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    ALEX KAUTZ heads back to Nashville for the “We’re All Gonna Die” Tour

    Arlington, tx — ALEX KAUTZ is an American singer/songwriter from Mansfield, Texas. He learned how to play guitar at a young age and has been writing music ever since – but it doesn’t stop there! The captivating imagery of KAUTZ’s music videos have been a source of enjoyment and comfort for KAUTZ’s fans who are eager to see what the upcoming tour has in store for them,

    ALEX KAUTZ’s Sophomore album, “We’re All Gonna Die” has been turning heads for 9 months since its release. The 8 song album carries enough punch to have every song featured on the radio. KAUTZ, from Dallas, is headed to Nashville in September for a string of tour dates.

    The setlist for ALEX KAUTZ’s We’re All Gonna Die tour features songs from both of ALEX KAUTZ’s albums along with a few of his hit singles – “Spicy”, “REGAL”, “Blame it on the Alcohol” and “Texas Dust” most notably. KAUTZ says, “I’ve been looking forward to these tour dates in Nashville because that’s where I went during the pandemic to find gigs and was welcomed with open arms. The people of Nashville are incredibly welcoming to my genre-bending style. It doesn’t just have to be country music there! I’m so excited for the tour and can’t wait to share my music with the wonderful people of Tennessee.”

    ALEX KAUTZ has been writing songs since the age of 13, but the now 27 year old says that his current album is the album of his life. The songs display a wide arrangement of topics coming from a very distinct perspective. The album might be called We’re All Gonna Die, but KAUTZ’s fans are living for it.

    ALEX’s determination and perseverance is unparalleled. The grit and honesty of his first single “Don’t Turn out the Lights” from his debut album, “Alex in Wonderland” proves KAUTZ is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. We asked ALEX about a junior album, and he won’t disclose the details just yet but has confirmed there is one in the works.

    Stream the sophomore album, “We’re All Gonna Die” by ALEX KAUTZ on Spotify.




    ALEX KAUTZ is an American songwriter from Mansfield, Texas amassing over 1 million streams on Spotify. In 2020, KAUTZ’s debut album – “Alex in Wonderland“, was featured by Taco Bell/FEED THE BEAT’s “Artist To Watch” campaign. After moving to Nashville the same year, Alex showed his androgynous side on ABC’s American Idol – where Lionel Richie compared Kautz to David Bowie. You can catch Alex on the Investigation Discovery Channel (In Pursuit with John Walsh – episode: Twisted Mysteries). We’re All Gonna Die – Alex’s sophomore album, “We’re All Gonna Die” released November 29, 2021.


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    Name: ALEX KAUTZ
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