Randy Houser’s Son Finally Recognizes Daddy’s Song

“That was the coolest thing about ‘How Country Feels’ so far to me,” Randy says

So you might remember that Randy Houser's son, West, really likes when Daddy plays his hit "How Country Feels" at home.

Lil' West, who just turned 1, likes to dance around when Daddy churns it out in person. But the small fry would never recognize it on the radio.

Nope, instead, West's favorite song on the radio was Luke Bryan's "Drunk on You," Randy told reporters recently.

"My song would come on all the time, and he never would respond," Randy said. "You know, 'Goo goo ga ga.'"

But that just changed the other day.

"'How Country Feels' comes on, and he goes, 'Dada!' Just like that. I was like, 'What?' That was the coolest thing about 'How Country Feels' so far to me. You know, it finally clicked with him."


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