Get shakin’ and swingin’ with The Yeehaa Boys’ country-swing hit “Shake Baby”
Sometimes you just feel like groovin’ to some honky-tonk style swing. Sometimes you feel like you want to step into a good-old country-town pub and hear some true country music to get your body groovin’. With a stubby of beer and a pub around the corner, this isn’t a hard task, as The Yeehaa Boys release their root tootin’, country-swingin’ hit single “Shake Baby”.
Having lived in Louisiana and having collaborated with Keith Urban’s producer in the past, The Yeehaa Boys have a true country sound. Their element of good honky-tonk swing is the finish touch to their upbeat country music. Whatever mood you are in, their new single “Shake Baby” will put you in a good mood and get your feet moving all day long.
“Shake Baby” is simply about swingin’, groovin’ and shakin’ ya stuff. Music (and women) is at the core of the song as ‘When the rhythm starts to groove, chicks hips start to move’. It is a great feel good song that, no matter what sounds you’re into, you will find yourself shakin’ ya stuff to this great new track. So get boot scootin’, root tootin’ and jump on the wagon for some good old country fun!
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ABOUT THE YEEHAA BOYS
After living in the US for over 6 years, based in New Orleans & Louisiana, touring and playing in various bands throughout the country, Mick Buckley, with his unique Honky Tonk piano style, returned home to Australia, hooked up with his list of illustrious mates and put his own band together.
While putting the band together, front man Fitzy would celebrate the end of a good rehearsal session with the infectious cry of, “Yeeehaaaa” and the band soon got known through friends, buddy’s and rehearsal studios as the The Yeehaa Boys, which after much discussion was embraced by the band who adopted the name as their own.
In mid 2006 the band teamed up with Keith Urban’s producer Peter Blyton and recorded their first EP ‘Playin 8 Ball’ with the single rocketing to No.18 on the National Country Music charts. The music video was shot at the legendary Basement in Sydney, and soon became one of the most requested clips on the Country Music Channel.
The Yeehaa Boys are digitally distributed to the world with Blue Pie Records.
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