With his sixth studio album, the aptly named Love Hope Faith, his follow-up to 2014’s Thanks for Listening, Colt Ford continues to live out his boyhood dream – the one where you “wake up on a mission/to buy that beat-up Gibson,” as he sings on “No Rest.” Love Hope Faith is exactly that, a message to to his loyal fan base, and a strike against the divisiveness plaguing our country, celebrating the things that bring us together – friends, family, our faith in a better future.
Koe Wetzel is best known as the leader of country music group "Koe Wetzel and the Konvicts". The group released their debut album "Out on Parole" in 2015 before releasing their breakthrough record, Noise Complaint, in 2017. Koe lived in Pittsburg, Texas before moving to Stephenville, Texas. He attended Texas Southern University.
His song "February 28th, 2016" became the most listened-to country song in several Texas cities in 2017, including Richardson, Plano and Arlington.
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