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One more round for Rogers, Bowen

Friday, May 19, 2023 – One more round for Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen as their EP, "Hold My Beer Vol. 3," will arrive on July 7.

The six songs explore love, nostalgia, life on the road and drinking.

Rogers and Bowen decided to team up in a professional capacity in 2015 when they released "Hold My Beer, Vol. 1."

"Hold my Beer Vol. 3 is finally here," Rogers said. "I absolutely love making these records with Wade and am so proud of these songs. We wrote every single one. Listen responsibly. Cheers."

"If you don't have fun listening to these songs, I feel sorry for ya," Bowen adsaidds. "No reason we should have this much fun 'working.' I hope you love these songs as much as we love making them. Grab some friends and drink a few for us."

Rogers and Bowen produced and penned each song on the project alongside co-writers including Drew Kennedy, Brad Clawson, Aaron Raitiere, Taylor Phillips and Allen Shamblin.

Rhett Akins joined Rogers and Bowen for "We Ain't The Only Ones.".

The track list is:
1. "Shooting Hand" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Drew Kennedy)
2. "We Ain't The Only Ones" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Rhett Akins)
3. "Things That Never Change" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Brad Clawson)
4. "It's A Beautiful Day" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Aaron Raitiere)
5. "I Moved Into A Bar" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Taylor Phillips)
6. "Dumb Kids" (Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Allen Shamblin) Produced by Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen

Upcoming tour dates are:
July 19 College Station, TX - Hurricane Harry's
July 20 Lubbock, TX - Cook's Garage
July 21-22 Fort Worth, TX - Billy Bob's Texas
Aug. 16 Dallas, TX - House of Blues
Aug. 18 Corpus Christi, TX - Brewster Street Ice House
Aug. 19 Helotes, TX - John T. Floore's County Store

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