Kevin Fowler set to release new album November 12

Kevin Fowler

Press release:
Kevin Fowler, one of Texas country’s most prolific artists, is
set to release his seventh studio album How Country Are
on November 12 via Kevin
Fowler Records/Thirty Tigers.
Teaming up with producer
Ken Tondre, How Country Are Ya? was recorded in Austin
and features fifteen original tracks, all written by Fowler except
“Mousturdonus,” an instrumental written with his bandmates. Beginning with a
special intro from Earl Dibbles, Jr (Granger Smith’s “country
boy” alter-ego), to the slap-happy “Guitars and Guns” and reflective
biographical ballad “Panhandle Poorboy,” Fowler delivers a potent, raucous
collection of music that blends together seamlessly. The infectious
title track is the debut single and will be available on iTunes September 22,
but you can check out a sneak-peak by watching the lyric video


“I feel that we've come
full circle on this album. We did this one ‘old school’…like we did the early
records “ explains Fowler. “Unlike the last few records, this one is on my own
label. I'm calling all the shots. I tried to write and record an album that I
thought our fans would dig. “
In addition to Dibbles,
Fowler enlisted a few other Texas talents including Amy Rankin (The Rankin
Twins) who contributes impressive vocals on “Before Somebody Gets Hurt,” while
the Grammy Award winning Los Texmaniacs add a dynamic bit of their Conjunto
Tejano flair on “Borracho Grande.” Boisterous vocalist Davin James lends a hand
on album closer “Chicken Wings.”
With his wanton exuberance,
Fowler is known for his high-energy live show and performs with the proficiency
of the well-seasoned musician that he is. He plans to keep his fans happy with
an extensive run of gigs throughout Texas, the Southeast and the Midwest. For
regular tour updates and news, go to
Kevin Fowler
How Country Are Ya? Track Listing
1)    Intro (feat. Earl
Dibbles Jr.)
2)    How Country Are
3)    Guitars and
4)    Before Somebody Gets
5)    The
6)    If I Could Make A
Livin’ Drinkin’
7)    Panhandle
8)    Borracho
9)    Love
10)  Habit I Can’t
11)  The Girls I Go
12)  Beer Me
14)  Whiskey and
15)  Chicken

Jake Owen is down for Larry the Cable Guy’s terrorist hunting plan

The U.S. government has spent a butt-load (understatement) of money on terrorists – hunting them down, preventing them from rising up and killing us all, training them (if you listen to the conspiracy theorists). Well according to Larry the Cable Guy, country music has the perfect weapon of mass terrorist destruction in its midst … Jake Owen.

Read More »