Randy Houser firmly planted himself in country fans' minds when he released his debut single, "Anything Goes," in 2008. Since then, he's charted hits such as "Boots On," "How Country Feels," "Like a Cowboy" and others; the latter even received a CMA nomination for Song of the Year in 2015.

Before Houser released his own music, the Mississippi native made a career out of writing several hit songs for other artists: Trace Adkins' "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" and Justin Moore's "Back That Thing Up," to name a couple. Throughout his own career as an artist, though, Houser has released four records: Anything Goes (2008), They Call Me Cadillac (2010), How Country Feels (2013) and Fired Up (2016); his most recent record's first single, "We Went," hit No. 1.

The three-year gap between Houser's two most recent records was intentional: “We’ve waited a long time to get this new music out, because we wanted to get it right,” he says. “I put my heart and soul into my music, and every album is a reflection of where I am in my life, which hopefully other people can relate to."

If you want to catch Houser live in concert, he is hitting up a slew of festivals throughout the summer of 2017, including Country Jam and Headwaters Country Jam in June. To whet your appetite until you see the singer again, click through the photo gallery above; it's full of some great live shots of Houser.

For more information on Houser's upcoming tour stops, visit his official website.