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Randy Houser

Randy Houser is originally from Mississippi where he was in close contact with the traditional country music and what it is usually called the Delta blues. When he was seven years old, his parents divorced, but he spent a lot of time close to his father, a musician. As a teenager, he started to write songs. Influenced by the unexpected death of his father, at 21, he moved to Nashville to pursue his dream of becoming a musician. Shortly after his relocation, he was noticed by some music head hunters and offered the opportunity to record a couple of demo songs. As more and more demos were offered, he was noticed by Windswept Publishing with whom he signed a contract in 2003. The hit ‘Honky-Tonk Badonkadonk’ was written for Trace Adkins, together with Dallas Davidson and Jamey Johnson. Other hits followed, among which ‘Back That Thing Up’, for Justin Moore, ‘Coming From You’, for George Canyon and ‘If You Ever Went Away’, by John Michael Montgomery. His debut, ‘Anything Goes’ was released in 2009, following the signature of a contract with Universal South.