Miranda Lambert played the second of two nights at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater on Wednesday night, bringing the U.S. portion of the Highway Vagabond tour to a finish for the moment while she heads overseas. Fellow Texas singer-songwriters Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers were on the bill supporting her, and the trio reconvened during Lambert's set to perform a sterling cover of Merle Haggard's "Sing Me Back Home."
During Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen's #HMBWT set on Wednesday July 25th at House of Blues Dallas, professional golfer and most recent The British Open winner Jordan Spieth joined the duo on stage to share a drink out of his coveted claret jug trophy. For the full story check out Nash Country Daily.
Country music best friends don't get much better than Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers. Nearly inseparable in recent years, the pair have toured and even released a duets album together, 2015's Hold My Beer, Vol. 1. The two Texans are always game to tackle a Lone Star standard, which is just what they do in the latest video from Austin native Bruce Robison's The Next Waltz series, in which they cover Guy Clark's classic "Rita Ballou."
Watch as the two perform the song together on RollingStone.com.
Randy Rogers Band is teaming up with San Antonio Y100 to host their ninth annual Golf Jam on September 18th 2017.
Following the golf tournament at River Crossing Club, this year’s concert will kick off at 7:30 p.m. CT and will feature Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Bruce Robison and Jim Beavers.
This year the funds will be donated directly to Health Alliance for Austin Musician (HAAM) For more information on HAAM check out http://www.rrbgolf.com/charity.
For registration and ticket inquires click here http://www.rrbgolf.com/tickets-registration/
There's a reason they've gone Top 10 on the Billboard country album charts with five consecutive releases despite never having enjoyed the kind of airplay that could lead to higher placement on the Country Thunder bill, although it could be argued that these heavy-touring Texans are a bit too rooted in tradition for that kind of airplay anyway. And Rogers seems to take great pride in that reality. "Everything you hear right now on stage is being done by one of us onstage," he said at one point, with a smile. "That's all I'm sayin'."