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Country music fans were introduced to the voice of Randy Houser in 2008. Hailing from Mississippi, Houser's father was a professional musician himself. He started performing at local venues in his city and formed a band named 10 lb. Biscuit while attending East Central Community College.
Houser moved to Nashville in 2002 and began his career as a songwriter. The first hit of his career was Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, a single co-written by Dallas Davidson and Jamey Johnson. Trace Adkins recorded the song for his album “Songs About Me” which came out in 2005 and charted among top five singles. Following this, his focus shifted to performing and he started doing gigs in Nashville and signed a deal with MCA Nashville.
It was in 2008 however, that he released his first studio album “Anything Goes” with Universal South Records. The album's lead single Anything Goes was written by Houser himself along with John Wiggins and Brice Long. The song was performed on Late Show with David Letterman. This led to Houser's early publicity and the song reached number sixteen on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The second single from the album was Boots On which charted at number two. The single also earned him two CMA Awards nominees. Overall, it was a successful album which peaked at number one on the US Billboard Top Heatseekers.
Houser co-wrote the debut single titled Back That Thing Up for Justin Moore of Valory Music Group. He also co-wrote Mr. Cowboy for the debut album of Jessie James which came out in October 2009. The same year, he released Whistlin' Dixie which served as the lead single of his second studio album “They Call Me Cadillac” that was released in 2010. The next single was A man Like Me co-written with James Clark and Danny Green. The song entered the Billboard at number 31. The album charted at number eight on the US Billboard Country Albums chart.
In 2011, Houser signed a deal with Broken Bow Records and with it in 2014 gave the single How Country Feels. The song made it to the top of the Country Airplay chart and served as the lead single of the album “How Country Feels” which was released in January 2013. The second single from the album, Runnin' Outta Moonlight became Houser's second number one single and was followed by Goodnight Kiss which made it to the second number. The album entered the US Billboard at number eleven and at number three on the US Billboard Top Country Albums.
Houser tours extensively across the US, both solo and along with other artists like Justin Moore, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Eric Paslay, and many more. Catch him performing live in your city as he kicks off his 2014 tour by getting Randy Houser tickets.
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