Aggieland will be a tell-it-all town come Friday, Nov. 2 when Koe Wetzel performs at Hurricane Harry’s.
With a little bit country, a little bit of rock and roll and a whole bunch of Texas, Wetzel and his band deliver songs ranging from high tempo and fun to slow and heartfelt. As lead vocalist, Wetzel’s smooth yet powerful voice commands attention and makes for an easy listen for the audience. Many of their songs, including “Fuss & Fight” and “Something to Talk About” are upbeat and high-energy songs perfect for concerts. The group can also slow it down for more passionate, personable performances with songs like “Honey Pain” and “Tell It All Town.”
Music has always been important to Wetzel, although it hasn’t always been his focus. An East Texas native, he grew up under the Friday night lights playing football in Pittsburg, Texas, eventually earning a scholarship to play at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. It’s there Wetzel decided to make music his priority, eventually giving up both football and college to pursue his dreams.
Wetzel formed a band with Andres Rocha on drums, Mason Morris on bass and supplying the harmony vocal, and Michael Odis Parrish and Jerrod Flusche both as lead guitarist. In June 2012, the group released their first EP, “Love and Lies.” Their release of “Out on Parole” in January 2015 stirred up a lot of attention, and the band was thrown into the Lone Star limelight in March 2017, when they released “Noise Complaint.” Today the group travels across the Southwest performing their music and growing their fandom.
Hurricane Harry’s is the perfect place for Koe Wetzel and company to appear as they continue to etch their story in the Texas County history books. Harry’s has long been a destination for artists and bands within the genre, and offers an amazing experience for concertgoers. It’s gonna be a sight to see when the venue’s unique charm combines with the band’s rugged on-stage presence.
So clear your night, grab your friends and head on over to Aggieland’s best place to see live music! Show starts at 8 p.m., so get there early to get the best experience!