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The current members of the Randy Rogers Band have been together since 2004. They've taken their time, learned how to make records, and matured slowly. In 2006 the band crossed over. They signed to Mercury Nashville and released Just a Matter of Time (which reached number six on Billboard's country chart). They grossed over $2.5 million in 2007 while touring in support of it, warranting placement in Rolling Stone as a "must-see" artist. In 2008, they enlisted Radney Foster to produce their self-titled follow-up, which reflected Nashville's studio culture to a "T." Burning the Day, produced by Paul Worley, finds them on MCA Nashville. Preceded by the fine single "Too Late for Goodbye," a ringing midtempo rock ballad, the RRB has evolved from its roots as a good-time, spontaneous live band into first-rate masters of the recording studio. The other excellent tunes on the set, "Holding on to Letting Go," "I've Been Looking for You so Long," "Starting Over for the Last Time," and "Last Last Chance" reflect a more polished version of what the band is best at live: playing a 21st century meld of contemporary country and mainstream pop/rock; as influenced by Bob Seger as it is by Jack Ingram and Pat Green.


Born: Cleburne, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

From an early age, music was an important part of Randy Rogers' life. Rogers was raised in Cleburne, Texas, and his great-grandmother taught him how to play the piano at age six, and by 11 he was writing his own songs and learning chords on the guitar. After some time spent in a backing band, Rogers decided that he wanted to front his own group, and soon he and some friends from college formed the Randy Rogers Band, releasing their debut album, Live at Cheatham St. Warehouse, recorded at the bar...
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