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Artist Spotlight – Randy Houser

September 20, 2011

Randy Houser was born with musical talent in his blood. His father played at small venues around Lake, Mississippi, Randy’s hometown, and greatly influenced his son. From a young age, Randy knew he wanted to be a musician, and at only 13 years old, he started his first band.

He continued performing through college until 2002 when he moved to Nashville in hopes to start a songwriting career.  Popular Country star Trace Adkins recorded “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”, one of the first songs Houser co-wrote.  Astounded by the success of this song, Houser made the decision to go back to performing.  He had a minor label deal and performed locally in Nashville, but didn’t meet true triumph until 2008.

Finally, he conquered his dream and signed a deal with Universal South Records. “Anything Goes”, his debut album, featured his “Boots On”, a song that quickly reached a spot in his top ten hits. “Boots On” reached number two on the U.S. Hot Country Songs.

Since then, he has released a second album, entitled “They Call Me Cadillac” and many new singles such as “I’m All About It” and “A Man Like Me.” “In God’s Time”, a single he released in early 2011, has fans anxiously anticipating a third album, which he is currently working on.

As his career heats up, Country Fans are expecting big things from Randy.

Catch Randy Houser  perform for FREE at the Topsfield Fair on Friday October 7th at 7PM in the Grandstand. Buy your fair admission tickets NOW <insert ticket hyperlink>

Watch Randy Houser’s music video for “Boots On” below

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