Reverend Randy?

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Never mind best man. When Randy Houser participates in a wedding, he does the marrying!

The singer officiated the recent union of his good friend, songwriter Rob Hatch, to Shannan Neese, a director at performing rights organization SESAC, using his soulful pipes to pronounce his pals husband and wife.

And it was all official, he tells Country Weekly exclusively—Randy was ordained a minister to do the honors. “I am Reverend Cadillac Randolph Houser!” he posted on his Twitter site, along with a photo of the happy couple shortly after Reverend Randy did his job.

No word if the wedding party went out with their boots on!

Randy did get feet stomping early today (Sept. 21), however, with a performance on Good Morning America of his single “A Man Like Me,” from his new album, They Call Me Cadillac, which is in stores now.

Check out the Sept. 27 issue of Country Weekly (on newsstands now) for more about Randy, lessons learned from his late father, and the new album.

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