Houser preps soph disc
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Houser preps soph disc

Monday, May 17, 2010 – Randy Houser will release his 12-track sophomore studio album, "They Call Me Cadillac," on Tuesday, Sept. 14 on Show Dog-Universal Music. The release follows his 2008 debut "Anything Goes," which had the hit Boots On, earning him Country Aircheck's number one most played New Artist of 2009 honor.

"I put my heart into this record," said Houser. "We went into the studio with a direction in mind, conceptually, for the album, and the result is something I'm really proud of. I think people are ready to hear real country music again, and I'm one of them."

The disc's song list includes contributions from writers such as Brice Long, who also penned Houser's debut single and title track, Anything Goes, along with Mark D. Sanders contributing to the current single, I'm All About It. Womack sings the background vocals on Addicted. The album was produced by Cliff Audretch and Mark Wright.

Songs on the CD are:

1 "Lowdown and Lonesome"
2 "They Call Me Cadillac"
3 "Addicted"
4 "Man Like Me"
5 "Will I Always Be This Way"
6 "Out Here In The Country"
7 "I'm All About It"
8 "Here With Me"
9 "Whistlin' Dixie"
10 "Somewhere South Of Memphis"
11 "If I Could Buy Me Some Time"
12 "Lead Me Home"

Houser will make appearances in support of the new album before joining Gary Allan on the "Get Off on the Pain" Tour commencing later this fall with Jerrod Niemann.


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