The Buffalo Ruckus are “raising a ruckus” with their current single “Hills and Valleys” and their sophomore album, Peace & Cornbread.

“Hills and Valleys” is rapidly climbing the Texas/Red Dirt music charts, where it’s presently at #43 on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR), and has just entered the Top 40 of the CDX TRACTion Texas chart at #39. Meanwhile, Peace & Cornbread is steadily making strong inroads on the AMA Chart (Americana), where it’s moving toward the Top 100, reaching #111 this week.

The single and album expand on the growing popularity of the band, not only among fans, but with tastemakers within the Texas/Red Dirt and Americana genres. The group and their music have not only drawn praise from The Alternate Root and Texas Homegrown Radio, but also Katie Key of KKey Marketing, the Denton Record Chronicle, Katie Dixon of KFYN Radio, Twang Nation and Americana Boogie, among others.

The band’s touring schedule is also expanding into new areas, including an upcoming show opening for one of their longtime idols, Ray Wylie Hubbard, at the legendary Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, TX. Hubbard recently Tweeted about the band saying “I dig what you guys are laying down.” It’s high praise indeed from one of the true pioneers of the modern-day Texas music movement.

Peace & Cornbread was produced by Jonathan Tyler and is available at iTunes, Amazon, and other digital retailers.

The Buffalo Ruckus features Jason Lovell on vocals, guitar and harmonica; Brad Haefner on guitar and mandolin; Michael Burgess on bass; Sevans Hendersonon keyboards and Jerrod Ford on percussion.