The Hooten Hallers bring country fried rock to the Will's Pub stage

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The sound of primal rock mixed with hillbilly soul blasts from the stage when the Hooten Hallers barrel into your town, all rockin' bones rhythms and guitar/sax/drums attack. The hard-touring trio from Missouri are known for their raucous shows and have already performed 52 gigs in 18 states since the start of this year. Formed back in 2007, the Hallers feed off classic American roots sounds. Since their inception, they have released several albums through their Big Muddy Records imprint, including Greetings From Welp City in 2012 and Chillicothe Fireball in 2014. But recordings only tell half the tale of the Hooten Hallers, so you'd be well advised not to miss this one.

with Prison Wine | 9 p.m. Monday, June 6 | Will's Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | $5-$7


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