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Johnson, Houser announce Country Cadillac Tour

Tuesday, January 12, 2021 – Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser announced they will tour the south together in February on the Country Cadillac Tour.

The shows, which will be socially distanced, start on Feb. 5 at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, Texas and include stops in Orlando, Atlanta, Myrtle Beach, S.C. and Birmingham, Ala.

Presale tickets are available Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. local time to Thursday, Jan. 14 at 10 p.m. local time and public on sale begins this Friday, Jan. 15 at 10 a.m. local at jameyjohnson.com/tour and randyhouser.com. Tickets are only available online for this socially distance live tour.

The two longtime friends will perform acoustically and swap stories and songs.

In their early days in Nashville, Johnson and Houser were part of a close-knit group that also included Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Dallas Davison and Rob Hatch that supported each other personally and professionally as they wrote songs, signed record deals and garnered radio hits and industry awards. Johnson, Houser and Davidson wrote "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," which was a hit for Trace Adkins.

Johnson and Houser performed onstage together throughout the years, most recently singing "Lead Me Home" and "Evangeline" at Farm Aid.

Dates are:
Feb. 5 Fort Worth, Texas Billy Bob's
Feb. 19-20 Mobile, Ala. Saenger Theatre
Feb. 25 Orlando Dr. Phillips Center Fontyard Festival
Feb. 26-27 Atlanta Coca-Cola Roxy
March 12-13 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
March 18-19 New Braunfels, Texas Whitewater Amphitheatre
April 15 Huntsville, Ala. Von Braun Center
April 16-17 Birmingham, Ala. Avondale Brewery


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