The Moonrocks Have Landed!

Western Space Grunge has arrived

Since releasing their first single in 2021, Dexter and the Moonrocks have skyrocketed and taken over the internet and social media.

This four-piece band consists of James Tuffs on vocals, Ryan Anderson on lead guitar, Ty Anderson on bass, and Fox on drums. The Texas natives had different backgrounds— a concrete surface decorator, a fry cook, a roughneck on an oil rig, and a baseball coach— but they came together fusing their influences and creating their own sound.

Whether you call it “Sad Cowboy Music,” “Yallternative,” or “Western Space Grunge,” the Moonrocks have landed and they are not done yet!

Rural Lifestyle & Entertainment Shows
Dailey & Vincent are BACK ON RFD-TV for another great season, brought to you by Gus Arrendale & Springer Mountain Farms. Join them as they welcome scores of fabulous bluegrass, country, and gospel music acts as special guests!
Join popular polka performer Mollie Busta as she hosts the weekly “Mollie B Polka Party” on RFD-TV! The one-hour program features the nation’s top polka bands and a wide variety of ethnic styles produced on location at music festivals from around the country.
RFD-TV’s newest music series, “On the Record,” presented by John Deere, takes viewers on a journey through the heart of country music. Hosted by renowned broadcaster, Suzanne Alexander, the show features long-form interviews with today’s biggest artists and the veterans who inspired them. “On the Record” also gives viewers a front row seat to intimate performances and exclusive music video releases, highlighting the broad scope of Nashville’s talent.
Starring award-winning artist Perley Curtis, anyone who enjoys the classic sound of real Country music will love “Perley’s Place.” Filmed live at the iconic Nashville Palace, near Opryland in Nashville, TN, with a live audience, it’s one classic County hit after another.
RFD-TV has proudly hosted the music program, “The Penny Gilley Show” for over 15 years now. Starring “The Sweetheart of Country Music” herself, Penny Gilley.