From March through October, The Bounty Hunters perform six nights a week for eight straight months at The Bowery, with NO breaks! In this time they master their craft both as individual musicians and more importantly … as entertainers. The Bowery is one of the most demanding venues in the country. Long hours and constant pressure to please an incredibly diverse audience have given them invaluable experience. They are more than just a juke box to provide background music for dancers; they are the focal point of the club. People visit The Bowery year after year to hear the band and be a part of The Bounty Hunters’ show. That is what The Bounty Hunters do, they put on a show, and they do it with the style and confidence of true professionals.
In the winter months when The Bowery closes down, The Bounty Hunters hit the road and take their unique magic to towns across the country. They have opened for Vince Gill, Patty Loveless, Johnny Paycheck, Lee Roy Parnell, Ricochet, The Bellamy Brothers, Steve Wariner and George Strait. They are highly sought after as an opening act because they represent what these major artists are looking for: total professionals with their own sound and the ability to bring an audience to its feet.
The future looks brighter than ever for this band from South Carolina. They have recorded several albums consisting of original music and are preparing to show the world what until now has been known only to those fortunate enough to have seen them at The Bowery, that The Bounty Hunters are a force to be reckoned with. They will surely leave their mark on country music when it is all said and done.
Take a look at some photos from previous shows.