Randall King, Kevin Fowler & Aaron Watson Join Forces For West Texas Fire Relief Concert

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Yve Assad

The fires in West Texas have been beyond devastating.

As news last week spread about the wildfires engulfing the West Texas landscape and taking over a million acres of farmland as their victims, the agricultural community is joining forces to support those impacted by the fires.

Three West Texas natives (Amarillo boys, to be exact), Randall King, Kevin Fowler, and Aaron Watson, have joined forces to present “The Panhandle Boys: West Texas Fire Relief Concert.”

“As the news broke about the wildfires raging across the panhandle, the place I was born and raised, I knew we had to do something to help. Amarillo is my hometown. These are my people. I’m so excited to join forces with my fellow panhandle boys, Aaron Watson and Randall King, to do what we can to help support all the families affected by these fires and the heroes out there on the front lines.”

Shared Kevin Flower. The fundraising event is set to take place on March 24th at the beautiful Starlight Ranch in Amarillo, TX.

“As devastating as all of this has been, it’s hard to not feel hopeless but for one night, we’re going to do our part to try and bring a smile to people’s faces. I’m honored to be joining the boys for this incredible benefit and to raise money to try and help these families get back on their feet.”

Aaron Watson mentioned the event, which will donate all proceeds to The Panhandle Disaster Relief Fund. The fund’s mission is to provide long-term support and aid to those affected by natural disasters in the region. With this fire being the largest wildfire in Texas history, the community needs the relief fund more than ever, and this star-studded charity event is destined to positively impact the fund.

“My heart goes out to my homeland. So many families, lives, and ways of living have been affected by these fires and I want to do my part to help in the best way I know how. When Kevin reached out for this opportunity, I absolutely had to jump on the chance to help heal the panhandle through the power of music.”

Randall King also said that he hoped music could begin to heal his community. You can purchase tickets to the event at PanHandleBoys.com. If you cannot attend but feel called to donate, you can contribute to the Relief Fund through the link.

Our thoughts continue to go out to the families, farmers, and individuals affected by these horrific fires.

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