Fowler to Headline H-E-B Fourth of July Celebration

By San Antonio Missions | January 23, 2014 12:47 PM ET

Missions Announce Fourth of July Concert

Country Star Kevin Fowler to perform at Wolff Stadium

San Antonio - The San Antonio Missions are thrilled to announce that country star Kevin Fowler will be performing at Wolff Stadium for the H-E-B Fourth of July Celebration presented by Bud Light and Caliente Harley-Davidson.

Fowler will be joining an impressive list of country performers like Jack Ingram, Robert Earl Keen and Jerry Jeff Walker that have taken the Wolff Stadium stage on our Independence Day.

The Amarillo, TX native began his musical journey at a young age, learning the piano. When he was 20, Fowler moved to Los Angeles, CA to attend the Guitar Institute of Technology, where he began his song writing career. In the early 1990s, Fowler left L.A. for Austin, TX, where he was a guitarist with the rock band Dangerous Toys. He later started his own Southern hard rock band, Thunderfoot. However, Fowler eventually returned to his West Texas roots and transitioned back to country music. 

Fowler put together a country band in 1998 and just two years later, struck it big with his self-released album Beer, Bait and Ammo. Since then, he has emerged as one of Texas country's most prolific singer-songwriters, with hits like "Beer Season" and "Pound Sign."

The Missions will face the Tulsa Drillers (Colorado Rockies AA) on July 4, with first pitch slated for 5:05 PM. Kevin Fowler will take the stage approximately 30 minutes after the game. Following the concert, Missions fans will be treated to the largest Independence Day fireworks show in San Antonio.

Individual tickets for the July 4 game will go on sale Monday, March 3. However, all 2014 season ticket packages from full season to 7-game mini plans include the July 4 game and can be purchased now by calling 210-675-7275.

On March 4, Fowler will be releasing his seventh studio album, How Country Are Ya? Fans can pre-order the album now by visiting

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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