Nothing Shines Like Neon…

September 23rd, 2015


Nashville, TN — Sept 15, 2015 — Critically acclaimed, chart topper Randy Rogers Band announces the release of their new independent studio album NOTHING SHINES LIKE NEON.  Neon is the follow up to four back-to-back iTunes chart topping albums: RANDY ROGERS BANDBURNING THE DAYTROUBLE and HOMEMADE TAMALES.

The band spent over two years touring and writing new material to bring into the studio.  When they arrived at Cedar Creek in Austin, they had a collection of seven songs written or co-written by the band, a handful of tracks written by their peers and two songs co-written by Rogers and legendary songwriter/producer Buddy Cannon.  “The band and I had a lot of fun recording at Cedar Creek in Austin. Being close to home, family and friends made the process all the more enjoyable for us. We brought Buddy Cannon on board to the produce the album and hoped Neon would build upon the traditions of the country albums we grew up listening to.  It’s country.  We’re proud of it.  We hope our fans enjoy it.”

Right from the start, the band firmly drives their stake in the ground, opening the album with the fiddle driven, Texas shuffle “San Antone.”  The album delivers one classic country song after another complete with heart on the sleeve lyrics, powerful smoky vocals, blazing fiddles and guitars.   Stand outs on the album include the beautiful, instant classic “Look Out Yonder,” a duet with Alison Krauss and a pair of aching ‘wish I could get over you’ tunes “Things I Need To Quit” and “Tequila Eyes” written from each side of the coin.  As fans expect from the Randy Rogers Band, the album delivers a dose of hell-raising including a duet with Jamey Johnson “Acting Crazy” and the devil may care “Taking It As It Comes” featuring Jerry Jeff Walker.

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September 1st, 2015


Charity and community service have always been important to the Randy Rogers Band. Much like any other artist, we receive requests for assistance from countless organizations who are dedicated to the betterment of people’s lives, either through social services or direct funding. From these requests came the idea to host an annual event specifically for the purpose of benefiting various charities.

2009 was the inaugural event held at The Bandit Golf Course in conjunction with RRB’s “For the Sake of the Song” concert (hence the name “For the Sake of the Shot”). Thanks to our dedicated fans and sponsors, the event generated more than $50,000 for the benefitting charity. Since then, “For Sake of the Shot” has raised more than $300,000 for various charities across the state of Texas.

This year will be the second tournament held at the beautiful River Crossing Golf Club in Spring Branch, TX. Because of our proximity to San Antonio and our great relationship with Y100, we are joining forces in hopes of spreading awareness and generating even more assistance for this year’s charity organization the Seton Foundation. To learn more about the Seton Foundation, follow this link.

We hope to continue this Tournament for many years to come. Randy Rogers Band recognizes the importance of community and sees this as a great opportunity to support the institutions that have given so much to friends and family in need.