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LITTLE TEXAS

 

With over six million albums and mega hits like “What Might Have Been” and “My Love” to their credit, Duane Propes, Porter Howell, Del Gray, and Dwayne O’Brien hardly need an introduction. As part of the band Little Texas, the handful of guys all barely in their 20’s, burst onto the scene in the 90’s like a rocket, and within five years had established themselves as one of country’s “supergroups” and one of the most exciting live bands of the genre.

Even before they ever signed a record deal, the group was known as “the hardest working band in country music,” it was not uncommon for them to play over 300 shows a year, without a bus, without a driver and without tour support from a record label. They simply made it on their own, and that seasoning shows up even today. Still in the midst of a heavy tour schedule playing major markets nationwide this year, the band’s four original members are gearing up for the release of a brand new album on their new label, Montage Records, and couldn’t be happier to be back and bringing fans what they do best.

Their debut album, “First Time For Everything,” yielded five hit singles during the 90’s and launched the band in a big, big way, setting the stage for their hugely successful sophomore effort, “Big Time.” Featuring smash hits like “God Blessed Texas” and the monster ballad “My Love,” that album became Little Texas’ biggest-selling CD of their impressive career. The group toured relentlessly throughout the mid-90s on that momentum, releasing several other albums before finally taking a much-needed break.

But after a six-year hiatus from touring and recording, during which they pursued other interests and focused on their songwriting, Little Texas is back and better than ever, with a renewed energy and excitement to make more of the music that fans nationwide came to love and respect. Now they return to the airwaves with a new single titled “Your Woman” from their forthcoming studio album. As a special bonus and “appetizer,” Little Texas has “cooked up” a live album showcasing a mix of long-time Little Texas favorites and a few new songs penned and recorded by the group in pure, big and bold, in-your-face, Little Texas style. The new LIVE album LIVE AND LOUD (THE BEST OF LITTLE TEXAS) is slated for release early 2007

  • LIVE AND LOUD (THE BEST OF LITTLE TEXAS) will be released in early 2007
  • The new studio album is slated for release in Spring of 2007