Kevin Fowler Sells Out with New Single 'Sellout Song'
Amarillo native and Texas country icon, Kevin Fowler, released his new single "Sellout Song" featuring Zane Williams on April 18, 2016. "Sellout Song" represents the light-hearted and energetic side of Fowler that fans have previously seen in songs like, "Don't Touch My Willie."
"I love the song because of the way it kind of lightheartedly pokes fun at country music these days," Fowler says. "It's not mean spirited. It's just a funny little parody about the state of country music."
Fowler says he first heard the song while playing an acoustic "song swap" show with Zane Williams. Williams has written songs like "Ride With Me" by Cody Johnson and Pat Green's most recent single, "While I Was Away." When Williams first played the song, Fowler says he "couldn't stop laughing and immediately knew I wanted to record it." He exhibits a certain enthusiasm for this type of song that he admits has become a presence in his music. "I've always been known for my tongue-in-cheek funny stuff. I think this song could be another funny Fowler classic."
"Sellout Song" is available now as Fowler gears up for a run of spring and summer tour dates.
ABOUT THE ARTIST Kevin Fowler is an Amarillo, TX native known for his Texas authenticity and energetic on-stage presence. While Fowler consistently owns and sells out shows across his home state he'll be quick to point out that his fan base is growing rapidly on the West Coast and the Midwest, all the way up to Chicago. Boasting 374,000 plus Facebook likes and 40,000 plus Twitter followers, Fowler has a higher percentage of fan engagement than nearly any country artist in the business. After releasing his seventh studio album, he's been touring non-stop and is ready to take on his 2016 national spring/summer tour.
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