Everyone's favorite redneck, Kevin Fowler is set to release his seventh studio album How Country Are Ya? on November 12. Yep.
Here's the "official" info:
Teaming up with producer Ken Tondre, How Country Are Ya? was recorded in Austin and features fifteen original tracks, all written by Fowler except "Mousturdonus," an instrumental written with his bandmates. Beginning with a special intro from Earl Dibbles, Jr (Granger Smith's "country boy" alter-ego), to the slap-happy "Guitars and Guns" and reflective biographical ballad "Panhandle Poorboy," Fowler delivers a potent, raucous collection of music that blends together seamlessly. The infectious title track is the debut single and will be available on iTunes September 22, but you can check out a sneak-peak by watching the lyric video here.