There’s no place like home, and for Randy Rogers, home is New Braunfels, Texas, right there across the Comal County Line.
As the second release from their upcoming studio album, “Comal County Line” is rocking new tune about all the different kinds of people that live back home and how much of their stories you miss when you’re out on the road.
“This is obviously our way of life. This isn’t some Johnny-come-lately group of guys. We’re like an oak tree. We’re not going anywhere. We’re not hinged on whether our next single will be a No.1. We’re not hinged on an album topping the charts. We have a great and loyal fan base and we do things right. When we play our shows, people expect to have a great night and to go home satisfied. As long as we keep doing that, no change in the industry, no record deal or anything like that can make or break this band,” says Rogers referring to the title of their new Dave Cobb produced album, Hellbent.
Hellbent is set to hit shelves on April 26th.