Randy Houser's goodwill tour continues: The "We Went" singer, as part of his ongoing partnership with Eckrich and Operation Homefront, surprised another veteran with free groceries for a year.

Houser met with Army veteran Corporal Aaron Woods and his family at a recent concert stop in Boise, Idaho, on May 14 and shared the good news that they were the chosen recipients of free groceries for a year at a local Albertson's grocery store.

“Any time I can spend some time with a military family is special for me,” Houser says. “These families have sacrificed so much so I can go out and perform and do what I love. It was great to meet the Woods family, hear their story and have them enjoy the concert courtesy of my partner, Eckrich.”

As part of his role with Operation Homefront, Houser has hosted military families at several of his concerts, as well as given them special surprises, including a trip for one family to Tucson, Ariz.

"The men and women who serve this country, and their families, sacrifice so much to protect our freedom," the Mississippi native notes. "It's an honor to have the opportunity to show our appreciation and join Eckrich in supporting military families with Operation Homefront."

Houser is juggling being a dad to his three-year-old son West and planning a wedding with his fiancee Tatiana Starzynski with serving as the opening act on Luke Bryan's 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour. In his limited free time, he's also working on a new album, which will be the follow-up to his 2013 How Country Feels record.

“I’m gone most of the time, and when I do get home, the most important thing is spending what time I have with my little boy,” Houser notes. “I know it’s going to be a slower process for me this time, so I’m starting it earlier.”

A list of all of Houser's upcoming concerts is available on his website.

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