Even though JB and the Moonshine Band are on the brink of making it to the "big time" of country music, these home town boys will always remember where they came from. That so happens to be right here in East Texas. And if you keep an eye out, you never know where you might catch one of them.

Last Saturday, while JB and the Moonshine Band was on a much deserved spring break, their drummer Gabe Guevara was hanging out at Sports Zone in Tyler. A group of students from Whitehouse High School had been singing outside when front man Tyler Dudley recognized Gabe. He asked Gabe if he would play drums with them while they covered the bands hit "Kiss Me That Way". And of course, he obliged.

The band posted a photo on their official Twitter page of the performance, citing "This band was covering "Kiss Me That Way" & asked @Gabe_JBMB to play drums! kids have some talent!" It isn't every day you get the chance to play with a member of one of the biggest bands in Texas country, and one of the fastest rising acts in all of country music. More or less be complimented by them.

It's great to see a band that will always remember where they came from. JB and the boys have been busy with tours, music video releases, being named CMT's Listen Up! Artist for this month, and prepping for their first headlining show at Billy Bob's.