From an early age, music was an important part of Randy Rogers' life. Raised in Cleburne, TX, his great-grandmother taught him how to play the piano at age six, and by 11 he was writing his own songs and learning chords on the guitar. After some time spent in a backing band, Rogers decided that he wanted to front his own group, and soon he and some friends from college formed the Randy Rogers Band, releasing their debut album, Live at Cheatham St. Warehouse, recorded at the bar of the same name in San Marcos, TX, shortly after their first practice. In 2002, their first studio album, Like It Used to Be, came out, followed by 2004's Rollercoaster, which featured the by now solidified lineup of Geoffrey Hill on guitar, Jon Richardson on bass, Brady Black on fiddle, and Les Lawless on drums. The next year they released Live at Billy Bob's Texas and also signed to major label Mercury Nashville, which issued Just a Matter of Time in 2006, followed by the Radney Foster-produced The Randy Rogers Band in 2008.
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