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Texas Country Powerhouse Kevin Fowler Joins ‘Don’t mess with Texas®’ Campaign

March 10, 2014

NASHVILLE, TN — Texas Country powerhouse Kevin Fowler has just been announced as a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Transportation’s iconic TV & Radio campaign ‘Don’t mess with Texas,’ which is now in its 28th year. Fowler follows in the footsteps of other Texas greats George Strait, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Lyle Lovett. Click HERE to view the spot currently running on TV and online.

“It’s an honor to be part of this great campaign,” Fowler said. “There’s nothing I love more than Texas, and I’m excited to spread the word about keeping our great state litter-free.”

“As litter continues to be an expensive problem for Texas, we feel it’s important that the critical ‘Don’t mess with Texas’ message be delivered by influential artists who represent the true spirit of Texas,” said Commissioner Jeff Austin III, Texas Transportation Commission. “We’re so proud that these talented Texas performers are lending their voices to this famous campaign and reminding everyone that trash belongs in a trash can and not on our roadways.”

In addition to this exciting partnership, Fowler will stay busy touring throughout the spring in support of his brand new album, “How Country Are Ya?,” which released on March 4 to a career-best debut at #9 on the Billboard Country chart.

Kevin Fowler Tour Dates:
3/28 – Graham Central Station – Odessa, TX
3/29 – Midnight Rodeo – Amarillo, TX
4/4 – Round Up Days Festival – Ingleside, TX
4/5 – Galveston Country Fair – Hitchcock, TX
4/11 – Hurricane Harry’s – College Station, TX
4/12 – Fiesta Oyster Bake – San Antonio, TX
4/18 – Tumbleweed Dancehall – Stillwater, OK
4/19 – CW Scooters – Lawton, OK
4/22 – Larry Joe Taylor Fest – Stephenville, TX
4/25 – Denim and Diamonds – Wichita Falls, TX
4/26 – New Braunfels Crawfish Fest – New Braunfels, TX

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