Houston County (band)
|Origin||Houston County, Alabama, United States|
|Associated acts||James Stroud|
|Past members||Adam Hooper
Houston County was an American country music trio formerly signed to Stroudavarious Records. The group is composed of brothers Zack Hooper (lead vocals) and Adam Hooper (bass guitar), as well as John Milldrum (lead guitar). The trio released its debut single "I Can't Make It Rain" in September 2009, and it debuted at No. 58 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart dated for the week of October 31, 2009. Karlie Justus of Engine 145 gave the song a thumbs-up, saying that it had "weak opening chords" but that it was "lyrically interesting." The band has also filmed a music video for this song.
|2009||"I Can't Make It Rain"||48|
|2010||"I Can't Make It Rain"||Trey Fanjoy|
- Karlie Justus (2009-09-03). "Houston County — "I Can't Make It Rain"". Engine 145. Retrieved 2009-10-19.
- Peggy Ussery (2009-10-10). "Houston County band to film video in downtown Dothan". Dothan Eagle. Retrieved 2009-10-19.
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