Bullhaulers Band

Bullhaulers Added to Urich Bike Festival Line-Up

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Attention all Urich Bikefest enthusiasts! We’re turning the volume up with an electrifying announcement. The Bullhaulers have been added to our music ensemble for the Saturday line-up!

The Bullhaulers

The band’s webpage provides more information about the music and stylings of The Bullhaulers:

“Combining traditional and outlaw country with southern rock, The Bullhaulers is a hard-hitting honky tonk band from Kansas City formed in 2008 by Justin Schoening (lead vocals and guitar), Joel Martin (lead guitar), and Russell Edgar (bass). Bill Larson (drums) joined the band in 2009, and Jason Meyerkorth (fiddle) joined in 2011 to complete the current line-up.

“Influenced by country artists like Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard & Charlie Daniels and rock artists such as Bob Seger and the Marshall Tucker band, the group has played honky tonks, fairs, and festivals throughout the Midwest, sharing the stage with national acts such as Turnpike Troubadours, Billy Joe Shaver, Chris Knight, Whitey Morgan, and many others.”

The Bullhaulers will deliver an experience that will resonate with every festival-goer, ensuring the day is filled with rhythm, energy, and unforgettable memories.

With The Bullhaulers joining our music lineup, the Urich Bikefest music festival is nearing its peak. Our varied line-up ensures something for everyone, whether you’re into rock, blues, soul, or indie.

But that’s not all – we’re still finessing the final details of our musical showcase. A few more announcements are on the horizon, so keep those ears perked and check back often for event and band updates!

For those who come for the love of bikes and stay for the love of music, this year’s Urich Bikefest is shaping up to be a sensation. Music and bikes – does it get any better? Don’t ride? No worries, come out for the music Friday and Saturday evenings! Stay tuned for the final band announcements. Gear up, let loose, and make this Bikefest one for the books!

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