Houser joins Angelou on radio interview today
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
– Randy Houser will join Oprah & Friends Radio Network host Dr. Maya Angelou during her program on XM 156 and Sirius 195 today at 7 p.m. eastern and again on Saturday, Aug, 29 at 6 p.m. and Sunday, Aug, 30 at 7 a.m. eastern.
During the interview, Houser discusses his new album, "Anything Goes," family, faith, and why he loves country music. Angelou first learned of Houser after watching the music video for top five single, Boots On, which was co-written by Houser.
"It was humbling to speak to Dr. Maya Angelou," says Houser. "She proved that wisdom is earned, and money can't buy it."
Houser is preparing for CMT's eighth annual tour, co-headlining with Jamey Johnson as they join forces on CMT on Tour '09: Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser, which launches in October and will hit 30 markets across the country.
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