The Texas-based singer/songwriter Owen Temple immersed himself in his father’s country music collection at an extremely young age, understanding how to sing by hearing records by Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, Robert Earl Keen, Jr., and Adam McMurtry. After relocating to Austin to wait the College or university of Tx, Temple began composing songs, intensely concentrating on the build of these who emerged before him. His debut record, General Store, made an appearance in 1997; Passing Through adopted two years later on. However, university graduation loomed forward, and Temple eventually decided to use his dual levels in finance as well as the liberal arts to become monetary analyst. The move was short-term, and Temple resurfaced in 2002 along with his third work, Right Here and today. He then came back to school, going after a graduate level in psychology, however the lure of nation music known as him back again to the studio room. Linking up with Texas-music veteran Lloyd Maines, Temple combined stories of heartache and wish on Two 1000 Kilometers, slated for launch in early 2008.