Powder Mill to play “Rock the Spectrum” in Branson on September 5, 2014 to benefit Generation Rescue
The 3rd annual “Rock the Spectrum” event presented by Branson’s Nantucket will be held on Friday, September 5, 2014 at The Branson Landing. All monies raised will go to directly help families affected by autism in Branson, Missouri and surrounding areas. This show is FREE and open to the public. Powder Mill is proud to perform and be a part of such a worthwhile, notable event. More info here.
Sold out Ozark Mountain Daredevils show August 9, 2014 broadcast live in Springfield park
Thanks to the Daredevils and the City of Springfield, the entire concert will be shown at Park Central Square live on a 16×30 ft screen, free to the public! So bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the Rte 66 Concert on Rte 66. Powder Mill kicks off the show at 7:00 pm. More info here.
New music video, “Knockdown Dragout Love,” released February 14, 2014
Shot on location in the band’s beloved hometown of Van Buren, MO in Carter County’s Ozark foothills, the video highlights the often raucously comedic and equally stormy relationship of an imperfect but passionate couple who quite simply can’t live with or without each other. Watch on PowderMillTV.
“Land Of The Free” in stores and online September 11, 2013
Powder Mill is proud to announce the release on 9/11 of “Land Of The Free,” the 5th album to be included in the Mill’s arsenal.
It features eleven original songs, most of which were tracked in early 2012 within the walls of Jim Dickinson’s legendary Zebra Ranch Studio in Coldwater, MS. Those sessions were produced by Cody Dickinson, whose diverse instrumental capabilities are featured in several songs on “Land Of The Free.”
Mississippi’s own Jimbo Mathus also made a guest appearance to lend some of his catfish music vocals to “Mississippi Showboat” which was co-written by Powder Mill’s stepdaddy Fred Friction.
The band brought the tracks home to their beloved Trumble Hill Studios in Carter County, Van Buren, MO to finish recording the album. Powder Mill’s own Jeff Chapman, along with Mark McPheeters, mixed and produced “Land Of The Free,” incorporating the distinct home-grown Ozark grit and feel that Powder Mill fans have grown accustomed to.