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'."
From Rolling Stone Country: The hill country of central Texas is steeped in music history, but there may be no place more legendary than Floore’s Country Store. The general store, meat market and honky-tonk outside San Antonio has hosted everyone from Bob Wills to Elvis Presley to a then-unknown Willie Nelson, who once played there every Saturday.
From AOL ENTERTAINMENT: Randy Rogers just delivered an incredible version of Merle Haggard's big hit, "Misery and Gin." The Texas country phenom, who is best known for his work with the Randy Rogers Band, broke things down in his spin on the country classic, and it's every bit as amazing as you'd expect.