Get a sneak peek of Randy Houser’s sophomore album

Singer-songwriter Randy Houser — most known for his rabble-rousing “Boots On” single (and more importantly the head-banging baby video that went along with it) — is offering fans the opportunity to listen to his sophomore album, “They Call Me Cadillac,” weeks before it’s released. 

Starting Aug. 10, fans can head over to and get an advance listening to songs “Lowdown and Lonesome,” “They Call Me Cadillac” and “Addicted.” After that, each week leading up to the album’s drop date — Sept. 21 — Houser will release another set of songs off the album for fans. Houser will also share the origins of the tracks and offer fans a first-hand look at the writing and recording process.


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