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Born and raised in East Texas, Koe Wetzel is rapidly gaining momentum in the Texas scene. The band brings a strong mixture of southern rock energy and East Texas charm.
Koe began performing at an early age. Overnight, he had what seemed like an immediate fan base in his home state. He has since brought together this band and hit the road touring heavily. The band is made up of Koe Wetzel (Vocals/ Acoustic Guitar), Andres Rocha (Drums), Mason Morris (Harmony Vocals/Bass), Jerrod Flusche (Rhythm/Lead Guitar), and Michael Odis Parrish (Lead Guitar.)
As the band continued to play shows, Koe began writing in between performances. Bringing personal experience and inspiration from others to life with a melody was second nature to the young artist, “Being able to connect with an audience, or a fan, because they feel like they can relate to your lyrics is one of the coolest experiences in the world. There’s no greater feeling than hearing that your lyrics or your song mean something to someone.”
Koe Wetzel’s album, “Noise Complaint” was released in 2016 and the band has hit the studio to work on their sophomore album.
Concrete and Mud is a confident career-defining album, rooted in Texas twang, southern stomp, and old-school funky-tonk - it reached #10 on
the Americana airplay chart (was #19 on the overall year-end album chart) in the U.S. & #5 in Europe. At 28 years old, Morrow's found his footing
as an artist. The first single, "Quick Fix" was an infectious hook laden stew of syncopated beats with bubbling clavinet, slinky guitars and doubled
vocals. There's also an undercurrent of classic country running throughout the mix. The second single, “Paid By The Mile” was all about the romance
of life on the road. It peaked at #14 at Americana radio’s singles chart. A third single, “Heartbreak Man” will be readied for Americana, AAA non-com,
& Texas Red Dirt radio in the late Spring. Concrete and Mud “is about the fabric of America, and how the Mississippi is a metaphor for what binds
very different people together," says Morrow, whose album builds a similar bridge between opposing camps: country and rock & roll; the West Coast
and the American South, concrete and mud. "The sentiment is," he adds, "the things that unite us are stronger than the forces that divide us.” He’ll be
on tour sharing these songs throughout 2019. He’s begun to tour in Europe. His second tour there this year will run May 31-July 3, and include five