Here in his home state of Texas, Koe Wetzel is not having any trouble moving tickets. The young Texas Music phenom is selling out venues across the Lone Star State - and still with very limited radio play.

Today (8/29) the East Texas native stepped up for victims of Hurricane Harvey, and the storms subsequent flooding, that today is still pounding South Texas. Wetzel has pledged "ALL ticket money and donations this Friday night (9/1) at our show at Cheatham Street Warehouse will be donated to those who were affected by Hurricane Harvey."

Big move for the young star. Good on you, Koe.

Wetzel's current album Noise Complaint, with help of fist pumping sing-along-songs including “Something to Talk About,” and an honest ode to late night drunken Taco Bell visits, “February 28, 2016,” has won over fans across the Lone Star State.

The band's first official release to radio "Love" featuring Parker McCollum shipped out last week.

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