Randy Houser Gives Fans a Test Drive of His ‘Cadillac’
Fans won't be able to get their hands on the highly-anticipated sophomore album from Randy Houser until September 21, but starting this week, the singer is previewing tracks from the disc online.
On Tuesday, August 10, three tracks from 'They Call Me Cadillac' will be available on Randy's official website: 'Addicted' (featuring Lee Ann Womack), 'Lowdown and Lonesome' and the album's title track. Those three are the first in a series of new songs to be released on the site in the coming weeks, to whet fans' appetites for the follow-up to Randy's 2008 debut album, 'Anything Goes.'
In addition to the weekly preview, Randy will share the origins of the tunes on the new record, offering a first-hand look at the writing and recording process behind the self-penned 12-track album.
"I'm real, real happy with how things have turned out with this new album," Randy tells The Boot. "It's definitely a more country record. I think fans can really expect something different [from me]. It's something they're not used to hearing. That's exciting for me."
The tracks and the dates they will be available are as follows:
'Lowdown And Lonesome'
'They Call Me Cadillac'
'A Man Like Me'
'Will I Always Be This Way'
'Out Here In The Country'
'Here With Me'
'Somewhere South of Memphis'
'If I Could Buy Some Time'
'Lead Me Home'