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How Country Are Ya?
Chippin' Away is the fifth studio album of American country music singer Kevin Fowler. It was released on August 9, 2011.
Bring It On
Bring It On is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Kevin Fowler. It was released on September 25, 2007, on Equity Music Group. It is also his second and final album for Equity, due to the closure of the label in December 2008. Three singles were released from this album: "Long Line of Losers", "Best Mistake I Ever Made", and "Cheaper to Keep Her". While "Best Mistake I Ever Made" peaked at #47 on the Hot Country Songs chart, the other two singles failed to chart at all. "Long Line of Losers" and "Now You're Talkin'" were both recorded by Montgomery Gentry on their 2008 album, Back When I Knew It All. The latter was co-written by former Trick Pony bassist Ira Dean.
Loose, Loud & Crazy
Loose, Loud, & Crazy is the third studio album by the American country music singer Kevin Fowler, and his fourth album overall. It was his first album for Equity Music Group, a label started by the country music singer Clint Black. The album produced three singles: "Ain't Drinkin' Anymore", "Hard Man to Love" and "Don't Touch My Willie". The first single peaked at #49 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, while the latter two failed to chart. Fowler wrote or co-wrote all but one of the songs on the album.
"The Lord Loves the Drinkin' Man" was later recorded by Mark Chesnutt on his 2004 album, Savin' the Honky Tonk, from which it was a Top 40 single on the country charts that same year.
High on the Hog
High on the Hog is the second studio album of American country music singer Kevin Fowler. It was released on August 6, 2002 as his second album for the independent Tin Roof label.
Beer, Bait and Ammo
Beer, Bait & Ammo is the debut album of American country music singer Kevin Fowler. It was released on November 21, 2000 on the independent Tin Roof label.
The title track from the album, "Beer, Bait, & Ammo" turned into what All Music Guide described as "somewhat of a Texas anthem" with Mark Chesnutt making the song a part of his live performances, and Sammy Kershaw and George Jones each recording cover versions of the song.
One for the Road
Live at Billy Bob's Texas
Best of... so Far
Coming to a Honky Tonk Near You
Country Song to Sing
He Ain't No Cowboy
How Country Are Ya?
Santa Got Busted by the Border Patrol (feat. Ray Benson)
Faith in the Water
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