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Wheeler Walker Jr. Says What We’re All Thinking In “Fuck This Job” Video

“Fuck This Job” is the latest cut off the outlaw country rock rebel’s forthcoming album, Ram, out September 15.

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Rock rebel Wheeler Walker Jr. has shared a brand new video for his soon-to-be hit, “Fuck This Job.”

Following the videos for singles “Money ‘N’ Bitches” and “Dumptruck,” “Fuck This Job” is the latest cut off the outlaw journeyman’s forthcoming album, Ram, set for release on September 15, 2023.

Ram is Ol’ Wheeler’s boldest effort yet — a hard charging hurricane of a rock album that’s every bit as pummeling, raunchy and riotous as his best work to date. “It’s pretty intense,” Wheeler says of the 10-track, Dave Cobb-produced LP full of ass-kicking anthems with titles including “Born to Fuck,” “Fuck This Job” and “Fingerblast.” The album is the follow-up to last year’s Sex, Drugs & Country Music.

The Spread Eagle Tour begins September 20 in Sioux Falls, SD at The District before moving on to hit venues in cities such as Philadelphia, Cleveland, Denver, a date at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on October 18, and many others, and will conclude with a performance at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN on November 18.

Ram track list:

01. Born To Fuck
02. Money ‘N’ Bitches
03. Dumptruck
04. Sniffer’s Row
05. Skanks For Nothin’
06. Puddin’
07. Fingerblast
08. Fuck This Job
09. Who The Fuck
10. Credit Card

Wheeler Walker Jr. “Spread Eagle” tour dates:

09/20 – Sioux Falls, SD at The District
09/22 – Rosemont, IL at Joe’s
09/23 – Marietta, OH at The Adelphia Music Hall
09/24 – Asheville, NC at Salvage Station
09/26 – Columbia, SC at The Senate
09/28 – Winston-Salem, NC at The Ramkat
09/29 – Charles Town, WV at Hollywood Casino
09/30 – Waterloo, NY at Del Lago Casino
10/03 – Manchester, NH at The Goat
10/04 – Hampton Beach, NH at Wally’s Pub
10/05 – Philadelphia, PA at Brooklyn Bowl
10/06 – Cleveland, OH at House Of Blues
10/08 – New York, NY at Irving Plaza
10/11 – Indianapolis, IN at The Vogue
10/12 – Columbus, OH at The Bluestone
10/13 – Milwaukee, WI at The Rave
10/14 – Cincinnati, OH at Bogart’s
10/18 – Nashville, TN at The Ryman Auditorium
10/26 – East Moline, IL at The Rust Belt
10/27 – Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue
10/28 – Omaha, NE at The Admiral
10/29 – Kansas City, MO at Uptown Theater
10/31 – Denver, CO at Ogden Theatre
11/02 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex
11/03 – Garden City, ID at Revolution Concert House
11/04 – Tacoma, WA at Temple Theater
11/05 – Portland, OR at Roseland Theater
11/07 – Monterey, CA at Golden State Theatre
11/08 – San Luis Obispo, CA at Fremont Theater
11/10 – Del Mar, CA at The Sound
11/11 – Tucson, AZ at Rialto Theatre
11/12 – Albuquerque, NM at Revel
11/14 – Austin, TX at ACL Live at Moody Theater
11/16 – Houston, TX at White Oak
11/17 – Fort Worth, TX at Tannahill Tavern & Music Hall
11/18 – Memphis, TN at Minglewood Hall





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