Tuesday, September 10, 2013


I've been promoting No Justice for a couple of years. Really sorry to see this group come to an end.

If you don't know who I'm talking about, No Justice, based out of Stillwater OK, have represented Red Dirt music with pride for twelve years. On Friday, September 6th, the band released the following statement:

“It has been 12 years since the creation of No Justice. Throughout this time we have shared music, laughter, tears and our hearts with each other. It has been an amazing and life changing ride that very few get to experience and we couldn't have asked for better people to share it with. On October 31, 2013 the band will be taking a hiatus from touring and recording, so that each individual can pursue separate endeavors. While some will continue to play music, others will take a different avenue. We want to thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for your dedication to our lifelong dream and for allowing us to pour our hearts out on the stage every night in venues across the world. We can't begin to tell you how much your support has meant to us. During our last couple months, we would like to encourage you all to make it out to a show and experience No Justice one last time. We would love to see you again.”

No Justice cultivated a powerful brand built on unforgettable melodies, miles of solid comprehensive songwriting, and adorned with four acclaimed record releases with combined record sales topping over 100,000 units, two #1 hits and eight Top 10 singles on the Texas Music Chart. Since their first album release in 2003 (Far From Everything) through to their current album (America's Son), the band have come full circle, growing and discovering who they were as both individuals and as a collective creative team.

For now, they have personal journey's to take. As fans and an industry, we hope the red dirt road brings them back together in the future.

In the mean time, you still have plenty of DATES to catch up with them.

Country Blessings on your new adventures!

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