Randy Houser Unveils Shiny New ‘Cadillac’ in September
Randy Houser is set to release his sophomore album, 'They Call Me Cadillac,' Sept. 14 on Show Dog-Universal Music. Crowned Country Aircheck's Most Played New Artist of 2009, Randy's debut disc, 'Anything Goes' featured the Top 5 hit, 'Boots On.'
"I put my heart into this record," says Randy. "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."
Songwriter Brice Long, who co-penned Randy's debut single and first album's title cut, 'Anything Goes,' also contributes to the new disc, along with Mark D. Sanders who wrote Randy's latest single, 'I'm All About It.' Sanders is perhaps best known as the co-writer of 'I Hope You Dance,' by Lee Ann Womack, who also contributes background vocals on the new album's 'Addicted.'
Randy is nominated for the 2010 CMT Music Awards' fan-voted Nationwide On Your Side Award, honoring the year's top new country star. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, June 9 during the CMT Music Awards airing live from Nashville.
'They Call Me Cadillac' Track Listing
'Lowdown and Lonesome'
'They Call Me Cadillac'
'Man Like Me'
'Will I Always Be This Way'
'Out Here in the Country'
'I'm All About It'
'Here With Me'
'Somewhere South of Memphis'
'If I Could Buy Me Some Time'
'Lead Me Home'
Randy Houser on AOL Music