Wade Bowen

From19 July 2019to01 September 2019

Wade Bowen

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Country and Red Dirt singer-songwriter Wade Bowen, former member of West 84, rose to regional prominence with his debut album “Try Not to Listen” in 2002. The Texas-native has since enjoyed national success for his outlaw country inspired aesthetic popularised in the ‘70s and ‘80s.

Hailing from Waco, Texas, U.S., Wade Bowen’s earliest musical success came with the band West 84, which introduced the Texan to songwriting and performing life. By 2001 the band had changed direction leaving Bowen, who had graduated from college with a degree in public relations, with an important decision whether he would continue to pursue music. That decision was made clear with the release of his debut album “Try Not to Listen”, which made waves across Waco, Texas upon release in 2002. Spawning the regional hit “Try Not to Listen”, Bowen supported the record by playing anywhere up to 250 concerts, strengthening the singer’s live performance skills.

Showcasing his energetic, emotive and crowd-pleasing live show, Bowen issued the live album “The Blue Light Live” in September 2004, marking the singer’s first exposure outside of Texas. The full-length “Lost Hotel” subsequently arrived in February 2006 on Sustain Records spawning the single/music video “God Bless This Town”. The singer-songwriter’s breakthrough came two years later in September 2008 with his third studio album “If We Ever Make It Home”. The record was his first to land on any national chart, peaking at No. 29 on the U.S. Country, and was led by the singles “Daddy and the Devil” and “Trouble”.

The concert CD “Live at Billy Bob’s Texas” followed in April 2010, peaking at No. 41 on the U.S. Country Music Chart, after which Bowen signed with BNA Records who issued his fourth full-length “The Given” in May 2012. Far surpassing the success of its predecessors, “The Given” landed at No. 9 on the U.S Country Chart, and No. 44 on the Billboard 200. The popular singles “Saturday Night” and “To Live Is to Fly” were subsequently released in time for Bowen to embark on a relentless national tour. In 2013 Bowen issued the single “Songs About Trucks”, before issuing his self-titled, fourth album in October 2014. Once again peaking at No. 9 on the U.S. Country Charts, the record spawned the single “When I Woke Up Today”, and was followed by the split album “Hold My Beer, Vol. 1” alongside Randy Rogers.

Friday 19 July 2019
Wade Bowen
Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre, Austin, TX, US

Tuesday 30 July 2019
Wade Bowen
The Borderline, London, UK

Wednesday 31 July 2019
Wade Bowen
with Jamie Freeman
Louisiana, Bristol, UK

Thursday 01 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Gullivers, Manchester, UK

Friday 02 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Òran Mór, Glasgow, UK

Saturday 03 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Nochtwache, Hamburg, Germany

Sunday 04 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Privatclub, Berlin, Germany

Monday 05 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Folks! Club, Munich, Germany

Tuesday 06 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Blue Shell, Cologne, Germany

Thursday 08 August 2019 – Saturday 10 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Braun Brothers Reunion 2019
Challis, ID, US

Saturday 17 August 2019
Wade Bowen
with Pat Green
WhiteWater Amphitheater, New Braunfels, TX, US

Saturday 31 August 2019 – Sunday

Friday 19 July 2019
Wade Bowen
Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre, Austin, TX, US

Tuesday 30 July 2019
Wade Bowen
The Borderline, London, UK

Wednesday 31 July 2019
Wade Bowen
with Jamie Freeman
Louisiana, Bristol, UK

Thursday 01 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Gullivers, Manchester, UK

Friday 02 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Òran Mór, Glasgow, UK

Saturday 03 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Nochtwache, Hamburg, Germany

Sunday 04 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Privatclub, Berlin, Germany

Monday 05 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Folks! Club, Munich, Germany

Tuesday 06 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Blue Shell, Cologne, Germany

Thursday 08 August 2019 – Saturday 10 August 2019
Wade Bowen
Braun Brothers Reunion 2019
Challis, ID, US

Saturday 17 August 2019
Wade Bowen
with Pat Green
WhiteWater Amphitheater, New Braunfels, TX, US

Saturday 31 August 2019 – Sunday 01 September 2019
Wade Bowen
Blue Light Live 20th Anniversary Street Party 2019
Blue Light Live, Lubbock, TX, US

Wade Bowen
Blue Light Live 20th Anniversary Street Party 2019
Blue Light Live, Lubbock, TX, US

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