Roger Clyne & Peacemakers set holiday concert at Talking Stick Resort

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have announced its AZ Highways Tour presented by Roger Clyne’s own award winning Mexican Moonshine Tequila and Four Peaks Brewing Co.

The seven-stop tour takes RCPM live around Arizona leading up to the band’s special holiday concerts at Scottsdale’s Talking Stick Resort Dec. 26 and 27.


Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have drawn inspiration from Arizona and the Southwest for more than 15 years with more than a dozen independently released studio and live albums in their catalogue.

The band’s most recent release, The Independent, debuted at No. 7 on the iTunes Rock Chart. Following its release the band toured The Independent across the country and journeyed down to Puerto Penasco, Mexico, to perform at Clyne’s acclaimed self-produced annual music festival, Circus Mexicus.

Each venue on the AZ Highways Tour will feature Four Peaks beer as well as signature cocktails of Roger Clyne’s own brand of ultra-smooth premium sipping tequila, Mexican Moonshine Tequila. The line of tequila draws its name from one of RCPM’s songs, “Mexican Moonshine” off of the critically acclaimed CD ¡Americano!

The Mexican Moonshine brand features three award-winning marques, the Silver, Reposado, and the new Añejo. The Añejo was awarded a gold medal at the 2014 San Francisco World Spirits Competition for its harmonious blend of agave, tobacco and hints of vanilla.

Four Peaks Brewing Co. has gained national recognition for its craft beer, and was just named “America’s Favorite Craft Brewery” by the Travel Channel. “We’re proud to help bring great Arizona craft beer and great Arizona rock together,” said Greg Ross of Four Peaks Brewing.

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