JB And The Moonshine Band have caused quite a stir with their current single "Shotgun, Rifle and a .45," which touches on the right to bear arms and standing up for those rights:

"They told us nobody would play it because of its controversial topic," JB recounts on the band's Instagram. It's "about more than just the 2nd Amendment. It's about the need for us to worry less about pop culture, and more about the state of our nation."

The band partnered with Remington on this music video to spread their message and encourage Americans to stand up for their rights. Click here to learn more about their message.

This Saturday, Sept. 26th, JB and the boys return home to Tyler, TX for their annual performance at the East Texas State Fair.


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