From the West Texas plains of Hereford, Randall King, a 4th generation “hay hauler”, son of a trucker, brings modernized neo-traditional/honky-tonk to life. His writing reflects his appreciation of his songwriting heroes, Haggard, Whitley & Jackson, and is characterized with a voice that rings true country. Randall moved to Lubbock in the fall of 2009, where he began brewing his own, unique songwriting blend. He released his debut album, Old Dirt Road, in 2013, and began to make a splash in the Texas/Red Dirt scene. “Don’t Ask Her Tonight” was released to local radio stations, and was listed at #62 on the Top 100 Songs of Lubbock in 2013 by New Slang. The record also produced several consistent, top five most requested songs on Lubbock’s 105.3 The Red Dirt Rebel/KJDL. Old Dirt Road was also voted #4 of the Top 5 Lubbock Albums of 2013 by New Slang. Since then, King and his crew have been working in Ft Worth, TX with Bart Rose at Ft. Worth Sound narrowing in on the true country sound of Randall’s songwriting. “Hard Livin’ Illene”, the current single off of the EP- “Another Bullet”, is a direct reflection of King finding himself and his modernized honky-tonk style within his music.