The Official Music Video For Randy Rogers Band New Single, “Fuzzy.” Below is the official music video for Randy Rogers Band‘s current single, “Fuzzy.” The song comes from the band’s latest album Trouble. The video is pretty funny as it takes you through a night of partying that is, well…Fuzzy. Check out the track listing for Trouble below, then watch “Fuzzy.” Trouble Track Listing: 1. Goodbye Lonely 2. Fuzzy 3. Speak of the Devil 4. Flash Flood 5. Trouble Knows My Name (feat. Willie Nelson) 6. One More Sad Song 7. If I Had Another Heart 8. Don’t Deserve You 9. Had To Give That Up 10. Shotgun 11. Never Got Around To That
Texas Artists Come Together To Help The Community Of West, After The Recent Tragedy. After the explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, the Texas Thunder festival organizers and the musicians scheduled to attend, have decided to support the West community. The Texas Thunder music festival will be May 17-19 in Gardendale, Texas. The Randy Rogers Band, Aaron Watson, Charlie Robison, Wade Bowen, Casey Donahew Band, Josh Abbott Band, Stoney LaRue and many more will perform and raise funds for those affected in the tragic explosion last Wednesday. “For 13 years now our band has been traveling I-35 and stopping in West, TX along the way to sample the good food,” said Randy Rogers. “It’s become a staple on our tour. Now it’s time for us to give back.” Texas Thunder presents an all-star, all-Texas line-up, with both musicians and fans coming together to help bring support to those who need it most. Weekend passes are available for a discounted price of $65 with camping starting at $110. A very limited number of single-day tickets are available for $35. “We are disheartened by the tragedy in West, Texas. Texans are passionate about their communities and upon hearing of this tragedy, the Texas music community reached out to lend a helping hand,” says event organizer Brian Andrews. “100% of net proceeds from the Texas Thunder music festival will benefit the schools and first-responders of West, Texas.” Texas Thunder tickets are now available for purchase at Graham Central Station in Odessa, Rockin’ Rodeo Midland and Arriba Midland. For more information or to purchase tickets and camping, please visit www.texasthunderfest.com or call (855) 362-0535.
Wade Bowen Makes His Way To Fort Smith, Ark. Last Thursday (April 4) Wade Bowen made a stop at the Longhorn Saloon in Fort Smith, Ark. Being so close, I obviously made a little trip down I 540 to catch his show. The night began with Hellcat Susie and their high-energy set. I had never seen these boys before, but I was impressed. The mixture of songs was money, with classics and some of their originals thrown in. They announced that their new album would be available soon and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. When it was time for Bowen to take the stage, everyone was pumped and ready to listen. He played music from his album The Given that was released last spring (“A Battle Won,” “Say Anything,” “Before These Walls,” “Saturday Night” and more) and some of his earlier hits. Although I enjoyed the show as a whole, my favorite moments were when Bowen played “Mood Ring” and his version of “Please Come To Boston.” Looking ahead, Bowen will be playing Red Rocks Amphitheater May 26 with Randy Rogers Band, Stoney LaRue and Casey Donahew Band. More dates for the annual “Hold My Beer & Watch This” tour with Randy Rogers are in the process of being confirmed. The annual “Bowen Classic” will be June 2 and 3 in Waco, Texas, with all proceeds going to “The Bowen Family Foundation.” On top of his busy schedule, Bowen is getting ready to start on a new album! So y’all catch a show near you and keep your ears open for talk about new music!
The Festival That Starts Off The Year! Music Fest started on Saturday, Jan 5 and ends tomorrow, Jan 10. The festival is held at the Steamboat ski resort in Colorado and is a week of skiing and music. In its 28th year, the festival is currently going with plenty of Texas and Americana acts hitting the stage, over 40! Among the performers are Adam Hood, Randy Rogers Band, Cody Canada & the Departed, Kyle Park, Kristen Kelly, Roger Creager, Cory Morrow, Whiskey Myers, Will Hoge, Jason Eady and more! Here is a look back at Music Fest 2012! Hope you enjoy and maybe it will get you thinking about going to Music Fest 2014!