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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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Burning The Day CD review - Burning The Day
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Concert Review: Lambert refuses to rest on laurels – Watching this stop on Miranda Lambert's "Livin' Like Hippies Tour," one is struck by just how many great songs the country singer/songwriter already has in her repertoire. With most artists, it's relatively easy to guess which song a performer will choose to close a show. But Lambert has so many winners to pick from, many... »»»
Concert Review: DBT rocks on – Drive-By Truckers still sometimes get miscategorized as alt.-country, but who's kidding whom? With three electric guitarists upfront exchanging hard rock licks all night, this is a blistering Southern rock band. Hitting the stage just before 10, the band played a satisfying 2-hour-plus set. At 11:40, Patterson Hood announced the band would be... »»»
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