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Randy Rogers returns to the Bud Light Stage for another year

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Randy Rogers returns to the Bud Light Stage for another year

Photo courtesy of Randy Rogers.

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Photo courtesy of Randy Rogers.

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Randy Rogers, a Cleburne, Texas native, is bringing back his chart topping hits to the Bud Light Stage at Larry Joe Taylor’s Texas Music Festival. Rogers and his band have been putting out hits since 2000 when they released their very first album “Live Cheatham Street Warehouse”. That album started it all for the band, they caught that momentum and never stopped.

Rogers started his music dream at a young age when we started singing in church and started writing in his teenage years. However, the Randy Rogers Band wasn’t a thing till they signed with the independent Downtown record label about 17 years ago and made their home base San Marcos, Texas.

“17 years ago we got together as a band. We were all in separate bands at the time and I got all the guys over at my place and then decided let’s do this,” Rogers said.

The band put out their live album in 2000 and followed it with their first studio album “Like It Used to Be” in 2002 and continued to release chart topping albums and singles. Their albums such as “Randy Rogers Band,” “Burning the Day” and “Trouble” were in the top five for the Billboards U.S. Country chart. Their top songs on Spotify are “Kiss Me In The Dark,” “Buy Myself A Chance” and “In My Arms Instead” all reaching over 10,000 streams.

Rogers has been putting out country music for 17 years and he will never change.

“It’s just country music. There is no point in changing country music,” Rogers said.

The band has put on thousands of shows since the beginning and they play what the crowd wants.

“We always feel the need to play ‘Kiss Me In The Dark’ and In ‘My Arms Instead’,” Rogers said. “During concerts we always have fans yelling out to play ‘Tommy Jackson’ since we never really play it and now it’s kind of a running joke.”

Touring is one of the hardest parts about being in the music industry because you are always on the go and hardly home with family. The Randy Rogers Band, performs all over the United States and being away from home is the hardest part for Rogers.

“The hardest part of doing music is being away from our families,” Rogers said. “One of the guys in the band says ‘We play music for free, we are paid to be away from our families’.”

While the Randy Rogers Band is preparing for their LJT performance, they are also doing radio tours and record store tours for the upcoming release of their ninth studio album “Hellbent” which will feature songs such as “Comal County Line,” “Hell Bent on a Heartache” and “Drinking Money”. This album is going to be another chart topper.

Everyone don’t miss out on seeing the Randy Rogers Band tonight, April 25, at Larry Joe Taylor’s Texas Music Festival performing their new album and old hits on the Bud Light Stage.

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