Houser visits Fox & Friends: Weekend
Friday, October 9, 2009
– Randy Houser will perform Saturday, Oct. 10 on the outdoor stage at Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends: Weekend. Houser will perform his recent hit single Boots On,
from his debut album "Anything Goes" and his new single Whistlin' Dixie,
making its national television debut.
Written by Houser and Kim Tribble, the song impacts radio Nov. 2 and will appear on Houser's sophomore album scheduled for release early 2010.
On being in New York City to launch his co-headlining tour with longtime friend Jamey Johnson, Houser said, "Kicking off this tour in one of the biggest cities in the world and being able to play my music for a national TV audience while in town is pretty cool. There's a little bit of country everywhere, even in the Big Apple."
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