Ropyr Madison Koe Wetzel, or simply Koe Wetzel, born on July 14, 1992, is best recognized for the ‘Hillbilly Punk-Rock’ genre, fusing country music and rock music in his singles and albums. He is a Columbia Records artist, with a previous album charting the Billboard 200 in 2019. A young singer from Texas who has recently entered the music scene, Wetzel embarks on his first U.S. record tour in 2022. Come celebrate his big day with us.
Ropyr Madison Koe Wetzel
July 14, 1992
Koe Wetzel is one of the most sought-after rising artists in country music today. His ingenuity in creating and mixing country music with rock and grunge gave him a distinct musical style recognized by listeners and fellow artists in the industry. Born on July 14, 1992, Wetzel grew up in Pittsburg, Texas. His zodiac sign is Cancer. At the early age of six, he began performing on stage while joining the tours of his mother, who was also a country singer. His father, on the other hand, worked for a construction company.
As a college student, Wetzel attended Tarleton State University and qualified for the university football team. Later, he dropped out of the team to pursue his love for music and began his career in country music. Wetzel, together with his band, then released a self-titled E.P., “Koe Wetzel and Convicts,” which was well received by his peers and young adults. This was followed by his breakout album, “Noise Complaint,” in 2016.
In 2019, he released his album, “Harold Saul High,” which charted on the Billboard 200 despite a mixed reception. In the same year, Wetzel performed at the Great Texas Balloon Race, where he was met with controversy for his refusal to accommodate requests and sarcastic retorts. His career progressed after signing with a major music label, Columbia Records, in 2020, with the release of his third album, “Sellout.” To support his album, he scheduled the 2022 U.S. Tour from March to June with 33 concerts in line.
Together with his band, they release “Noise Complaint,” which is their breakout album.
Although the second album receives mixed reviews, it charts on the Billboard 200.
He also releases his third album, “Sellout,” which is his debut with Columbia Records.
From March to June, Wetzel performs in 33 concerts.
Why We Love Koe Wetzel
He’s a country music genius
His creativity in mixing country and rock music was ingenious. It served an audience looking for something new in the music scene.
He pursued his passion for music
Despite having a football career, Wetzel still decided to pursue his dream. He is a living example that pursuing your passion can never go wrong.
His mom is his inspiration
Wetzel’s mother was also a touring country singer back in the day, which greatly influenced him while growing up. He owes his success to her.
5 Surprising Facts
His song was about a personal experience
Wetzel pertains to his arrest for public intoxication in Stephenville in the song ‘February 28, 2016.’
The inspiration for his name
As Wetzel’s mom was a country singer, his name ‘Koe’ was derived from the outlaw country singer David Allen Coe.
The name of his band
The original name of his band, Koe Wetzel and Konvicts, was dropped after the release of the album “Noise Complaint.”
He was a linebacker in college
Before pursuing his music career, Wetzel was a football player in college.
His song’s inspiration
In 2020, Wetzel signed with a major label, Columbia Records, and the title of his album “Sellout” was about this event.
Koe Wetzel FAQs
What is Koe Wetzel’s real name?
His real name is Ropyr Madison Koe Wetzel.
Is Koe Wetzel Mexican?
Wetzel is Texan.
What kind of guitar does Koe Wetzel play?
He plays his signature Gibson Les Paul.
Koe Wetzel’s birthday dates