September Moon will be opening for country music legend Neil McCoy at Arlington Music Hall on February 1, 2020. The five-piece band is a local favorite, and called the invite an “honor” and shared that band members were “beyond excited.” The band will be playing on the venue’s main stage at 7:00pm.
Country-Rock-Americana band September Moon paid homage to the Arlington, Texas, music community on January 23rd. The band supported the local music scene in the “Our Town, Our House” showcase, which featured acts from a variety of genres, including Artemis Funk and Adam Marie. Organizers hope that this will be one of many future dates in which the city’s musical and artistic talents can be made accessible to the public.
The fans have been asking…and September Moon delivered. In preparation for a full 2020 schedule, the band debuted a variety of new merchandise at their December 14th show at Truth Vinyl in Arlington, Texas. Followers can stop by the merch table at upcoming shows to pick up t-shirts, hats, koozies, and even limited-edition signed prints.
September Moon has been named as one of the bands competing in this year’s Ranch Factor. This “Battle of the Bands” tournament, hosted by 95.9 The Ranch, will be held at Railhead Smokehouse in Willow Park every Tuesday night. September Moon will have their first shot at being “the next big thing in Texas Music” on August 13.
Filming for the music video of September Moon’s single Abilene continued today in Blum, Texas. The band is working with Pete Miller Music and Jagg Pette Media, both based out of Dallas-Fort Worth. Fans were invited to star as “extras” last week in a live shoot at the Thirsty Armadillo in the Fort Worth Stockyards. The video is expected to debut at the beginning of June.