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Kevin Fowler

Country-pop may have ruled the charts, but Kevin Fowler established himself impressively throughout Texas by making modest honky tonk-style country for regular folks. Raised in the West Texas town of Amarillo, the guitarist began his musical career on both drums and piano. He left Texas at age 20 for the bright lights of Los Angeles, where he studied music at the Guitar Institute of Technology. He returned to Texas soon after and settled in Austin, where he joined the hard rock band Dangerous Toys. Following this eye-opening stint, Fowler started his own Southern hard rock band, Thunderfoot. He soon came to the realization, however, that he couldn't shake his West Texas roots and gave up hard rock for country, the style of music he grew up with.

Fowler put together a country band in 1998 and began playing Tuesday nights at Babe's on Sixth Street in Austin. Within two years, he'd begun recording albums and struck it big with his self-released Beer, Bait and Ammo (2000). The album sold around 30,000 copies in the Texas area and garnered an impressive amount of airplay, particularly for the album's title track. The song became somewhat of a Texas anthem; Mark Chesnutt made the song part of his live show, and Sammy Kershaw recorded it. Fowler returned in 2002 with his third album, High on the Hog, and boasted some impressive guests, including Willie Nelson and David Lee Garza.

Fowler steadily built up an audience throughout the 2000s through concerts and a pair of albums for Equity, 2004's Loose, Loud & Crazy and Bring It On. By 2010, Fowler's profile had increased enough to attract major-label attention -- Lyric Street signed him in January but the label folded shortly afterward, with Fowler's contract transferring to Disney -- and he wound up with two solid hit singles later that year in "Beer Season" and "Pound Sign (#?*!)." Both singles were featured on Best Of...So Far, which appeared at the end of the year. In 2011, Fowler released his sixth studio album, Chippin' Away, featuring four singles, including "Hell Yeah, I Like Beer" and "That Girl," the latter of which was the most successful, reaching 45 on the Billboard country charts. Preceded by the singles "How Country Are Ya?" and "Love Song," Fowler's seventh album, How Country Are Ya?, was released in March of 2014. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
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Seen him with Pat Green and Gary Allen and get to see him again in a week and I can not wait!
We just went to his concert New Years at Gruene Hall= awesome show
Kevin Fowler= so Dang funny!!
Muddin', cold beer and this is all I need
Need more country like this on the radio
somerrosenqu i s t
if you love texas country download 95.9 the ranch app and listen to REAL country music!
Like the music

Need more real country music like this on the radio
Coo.
Great show in person.
This is actual country music. Long line of losers pretty much describes my family.
Great Texas music
josephmcelmu r r y
Amarillo is nowhere near West Texas. Amarillo is in the panhandle of Texas, it's far north Texas.
Hey ya'll (: Please follow me & I'll follow ya'll back (:
Kevin is awesome, we just met him in OKC! Can't wait to see him again..
God bless Texas and Kevin F#$&% Fowler
Kevin Fowler..The absolute best
living east of Austin now,and hearing Fowler all the time and to think we were neighbors all along with our original roots in albuquerque. . heres to Fowler .
Good texas music !!!
I commented to my brother, who currenty works in Odessa, that KF is playing in a concert there on the 4th of July...... his response Who's that? I was floored!!! Does he not get any radio play outside of Texas??? Kevin is AWESOME!
Love his music, got to see him in concert this year, great show.
good song writer and great band, keep it up
floresrubyly n n @ y a h o o . c o m Email me soon KEVIN FOWLER
BRINGIN ROCK N COUNTRY TO A CROSSROAD I LUV IT
my all time favorite... seen him 3 times in the RGV ALWAYS front stage heard him first on myspace had me from the first pitch... COME BACK TO THE RGV south TEXAS luvs U!!!!!!!!! I luv u oooooooooooo so much.....
latin_girl_i n _ t x
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GREAT WAY TO START THE WEEKEND!!!!
My daughter grew up with Kevin and we have faithfully followed his career and watched it blossom when he went to Country. I now live in SE Texas and hear him frequently on local radio stations. I am so proud of you!!!
When will Kevin Fowlers new album be released. the one with "a girl in a truck"?
hblee67
@dksmith. Nashville doesn't care about the quality of what they put out, just that it sells and makes the record companies lots of $$. Most of them and the radio music directors wouldn't know good country music (like we have in Texas) if it bit 'em on the a$$. That pop-country crap with teeny bopper girls, boy/girl bands, wannabe cowboys etc. makes me want to hurl, but it sells lots of records which is all that matters.
gay918
Saw him at the rodeo in Austin Saturday nite, great show..
Best country music I've heard in years.
smith456
Kevin is the real deal. I wish Nashville would wake up and recognize some real talent out of Texas - like Kevin Fowler. I'd rather listen to him than the pop-country coming out of Nashville.
Nothing better than Kevin Fowler to listen to when you're stuck in the office all day long on a Sunday!!!!
st_mbspurloc k
Perfect for a friday afternoon..b r i n g on the weekend!!
I love me some Kevin ;D
real country.. no other words to describe it
pudster61
now we're talkin country
Texas music is the best country music around if you havent ever seen Kevin Fowler live you dont know what your missing, he is the coolest guy you will ever meet. True Texan
Heck of a live performer!
Get your biscuits in the oven, and your buns in the bed!
He and Cross Canadian Ragweed are coming to the Brazoria County Fair this year! YEEE HAAAWW baby!!!!
IVE SEEN THIS FELLA IN CONCERT MANY TIMES . HE IS AN AWESOME ENTERTAINER. YEE - F**KIN - HAW
i saw him live in houston at the zieg fest he was amazing!!!
I usually don't listen to country, but Kevin has made my list, he has such a natural style. very easy on the ears and can even make you enjoy losing your lover.
tjhunziker
GREAT MUSIC. I THINK IT IS WHAT COUNTRY NEEDS, SOUNDS LIKE STUFF THE LEGENDS WOULD SING. KEEP GOING KEVIN
Kevin Fowler puts on an awesome show!
texas-boy
kevin fowler is the bomb ive seen him in ennis,tx twice at polkafest great shows
larrycmorris
KF's concerts blow the recorded material out of the water, both musically and performance wise. Glad to see KF made it to Pandora.
i agree. "long line of losers" is in my opinion the best song he has recorded so far.
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