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Album Review

The outlaw movement in country music didn't last very long in Nashville, but in Texas they take being an outlaw, or at least being an outcast and outsider, pretty seriously. Since returning to his country roots in 2000, Kevin Fowler turned out the kind of country albums they've long forgotten about in Nashville, hardwood honky tonk Saturday night epics with plenty of rock attitude and enough grit to grind the fenders off a '69 Caddy. Fowler's bad-boy stance will never go out of style in either country or rock, and his band delivers the goods on these 13 tunes of drinkin', hell-raisin', and good-timin'. "Ain't Dead Yet" gives a shout out to all the things that are supposed to kill you — booze, fluoride in the toothpaste, cigarette smoke, and carcinogens in barbecued food, to mention just a few. It's a toast to the joys of self-destruction that everyone will want to raise a glass too. "Long Line of Losers" celebrates Fowler's muddy gene pool with a Cajun-flavored stomp flavored by some wailing fiddle from Chris Whitten and screaming electric guitar by Tracy Martin. "I Pulled a Hank Last Night" rides down the lost highways that claimed Hank Williams, and unlike a lot of songs that reference Williams, it avoids maudlin sentimentality and wallows in excess and alcoholic jubilation with lines like "takin' it easy drinkin' that hard stuff." The band salutes Williams by dropping a musical quote from "Honky Tonk Blues" into their smokin' instrumental break. The song titles tell the story — "Honky Tonk Junkie," "Cheaper to Keep Her," "Feels Good Don't It" are rife with good old boy humor and pounding honky tonk beats. Even on the album's one love song, "Best Mistake I Ever Made," he keeps things from getting too serious with a bit of boozy humor. ~ j. poet, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Get Bring It On Today !!!!!

Another homerun for Kevin Fowler, a couple of these new songs are more "mainstream", but great music is great music!! I love Long Line of Losers, What's Your Point, Cheaper to Keep Her, and Best Mistake I Ever Made. I am not dissapointed,and you won't be either!!! And if you get a chance to see KF live, do it, it is worth every penny!!!!!! Let's hook him up with Renegade Rail again!!!

Bring It On

This Michigan boy should have been born in Texas! This album is awesome. If it doesn't make you wanna dance, check your hearing. Kevin gets better and better with each album. Honky Tonk Junkie, I Pulled a Hank Last Night and Ain't Dead Yet are great. The whole album is fun and upbeat. Nashville could learn something from Kevin. See him in concert, you won't be disappointed!

My Boy Fowler Does It Again

This is a must buy!! It is a great CD all around with news songs that will blow you away. I also recommend seeing him live its a heck of a show. Support your Texas Country and throw away all that nashville crap. Yeehaw Ya'll


Born: 1966 in Amarillo, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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....
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