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Randy Rogers Band ready for another helping of Calf Fry
After spending the past two years “Burning the Day,” the Randy Rogers Band is igniting concert stages with new music.
“We've got eight albums worth of material, so there's no way in a two-hour set we can play everything,” said Rogers, guitarist/
For the third straight year, the hard-touring five-piece outfit — fiddler Brady Black, guitarist
“It's always a hell of a time,” Rogers said. “I think it's probably the biggest party of the year. Seems like everybody is committed to that event, and they save up their partying
Rogers and his cohorts just finished writing and recording their as-yet-
“You know, we put more into this record I think than any other record we've ever done as far as preproduction. We learned all the songs before we got into the studio so we were prepared. It took only about eight or nine studio days to record this record, which we did that before on an album called ‘Roller Coaster,' kind of made it all at once. It just kind of all spilled out of us, and not since then has that happened in the studio. So I feel very confident that we got the best snapshot of our band and where we're at right now. We basically sat up in the studio, the five of us live, and played. I mean that's how we did it, so I'm really excited about it. I think it's probably the best record we've ever done,” Rogers said.
“We had several special guests come and appear on our record, which I can't tell you who, but it's really big and really cool and awesome, and we had a great time doing that. So I'm
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