facts drugs

Lower 40



We are a group of guys from assorted rural areas of Oklahoma. we have been forging a brotherhood and an identity. Our passion is our music; home, our family, friends, and the experiences we had growing up in America’s heartland. We feel that everyone should have the opportunity to know the beauty of an Oklahoma life; and that our best way to share this is through our music. With a combined 81 years of experience playing music, and having performed over 400 shows in the last two years, we feel confident in our ability to share our passion with the world. We hope you enjoy our sound We’re here to remind you how it felt to park your first truck by the river on the first day of senior summer We’re here to help you remember that first beer you drank; the one you and your buddy talked his cousin into buying for you. We’re here to take you back to friday night football, to sunday morning service, to that place where life was easy and time marched to the beat of bare feet and broken bottles. And just in case you’re one of those people who was so busy lookin ahead that you missed the good times; We’ve got good news; The party ain’t over because we’re the lower 40 and we’re here

Lower 40, signed to Land Run Records, is one of the South West’s fastest rising bands. Developed by multi-grammy award winning producer, Jack Joseph Puig J.J.P. (Green Day, Black Eye Pees, U2, Sheryl Crow, Beck, Rolling Stones, Goo Goo Dolls, John Mayer, Lady GaGa, No Doubt and Keith Urban.) Lower 40 shares their new age country with a little bit of Southern Rock.

The band’s original music, lyrics, tight harmonies and entertaining style make Lower 40 a fan favorite. Lower 40’s strong work ethic helped them to perform over 300 times in 2011/2012 with no signs of slowing down and fan appreciation has led to opening directly for Sammy Hagar, Scotty McCreery, Joe Nichols, Gretchen Wilson, James Otto, Tracey Lawrence, Wade Bowen, Stoney Larue, and Johnny Lee to name a few. This garnered them a vote of confidence from Nashville as one of the CMA’s “Who New to Watch”.

Their first single “Call Me Crazy” hits radio September 2013 followed-up by their freshman album “Lower 40” dropping February 2014.