Wade Bowen

Randy Joins Kip Moore and Wade Bowen for Limited "Tall Tales and the Truth Tour"

Kip Moore, Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen will hit the road together for a limited run this December as part of a special solo acoustic stint dubbed "Tall Tales and the Truth Tour." The songwriters will take the stage together each night, performing and sharing the intimate stories behind their songs, for a one-of-a-kind experience. Kicking off in Denver, CO on Thurs., Dec. 7, they will stop in Lincoln, NE (12.8), Washington D.C. (12.13) and wrap in New York City on Thurs., Dec. 14.

"This is something Randy and I have been cooking up for a while," says Moore. "We've always had a great camaraderie, and a similar mantra, and so we thought it might be a cool way to share our stories in a more intimate setting with our fans. We did a show with Wade and mentioned the idea and then it all fell into place."

"This tour with Kip is long overdue," says Rogers. "We were label mates for years and have been talking about doing a tour together for a while. Adding lil' buddy Wade Bowen to the mix just seemed like a natural fit. Guaranteed good times -- both on stage and off."

Tickets will go on sale this Fri., Oct. 27.

Randy and Wade Cover Merle Haggard with Miranda Lambert

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."

Click here to check it out on RollingStone.com!

Watch Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers Cover Guy Clark's 'Rita Ballou'

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.