Koe Wetzel
Koe Wetzel

Koe Wetzel

About Koe Wetzel

Texas-born country singer Koe Wetzel was a college football linebacker before he decided to leave school to follow in his country-singer mom’s footsteps and pursue music.

∙ His 2016 debut album, the gritty rocker Noise Complaint, got local radio airplay in Texas and helped Wetzel build a rabid fanbase.
Harold Saul High, Wetzel’s self-released 2019 album, debuted at No. 10 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart while also crossing over to the Pop chart.
∙ He organized and headlined his own festival, 2019’s Koe Wetzel’s Incredible Music Festival, which drew a sold-out crowd of 7,000 people.
∙ In 2020, he dropped a surprise single, the ’90s rock-inspired “Kuntry & Wistern,” which reached No. 55 on Apple Music’s Top 100 Country Songs chart.
∙ After years spent building his career as an indie artist, he released Sellout in 2020, his first album on a major label.

    Pittsburg, TX
  • BORN
    July 14, 1992

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