Lead Vox, Guitar
Ziggy's music is a culmination of country, roots, folk, blues & rock. Bringing to life the experiences of a well-seasoned musician and a gift for entertaining audiences young and old. Ziggy Moonshine has the voice of a mature soul and the charm of a modern-day poet. A tested veteran of the stage, Ziggy has burned up the trail with his larger than life persona. Opening for such acts as Cross Canadian Ragweed, Randy Rogers, Brandon Rhyder, John Evans, Stoney Larue, Walt Wilkins and Bruce Robinson, just to name a few. As a songwriter, Ziggy paints the picture of very real situations, in a time in history where the voice of the people want to be heard. Songs like "Wiskey lies..." and "Other Side of the Moon" tap into his own life experiences of staring at the bottom of the bottle to wrecked relationships. His lyrics remove the walls that hide the truth and give the listener a remarkable gratitude of life itself. With a new CD titled "Other Side of the Moon", Ziggy Moonshine will surely turn up the heat and bring something brand new to a sour music business.
Larry McCoy is a skilled drummer who started off in north Alabama at 10 years old banging on coffee cans with coat hangers. Many years later he attended Midland College on a music scholarship and then Texas Tech University at Lubbock. His background includes country, blues, jazz, rock, symphony orchestra, and musical theater. Larry came to West Texas in 1981 and immediately became a born again Texan who now resides in Magnolia.
Chris "Word" Gill
Chris "Word!" Gill is a native Houstonian. He picked up the music bug at age twelve and began learning to play Led Zeppelin tunes on his father's old guitar. Chris is the bass man of the Bootleggers. "Word" is himself, a very versatile guitar player. He also plays mandolin and even picks a little banjo.