Randy Houser’s new ‘Cadillac’

Randy Houser has got his boots on—again. The soulful Mississippi-born singer will release They Call Me Cadillac on Sept. 14. Its the follow-up to his 2008 album Anything Goes, which featured the Top 5 hit, "Boots On."

The new set features Randy's current single,"I'm All About It," along with 11 other tracks, including "Whistlin' Dixie," the first single from the album. Lee Ann Womack offers background vocals on the Mark D. Sanders tune, "Addicted."

"We went into the studio with a direction in mind, conceptually, for the album, and the result is something I'm really proud of," Randy says in a press release. "I think people are ready to hear real country music again, and I'm one of them."

Country music fans who plan to visit Nashville's Country Music Association Music Festival this year just might get a first listen at some of the tunes. Randy will perform at LP Field on June 12.

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