Looking for some new music? Make sure to add these MusicFest artists’ to your playlist!
Wade Bowen – Then Sings My Soul
Released March 18, 2016
When Wade Bowen initially began working on his new project “Then Sings My Soul…” he intended it to be only for his mother’s ears. She enjoyed the music so much that she encouraged Wade to share it with the rest of the world. Then Sings My Soul…Songs for My Mother is available now on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and at WadeBowen.com
Aaron Einhouse – It Ain’t Pretty
Released May 13, 2016
Aaron Einhouse released his new studio album It Ain’t Pretty on May 13th! Aaron made his MusicFest debut this past January. As fellow MusicFest artist Walt Wilkins puts it, “There is a deep sensitivity in his songs, as well as humor and pathos. He’s as real as the places and folks he writes and sings about, and I’m looking forward to the next song.”
Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen – Watch This: Live
Released June 3, 2016
As Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen embark on their 10th annual “Hold My Beer & Watch This” Tour, they will release their second duo album. Watch This is a collection of nineteen live tracks recorded at the House of Blues in Dallas and the famous Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos. Packed with your favorite Randy & Wade tunes as well as the witty banter often heard between two old friends, the new album will be raw and as true-to-live as possible.
Cody Johnson – Gotta Be Me
Released August 5, 2016 – Single Available Now!
Cody Johnson will be releasing a new studio album later this summer. Cody says that he feels this is his best album yet, and he can’t wait to share it with his dedicated fans.
Jack Ingram – Midnight Motel
Released August 26, 2016
Jack Ingram will release his first new studio album since 2009 this August! What better to kick off your MusicFest reservations than with some new tunes by one of our favorite artists?!
BJ Barham (of American Aquarium) – Rockingham
Released August 19, 2016
BJ Barham will be venturing into his own solo career with his debut album Rockingham this August. But don’t worry, American Aquarium is still going strong! Expect to see both BJ and the band in some performances that could only happen at the MusicFest this January.