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Rogers plans '17 dates in east

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 – The Randy Rogers Band announced today an East Coast run this winter with stops in Washington and New York. Rogers will also play an acoustic show at the Black Tie and Boots 2017 Presidential Inaugural Ball in January.

The group is currently working on new music for 2017. Rogers has plans to return to the studio in January to record another with fellow Texan Wade Bowen. The pair released a live album earlier this year.

Tour dates are:
Dec. 21 - Greek Bros. Oyster Bar & Grill - El Campo, TX*
Dec. 22 - Dos Amigos - Odessa, TX*
Dec. 30 - Southern Junction - Royse City, TX*
Jan. 6 - Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel - Deadwood, SD
Jan. 7 - Grizzly Rose - Denver, CO
Jan. 8-9 - Musicfest - Steamboat Springs, CO
Jan 13 - Big Texas Dance Hall & Saloon - Webster, TX*
Jan. 14 - Wormy Dog Saloon - Oklahoma City, OK*
Jan. 19 - Gaylord National Resort - Oxon Hill, MD*
Jan. 20 - Lone Star Saloon - Uvalde, TX
Jan. 21 - J.K. Northway Coliseum - Kingsville, TX
Feb. 3 - Choctaw Grand Theater - Durant, OK
Feb. 9 - Revolution Music Room - Little Rock, AR
Feb. 10 - Ballpark Village - St. Louis, MO
Feb. 11 - Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa, OK
Feb. 16 - Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, NE
Feb. 17 - Joe's Live - Rosemont, IL
Feb. 18 - The Blue Note - Columbia, MO
Feb. 24 - Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO
Feb. 25 - The Cotillion Ballroom - Wichita, KS
Mar. 1 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA
Mar. 2 - Mohegan Sun - Wolf Den - Uncasville, CT
Mar. 3 - 9:30 Club - Washington DC
Mar. 4 - Terminal 5 - New York, NY
Mar. 17 - Travis County Expo Center - Austin, TX
Mar. 24 - Hurricane Harry's - College Station, TX
Apr. 28 - Stagecoach Festival - Indio, CA
* acoustic

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Nothing Shines Like Neon CD review - Nothing Shines Like Neon
Randy Rogers Band's latest album cover provides insight into the music contained within. The brightly lit neon sign is a familiar sight to those who frequent honky tonks and smoky barrooms. The Texas country band plays music that is designed specifically for these locations and crowds within. Almost every song on this album has alcohol as one of the main characters. Fresh on the heels of Rogers' excellent twang filled collaboration with Wade Bowen, he returns with his full band with a »»»
Trouble
With "Trouble" the Randy Rogers Band seems to be attempting to straddle the line between hard-edged Texas alternative country and slick Nashville mainstream. Rogers is at his best when he sticks to alt.-country, as with the rocker Fuzzy in which he vaguely recalls the alcohol influenced events from the previous evening ("Who the hell is Heather/And when were we together/Cause I've got every letter of her name on my chest"). Similarly the bluesy Shotgun »»»
Burning The Day CD review - Burning The Day
An improvement over their previous, self-titled album, the Randy Rogers Band sounds like the weary Texas country band they were always meant to be. Produced by Paul Worley, this is a fairly straightforward collection of songs that, while not quite reaching the heights his classic "RollerCoaster," reached back in the mid-2000's, show RRB at a more mature, thoughtful place in their esteemed career. Opener Interstate recalls some of the breezier, alt.-country stuff they're known for. »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Pistol Annies hit the targets – Pistol Annies, the all-star trio comprised of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, made the last stop of its short tour a downtown Los Angeles date. This was the last show, that is, until after the pregnant Presley gives birth to her child. Traveling in support of the act's third album "Interstate Gospel," these talented... »»»
Concert Review: Williams brings the joy back – It's not as if Lucinda Williams has been idle. Far from it this year, but 20 years on, Williams decided to trot out her masterpiece "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" as the centerpiece of her tour. Music and artist have held up exceedingly well. Williams had always been a well thought of performer, although she was not too big when it came... »»»
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