It wasn't long ago Cody, Cody, John, Jeff and Gary of Whiskey Myers were playing to sparse crowds anywhere they could plug in, in and around Tyler. Now it's a critically acclaimed album, Rock 'n Roll cruises, chart topping singles, and a blossoming national fan base. This week the guys went home, to play before a capacity crowd at Cowboy's in Tyler. But not before their episode of Concrete Country premiered on CMT.

If you missed the concert, you're out of luck. But if you only missed their Concrete Country premiere -- we've got that below. The show was filmed at Stanley's Famous Pit Bar-B-Que, a local joint known for ribs and great live music.

"Tyler's real close to home, we've lived for 7-8 years now," says lead singer Cody Cannon. "Stanley's is the first place we ever played in Tyler, and it was not near this big back then, but it was a packed patio. It was a really cool experience."

Watch footage that didn't air, right here.

Set your DVR, coming the next two months to CMT's Concrete Country: Stoney LaRue, Casey Donahew, The Dirty River Boys and Turnpike Troubadours. Be on the lookout Whiskey Myers' third studio album "Early Morning Shakes," hits stores and iTunes this Fall.

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