Randall King hails from the plains of West Texas in Amarillo, heavily influenced by Hank Williams, George Jones, Merle Haggard, George Strait and Texas/Red Dirt icons Wade Bowen and Cody Johnson.

In 2009, King moved to Lubbock where he began brewing his own, unique songwriting blend. He released his debut album, Old Dirt Road, in 2013. The album was voted No. 4 of the Top 5 Lubbock Albums of 2013 by New Slang.

“The Problem,” the lead single off his latest EP, Another Bullet, was a top 20 single for King. His collaboration with Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry, “Hard Livin' Illene,” was a big radio hit her in Texas last year, and his latest effort "Another Bullet," an ode to the struggling cowboy way-of-life is still resonating with fans.

This week on his way out of Colorado the Panhandle singer-songwriter posted a new song on his socials called "Mirror, Mirror."