A couple months ago, I was digging through the vaults and found an all time old timer of a clean shaven Koe Wetzel in high school, rocking a pearl snap and playing “In My Arms Instead” by the Randy Rogers Band at the local 2011 District FFA Competition.
Needless to say, the dude has grown out the beard and the hair, and has become arguably the most famous country rocker in the United States at the moment.
Also, if you haven’t checked out his latest single “April Showers,” as he gears up to drop his brand new album.
With that being said, I’ve discovered yet another old gem from Koe himself, but this time, we’re going all the way back to 2009.
Playing at the FFA Area Convention, he plays “Let The Good Times Roll,” by red dirt singer Brandon Rhyder, off his 2006 Conviction album.
I’m guessing it’s one of his family members recording the performance, as the caption reads “cuz singing,” and they’re going nuts for him.
It’s further proof that ol’ Koe has been killing it for a number of years now, and damn, I can’t wait for this full blown country album he swears he’s dropping by the time he turns 30.