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Deer Creek Boys' Release “What Goes Up”

What Goes UpWillis, VA -- Mountain Fever Records is pleased to announce the debut release from the newly signed Deer Creek Boys has been released to both radio and consumers. What Goes Up features 12 tracks of stellar music ranging from contemporary originals to traditional classics.

Deer Creek Boys Release Single "That's How A Cowgirl Says Goodbye"

Deer Creek BoysWILLIS, VA -- Mountain Fever Records is pleased to announce the first single from the newly signed Deer Creek Boys is available to radio and consumers today! "How A Cowgirl Says Goodbye" is from the band's upcoming debut album, What Goes Up, slated for release April 15th.

Deer Creek Boys Join Mountain Fever Records

Deer Creek BoysWhile attending SPBGMA in Nashville last week, Mountain Fever Records had the great pleasure of signing the Deer Creek Boys to their roster! This great band formed in 1999 when two brothers and a childhood friend starting picking and writing together in Amherst County, Virginia. But the past few years have seen them inactive with original members Justin Tomlin spending a few years playing guitar for Nothin Fancy, and his brother Jason on bass with Junior Sisk.

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