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Kevin Fowler Scores His Eighth #1 Single

Average Joe’s Entertainment artist Kevin Fowler racked up his 8th #1 single when his “Hell Yeah, I Like Beer” cut topped the Texas Music Chart this week. The second track on his upcoming Chippin’ Away album, the song quickly became a favorite in clubs and dance halls across the Lone Star State and beyond.
“What
more can I say? If you know me, you know that this song is definitely
autobiographical,” said an elated Fowler, who wrote the song with David
Lee Murphy and Shane Minor. “I do love beer. And what would any Kevin
Fowler record be without a good ol’ beer drinkin’ song? Thanks to the
stations for playin’ it and the fans for goin’ crazy for it.” (first
part of quote is from his song by song, second part I obviously made
up.)
The corresponding music video, which Kevin himself directed, also quickly become the most viewed video on all of CMT’s website, hitting #1 and is planted on the website’s “Today’s Top Videos” section. The clip includes cameo appearances by Boston Red Sox pitchers Josh
Beckett (World Series MVP), Clay Buchholz, John Lackey and Roberto
Clemente Award winner Tim Wakefield, fellow artists, Ray Benson, Dierks
Bentley, Eli Young Band, Colt Ford, Pat Green, Jack Ingram, Sunny
Sweeny, actor/comedian Rodney Carrington, four-time World Champion Bull
Rider Tuff Hedeman, and a host of others
…and a lot of beer, of course.
Chippin’ Away, Kevin’s
sixth studio album,will hit stores August 9, 2011. He had a hand in
writing eight of the 11 cuts on the new cd. His follow-up single, “That
Girl,” will be released to country radio across the nation next month.
Four pre-sale packages are currently available at www.KevinFowler.com.
Kevin and his band are currently on tour throughout Texas and surrounding states, and tour dates, news and more can be found at www.KevinFowler.com

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