Touring troubadour Randy Houser has spent most of 2010 on the road, crossing the country on Miranda Lambert's Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars tour and Gary Allan's Get Off on the Pain tour, as well as headlining his own shows. The Mississippi native shows his Delta roots on every set, mixing his traditional country sound with a healthy dose of blues and Southern rock on songs like 'Anything Goes,' ''A Man Like Me,' Boots On,' 'Whistlin' Dixie' and the occasional Waylon Jennings or Lynyrd Skynyrd cover.

The Boot caught up with Randy on a tour stop in Houston, Texas, to see what life is like for him on tour and backstage. The notoriously good-natured country singer gave us a peek at everything from catering to creating a set-list, as our cameras followed him from arrival to his performance for a few thousand adoring fans at the Ziegenbock Music Festival at Sam Houston Race Park. Watch our exclusive 'On the Road With Randy Houser' video below, and be sure to look out for a few celebrity cameos.

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