Over the course of a dozen releases and multiple major award nominations, Rogers and his band, consisting of the same core members it began with, have grown from a rowdy college town bar group to being one of the most successful, longest-running acts in the always burgeoning Texas music scene. They’ve worked with many of the industry’s leading names such as Radney Foster, Dean Dillon, Jay Joyce, and Paul Worley. On recent records, Rogers has fulfilled lifelong dreams of singing with legends like Allison Krauss, Jerry Jeff Walker, and the Red Headed Stranger himself, Willie Nelson.
Since forming the Randy Rogers Band in San Marcos before graduating from Texas State University in 2001, Rogers has become one of the more revered names and voices in Country music, especially among the more recent crop of up and coming artists from the Lone Star State. “My songs and records roll out like a biography,” he says. “So as I get older, it’s still a bit of a shock to me to see a younger artist say that my music has made a big impact on them.”