Randy Houser Gets Fired Up on New Album

Latest Project Arrives March 11 Following a Three-Year Wait

The three-year wait is over, Randy Houser fans. The singer-songwriter’s new album, Fired Up, will be released on March 11.

The 17-track album will feature songs written with Dallas Davidson and Jeffrey Steele, along with songs written by Rhett Akins, Chris Janson and Chris Stapleton, to name a few.

“I’m very excited to finally get some new music out there,” Houser said in announcing the project. “Three years is a bit longer than I expected in between How Country Feels and this record, and so much has happened in that time.”

Fired Up features the current single, “We Went.”

The new album also reunites Houser with Derek George, who produced How Country Feels. That album boasted hits such as “How Country Feels,” “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight,” “Goodnight Kiss” and “Like a Cowboy.”

On Jan. 25, Houser is set to perform an intimate, acoustic benefit concert at the Housing Works Bookstore Café in New York City. It’s his first-ever performance in there.

It’s all a part of the venue’s award-winning benefit concert series Live From Home, with all proceeds from even going to the Housing Works Inc.’s efforts to end AIDS and homelessness in NYC through advocacy, health care, housing, job training and other services.

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