Randy Houser ‘Addicted’ to Lee Ann Womack
On his debut album, 'Anything Goes,' Randy Houser had the privilege of working with none other than Vince Gill on the track, 'How Many Times.' As Randy went back into the studio this past year to begin laying down tracks for his sophomore project, he felt strongly that one song in particular, 'Addicted,' called for the addition of a very unique, angelic voice.
"I got Lee Ann Womack to come sing some background vocals for me on this record," Randy tells The Boot. "It's not like a duet or anything. She was just the only voice that I could hear singing this one little part. I don't even know if people will know it's her when they listen to the record, but I think that we have it out there enough where they can tell it's her. It's just this one little part that I heard her singing on. She was cool enough to come do it. It sounds so cool!"
Randy's album, 'They Call Me Cadillac,' is scheduled for release sometime this summer. The album's current single, 'I'm All About It,' is at radio now.