Bellamy Brothers Kick Off Tour With Blake Shelton & Release New Album

An audience of more than 15,000 fans roared into applause when the Bellamy Brothers commanded an arena during the opening night of Blake Shelton’s “Friends & Heroes 2019” tour at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. They ascended onto stage by an elevator lift as they strummed into their iconic hits “Let Your Love Flow” and “Redneck Girl” before they joined Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins and John Anderson on stage to perform “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)” during a stripped-down guitar pull.

The successful opening night of the arena tour coincides with the release of the Bellamy Brothers’ new studio album, “Over The Moon”, available today.  Between filming season two of “Honky Tonk Ranch,” they found time to record fourteen all-new tracks for “Over The Moon”, produced by David and Howard Bellamy along with Randy Hiebert, and recorded at Bellamy Brothers Studio in Darby, Florida.

The first single released from “Over The Moon”, “If You Ever Leave,” landed national attention with a premiere of the song’s video on Billboard.

This weekend, the Bellamy Brothers will celebrate their album release with an in-depth interview on SiriusXM Prime Country Ch. 58 with Mike Terry.

SiriusXM Prime Country Ch. 58
Saturday, Feb. 16 11pm EST
Sunday, Feb. 16 11am EST

The nonstop duo is also celebrating the second season of their hit reality show, “Honky Tonk Ranch,” airing Sunday nights on the The Cowboy Channel (8:30ET/7:30CT). “Honky Tonk Ranch” remains the highest rated show on The Cowboy Channel network as well as the most requested streaming show through Rural Media Group in 66 countries through the on-demand service of The Country Club, available worldwide at

Fans who purchase three months of RFD-TV’s The Country Club, at $10 a month, receive a fourth month free by entering the code: HonkyTonk.

1. If You Ever Leave
2. Over The Moon
3. Dream The Dream
4. Wings To Soar
5. Redneck Rockstar
6. Mr. Wrong
7. My Body Fell Apart
8. Every Beauty Needs A Beast
9. All Kinds Of Wonderful
10. Old Dixie Highway
11. Rock N Roll Soul
12. Monkey In The Kitchen
13. Heart Of My Heart
14. Gambler’s Heart

For a complete list of tour dates and to keep up with this on-the-move-duo, you can follow the Bellamy Brothers on TwitterFacebookInstagram or visit


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