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Randy Rogers Band

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When a band spends the bulk of its year on the road, its members are bound to have their share of trouble and strife. But only the truly talented are able to take those trying experiences and turn them into enduring art. The Randy Rogers Band is one of those few, and theyve transformed coal into diamonds yet again on their latest album for MCA Nashville, Trouble. Teaming up for the first time with producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Cage the Elephant, The Wallflowers), the Texas five-piecevocalist/guitarist Randy Rogers, guitarist Geoffrey Hill, bassist Jon Richardson, fiddle player Brady Black, and drummer Les Lawlessdove headfirst into songs of loss, love and, above all, truth. No matter what, trouble always finds us. And that title honestly sums up the last two and a half years of making this record, says Rogers. At times it cuts deep and you can hear the pain, but its honest, its real. On the flip, we like to have a good time and you can hear that too. During that time, the band and its extended family suffered an assortment of calamities, including the untimely death of Richardsons brother. Instead of letting those events derail them, the band pulled together tighter than ever and allowed their personal experiences, pain and loss to seep into their work while hunkering down in the studio with Joyce. Getting Jay onboard pumped us up, made us work harder, and made me more creative. I think it reenergized our band, Rogers says. It was a blessing. The timing couldnt have been better. A blessing for both the group and for their passionate fan base, w ho will no doubt connect with the 11 tracks of Trouble, the bands eighth album. The band has always enjoyed critical acclaim, thanks to their signature blend of outlaw edge coupled with guy-next-door charm. This album takes that duality to the next level. The first single One More Sad Song is a heart wrenching autobiographical tale of the end of a relationship. The sorrow in the lyric is tangible and echoed by a soari
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Start:
January 17, 2019
End:
January 17, 2019
Where:
Alex Madonna Expo Center @ Madonna Inn 100 Madonna Rd San Luis Obispo, California 93405 United States
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Event Type:
Concerts & Music
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