Exclusive: Kevin Fowler’s ‘If I Could Make a Livin’ Drinkin” Is Autobiographical [Watch + Listen]
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Kevin Fowler‘s ‘If I Could Make a Livin’ Drinkin” isn’t just any old song on the record. In fact, in this video exclusive to ToC, the Texas singer describes it as the Kevin Fowler song on ‘How Country Are Ya?’ And it isn’t just because he claims it’s autobiographical. Fans can find out why this track is so important and listen to the funny song in its entirety.
When Fowler and his songwriting buddies sat down to write ‘If I Could Make a Livin’ Drinkin” he explains, “We were just trying to write the Kevin Fowler song on the record.”
According to the country singer, that means a “tongue-in-cheek, funny, beer-drinkin’, hell-raisin’, old school Fowler song.” This witty and well-penned song definitely pulls that off, and he agrees, adding, “It really sums up what I really wanted the record to be about.”
Plus, the song sums up how well he could be rolling in the dough if it were possible to make a living by throwing a few back. “If I could make a living drinkin’,” Fowler smirks, “I would be a happy man.”
‘How Country Are Ya?’ is available for pre-order on iTunes here. Taste of Country will continue to debut the rest of the tracks for Fowler’s fans, as well as the stories behind the songs, so be sure to check back regularly through March 4, when the album releases.
Listen to Kevin Fowler, ‘If I Could Make A Livin’ Drinkin’