This is Randy Houser. I was talking to Reggie Neel, from WXBQ, earlier tonight, and he told me to “watch out for Randy Houser.” So of course, I immediately went to Randy’s MySpace Page to get the details. Randy’s song “Anything Goes” premiered on radio stations today. And, if you haven’t heard it on the radio yet, please go to his MySpace page and listen to it. He has several other songs there you can listen to as well.
The information that follows is from Randy’s web site. Randy said he can never remember a time that he didn’t have something to make music with. He grew up with his mom and sister in Lake, Miss. And wrote that he felt like the man of the house even before he was one. “I’d spend a few weeks with my Daddy every summer and Christmas. He’d teach me a new chord or song while I was there,” Randy said.
Randy said he started fronting bands at about 13 years old, and continued playing through high school. He received a scholarship to East Central Community College, and discovered music could actually help him pay for some education. By the end of his second year of college, he had a band called 10 lb. Biscuit, and played about three nights a week.
He is now writing, and is recording for Universal Records South. Be sure to check out his web site, listen for his song on the radio – and if you hadn’t heard it yet, call your favorite radio station and request it. It’s called “Anything Goes,” and it’s good.
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