Wade Bowen Announces Release Of New Album On October 28

Wade Bowen Announces Release Of New Album On October 28

If you haven’t heard of Wade Bowen for one, – and to paraphrase Mr. Lyle Lovett, – that’s right you’re not from Texas and secondly – you’re about to. Every story has a next chapter and for Wade Bowen, this new self-titled album, is it. Wade Bowen marks a new beginning, the turning of the page to a place where the music becomes a little bit freer, a little bit looser, and a lot more intimate. This is the sound of catharsis, of Bowen released from major label bonds to find himself on his own again – ragged from the storm, but finally, back on shore. In short, this is the Wade Bowen, the real thing.

A staple of the Texas Music charts, and a notorious road warrior, Bowen has sold over half a million album in his short career, sung duets with the likes of Will Hoge and Brandy Clark, and been featured on compilations alongside the likes of Charlie Daniels, Old Crow Medicine Show, Eli Young Band and The Blind Boys from Alabama. His Wade Bowen Classic golf tournament has raised over 1 million dollars to benefit children’s charities across central Texas.

“The focus was to talk about what I’ve been through. – to get personal,” Bowen says of writing these new tracks, “everything I’ve been through lead me to this.” Of one of the album’s focus tracks, When I WokeUpToday (LISTEN HERE), Wade remarks, “I just started analyzing the road and my passion to put up with so much to “make a dream fly!” I’m still here! It’s like I tell people, the road has tried to get rid of me but I’m still here!”

Sometimes, starting new, means going back to where you began in the first place, where music was played straight from the gut, for the sheer and beautiful joy of it. Wade Bowen was made without the burdens that come with big business or the pressures to fit in any kind of particular box. This is simple, American-made Americana, dreamt up on the road and played in the company of good friends.

You can also catch Wade out on the road at the following cities:

8.14 / Chico, CA / El Rey Theatre
8.15 / Boise, ID / Knitting Factory Concert House
8.16 / Sandpoint, ID / The Festival at Sandpoint
8.19 / Moscow, ID / John’s Alley Tavern
8.20 / Seattle, WA / Tractor Tavern
8.21 / Portland, OR / Mississippi Studios
8.22 / Springfield, OR / Whiskey River Ranch
8.23 / Helix, OR / Wheatstock
8.24 / Salt Lake City, UT / The State Room
8.29 / Belton, TX / Central Texas State Fair
8.30 / Buda, TX / Buda City Park
9.05 / Nacogdoches, TX / Banita Creek Hall
9.06 / San Antonio, TX / R&J Music Pavilion
9.13 / Brenham, TX / Washington County Fair
9.17 / Lawrence, KS / Granada Theater
9.18 / Hays, KS / Singer’s
9.19 / Kearney, NE / Shooter’s
9.20 / Avon, CO / Strawberry Park
9.26 / Nashville, TN / Ryman Auditorium
9.27 / Kermit, TX / Kermit Celebration Days
10.03 / Austin, TX / The Belmont

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