The Randy Rogers Band landed the final No. 1 single in Texas Music Chart history this week (read more about its closing) with the lead single, "Neon Blues," off their new album "Nothing Shines Like Neon."

Today the band released the accompanying music video. It takes place in a bar, that from bouncer, to janitor is entirely employed by Randy Rogers Band members. It features low key guest appearances from a hearty-bearded Willy Braun of Reckless Kelly, and William Clark Green. The two spend the video unsuccessfully hitting on a poor lady, who is day drinking in New Braunfels.

All this before Asleep at the Wheel front man, Ray Benson, all 6'7 of him, shows up and shows out. Apparently shots of Patron is what you buy ladies who are day drinking in New Braunfels. Note: this works best if you have a GRAMMY.

There is, of course, a special appearance by Lovey and his pipe. Randy Rogers watches the whole scene unfold from the bar stool with a Shiner Bock in hand

Click here to watch the exclusive debut at People.com.

 

Neon Blues trailerComing VERY soon...

Posted by Randy Rogers Band on Monday, February 1, 2016