The Americana Music Fest was held recently in Nashville and Rolling Stone Magazine was there. The magazine singled out the Randy Rogers Band as one of the highlights of the fest.

Rolling Stone had this to say about RRB:

Just before Americana Music Festival kicked off in earnest, Randy Rogers Band invited some industry folks to preview their just-announced seventh full-band album, Nothing Shines Like Neon. They picked the perfect setting — Bobby's Idle Hour on Music Row, which, despite its rarified location, is a truly epic dive bar favored by songwriters and grizzled locals alike. Rogers made an address about getting this album done the right way (in Texas), dedicated it to the recently passed Kent Finlay (trusted friend and longtime supporter of young Texan artists), then pushed play on a set of new tunes that are straight-up country (and make no concessions to country radio). Produced by Buddy Cannon and featuring duets with Jamey Johnson, Alison Kraass and Jerry Jeff Walker, the LP's cool factor rivals that of the party they used to introduce it.