Anything Goes by Randy Houser

Mississippi native Randy Houser is blessed with a rich, expansive voice, and his debut album features a few songs that rise to its level—first and foremost the hit title cut, a keenly observed lament about a breakup’s bitter toll penned by Brice Long and John Wayne Wiggins.

At the other end of the emotional scale is Randy’s own hilarious “Lie” (co-written with Shane Minor and Reed Nielsen), which is just as satisfying in its own way.

There’s too much humdrum material surrounding those peaks, but Anything Goes is still a solid start for a promising talent.

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