Rich O'Toole is not only one of the hardest working people in Texas Music, he also likes marijuana and jalapenos, a bunch. We know this, of course, because of his hit song "Marijuana and Jalapenos." And he's back at Electric Cowboy this Wednesday (11/21).

Based solely on his songs we also know he's fond of Robert E. Lee, 11th Street, drunk girls and crickets -- but does not like kissing liars.

Something else the native Texan likes, he likes having top 10 singles. In fact he was the first Texas singer/songwriter to have nine straight Top 10 radio singles to begin a career in the history of the Texas Music Chart. Something not even guys named Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen or Josh Abbott have done.

His run of Top 10 songs came to an end when he released "Marijuana and Jalapenos" as a single to radio. Something he knew would be risky, but wanted to do for the fans.

He did however pick right back up with his very next single" "Drunk Girl." And he hopes to start a new streak provided "Red Wine on Your Lipstick," his most recent single, can crack the coveted mark.

O'Toole is back in Tyler this Wednesday (11/21) at Electric Cowboy, congratulations to our meet and greet winners: Brittany Jones, Leslie Goodnight, Steven Simmons, Samantha McFadden and Reba Lewis. You all should've gotten an email, if you didn't email me and I'll get you squared away, Buddy@KNUE.com

There's still a chance to get on our guest list for the concert only, stop by the Radio Texas, LIVE! facebook page to get qualified.

Click here to buy your tickets now. See you all tonight.