Earl Wear & Haywire Saturday Night at Mixers
This Saturday night after the Bobcat homecoming game head on over to Mixers (515 W. Aspen) for live country music. Earl Wear & Haywire will perform starting at 9:30 p.m. Enjoy $3 Jack Daniels & draft beers all night along, and dance on the newly renovated dance floor. Only a $10 cover.
Earl and his band, Haywire (including the BEST of the best musicians around), have been playing nationally for the last 7 years and have developed quite a coast-to-coast following. They have shared the stage with over 60 major recording artists; most recently Trace Adkins, Keith Anderson, Jake Owen, Rodney Atkins, Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton.
AWARDS: In 2001 Earl Wear & Haywire were voted "Best Band in the Pacific Northwest". Earl was just awarded “Best Male Vocalist” at the Independent Music Network Awards for a record breaking six years in a row (2009 thru 2014). His hit single “What’s Not To Love” spent over 130 weeks at the top of the charts.
His other hit single, "Walking To Wyoming" was recorded in 2001 but was re-released in 2008 and spent 33 weeks at #1 on the Independent Music Network's Country Charts. His other hits (including “She Calls Everybody Honey” and "Blame It On Jones") have also spent significant time on the Indie charts and can still be heard in regular rotation all over the US and in 50 countries world-wide!