Kickstand Productions Presents
Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, The Black Moods
This is a thing. This band has fans who travel all over the U.S., sing all the words to every song at live shows and raise a glass of the band’s tequila, all as Peacemakers, the cult-like fanbase of Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.
Dubbed the “Springsteen of the Southwest” by the Asbury Park Press, Roger Clyne and his guitar have toured around the world over his 20-year career, starting with The Refreshments. The seminal Tempe, Arizona band made big waves in the '90s both on college and alternative rock radio as well as MTV with the songs "Banditos" (with the infamous chorus, "Everybody knows that the world is full of stupid people") and "Down Together" as well as writing the theme for TV's “King of the Hill.”
Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers' latest release, The Independent, raises a metaphorical glass to the road less traveled. The band’s annual music festival in Rocky Point, Mexico, called Circus Mexicus, is a testament to their growing fan base. What began as a rooftop show thrown together with extension cords and wooden pallets more than a decade ago has blossomed into a pilgrimage that draws thousands of fans to the once sleepy fishing village. In 2014, fans from 43 states and 7 countries represented at Circus Mexicus.
Clyne not only sings about life in the border-lands, he also produces his own private label top shelf tequila called Mexican Moonshine. From Gold medals in the San Francisco World Spirits Competition to Gold Ribbons from Tequila Aficionado’s Brands of Promise, accolades have been rolling in. And a bottle of Mexican Moonshine Tequila made a well received "guest appearance" on the Rachel Ray Show in 2014.
So, this is a thing; rock, tequila and fun…that’s the Peacemaker experience