Rogers, Bowen "Hold My Beer" video gets a little help
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Rogers, Bowen "Hold My Beer" video gets a little help

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 – Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen are out with a video for "Hold My Beer" with help from fans.

The clip features their fans' "Hold My Beer" moments in home videos of festive times and several "don't try this at home" mishaps.

"These Hold My Beer projects are all about having fun, and we were so excited to get our fans involved in that good time with us," Bowen told the website Whiskey Riff. "To see their own 'Hold My Beer' moments and make them the stars of the video made the song that much more meaningful. We wouldn't have it any other way."

Penned by Rogers, Bowen and Jim Beavers, the tune is also the title track off the duo's studio album, "Hold My Beer, Vol. 2."

"'Hold My Beer' is a song that we have tried to write for years," said Rogers. "We lived all these stories and then some. So, it was fun to bring them to life in this way."

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CD review - Watch This Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen's follow up to their excellent 2015 studio effort "Hold My Beer: Vol. 1" is a live acoustic set recorded at the House of Blues in Dallas and Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, Texas. The duo alternate singing tunes primarily from their respective solo careers, at times lending harmony vocals to the other's performances. Aside from Kyle Wieters adding harmonica to "West Texas Rain," Bowen's moving reflection on his life's ...
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