You'd think after nearly a decade of doin' their very successful annual Hold My Beer and Watch This Tours, they'd have done this already, but they haven't. Not only did Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers record several #HMBWT shows this year to put out a live album, they had so much fun in the studio working on that, they are going to put a-whole-nother studio album, together.
What's better than a greatest hits type-a album? A live album that has all your favorite bands greatest songs, plus brand new great ones! Enter "Homemade Tamales: Live at Floore's," from the Randy Rogers Band.
It's Valentine's Day, today. So, whether it's the day you decide to finally ask that special someone out, drop that initial "L bomb," pop the question, or go get wings and beers with friends, today is special
After two weeks at No.1 Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" slips to No.4, opening the door for any of 'em, William Clark Green, Granger Smith, Cody Johnson or Casey Donahew to land the biggest song of the week
Last week Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" became the very first No.1 song in Texas for 2014. This week he looks to still be the only person with a No.1 single in the new year. Can he hold off William Clark Green, Granger Smith and Casey Donahew? Who lands the top spot in Texas? Let’s find out.
Letterman, or someone on his staff, has an apparent fondness for alternative-country, and this is good. Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jason Isbell, Dale Watson and Randy Rogers Band have all recently taken their talents to Late Night.
Seems like most everyone is bashing country music these days, and there's reason to. I heard some legitimate reasons Why Country Music was Awful in 2013. And while calling people out for singing crappy songs serves a purpose, and may even serve to correct the ship -- you gotta admit, it's hard to argue how bad a song is, when people download it like crack.
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