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Randy Houser

Randy Houser is a renowned country music singer and songwriter from America. One of his most notable works is ‘Anything Goes’, which ranked among the top 20 hit of Billboard country singles. Earlier signed with Universal South Records, he moved to the Broken New Records, and went to number one with his ‘How Country Feels’. He is also a song writer, who has given important numbers like ‘Honky Tonk Badonkadonk’, ‘My Cowboy’ and ‘Back That Thing Up’.

Randy Houser was born in Mississippi, and his passion for music was apparent from a very young age itself. He had started performing major parts in bands from the age of 13 only, and continued playing gigs through his high school years. When he was in East Central Community College, he formed a local band named 10lb. Biscuit. The band was a success, and he started realizing the financial benefits of singing and songwriting as well.

In 2002, Randy moved to Nashville, and grabbed a deal of song publishing. His ‘Honky Tonk Badonkadonk’ single for Trace Adkins became a major hit in 2005. Later, he landed a record deal of Universal South Records, and released ‘Anything Goes’ in 2008. His debut album, Anything Goes, was also released the same year. In 2010, his second album named They Call Me Cadillac came, which peaked number 8 on Billboard Country charts. In 2011, Houser left Universal, and signed with the Stoney Creek division of Broken Bow Records.

Randy Houser is a renowned country music singer and songwriter from America. One of his most notable works is ‘Anything Goes’, which ranked among the top 20 hit of Billboard country singles. Earlier signed with Universal South Records, he moved to the Broken New Records, and went to number one with his ‘How Country Feels’. He is also a song writer, who has given important numbers like ‘Honky Tonk Badonkadonk’, ‘My Cowboy’ and ‘Back That Thing Up’.

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