Randy Houser

Randy Houser

Randy Houser

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Randy Houser is a country music artist and lyricist of America. He Signed for Universal South Records back in the year 2008, he came up with the single “Anything Goes”. It hit Top 20 hit on the Billboard nation singles list and was the headline track of his entrance album, which additionally delivered his first Top 5 hit, “Boots On”. In 2012, he moved to Broken Bow Records engrave Stoney Creek. He achieved Number One with “How Country Feels”, the title track to his third album, and with “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” in 2013. The following singles from the same album were “Goodnight Kiss”, which achieved number 1 on the Mediabase Country Chart along with number 1 on the Country Airplay chart.

Randy Houser is a man revived. The Lake, Mississippi local says he doesn’t know how it happened, but he is glad all the same. “I must have done something right before”, he says. Those positive vibes of rejuvenating wave through Houser’s three successive No. 1 hits, “How Country Feels,” “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” and “Goodnight Kiss,” which as of late turned into Houser’s first No. 1 as a lyricist however he has composed various hits for artists throughout the years. “How Country Feels” was his first-ever No. 1 at radio, and both it and “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” earned RIAA Platinum accreditations. Every one of the three melodies is from Houser’s Stoney Creek Records debut, How Country Feels, which came in mid 2013. The title track and lead single started a rapidly spreading fire of awards and media appearances including CONAN, NBC Nightly News, NBC Weekend Today and CBS’s “On the Couch”.

Randy Houser’s “We Went” has given him another No. 1 hit at national radio, giving a major beginning to his most recent album, Fired Up. In any case, as per one of its writer, the tune never at any point made it to the demo stage. The up-rhythm melody depicts a couple out for a joyride in the nation who winds up running from the cops, tearing through cornfields and dancing at a most loved and memorable night out.

Randy Houser’s performances at concerts were precisely what us old school Southern rock and nation fans need to convince us to return our ears to the speakers and begin listening to the nation station at the end of the day. Like me, if you have abandoned your dearest country rock sound regularly being a piece of modern country music once more, we can hope that it is live again because of this artist.

Heartfelt and soul-filled with great hitting power, Houser’s voice is simple and strong together. A few voices are simply colossal, so sizable an audience can fall in. Houser has that kind of voice. An expert entertainer, he can vivify a song’s verses with feel and even closeness. Houser connects with the edges of his extent and potential outcomes. Listening to him talk with the audiences proves that this performance is true and an expansion of his vitality and his identity.

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