge roll in my life, because i’m pretty sure music touches everyone. That's why i play it.”