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RANDY HOUSER KICK THE DUST UP TOUR

RANDY HOUSER HAILED AS “THE KIND OF MALE BELTER THAT COUNTRY COULD USE” AS RAVE REVIEWS FROM KICK THE DUST UP TOUR KEEP COMING

Houser continues to honor military families at concerts along the way in partnership with Eckrich


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 25, 2015) – Following his show-stopping
performance at Nashville’s LP Field during the CMA Music Festival, which
left Rolling Stone Country saying he was “long overdue for a Male Vocalist nomination,” and the Boston Globe  proclaiming he “pulled off one of the most intimate moments seen at the stadium level,” Randy Houser continues to land rave reviews on his cross-country trek with Luke Bryan’s Kick The Dust Up Tour. Playing his third stadium date in as many weeks at TFC Bank Stadium in Minneapolis over the weekend, Houser was again hailed by the StarTribune
as “the kind of male belter that country could use, offer[ing] Sam
Smith’s ‘Stay with Me,’ which wasn’t worthy of Houser’s big vocal
range.”

Tulsa World
echoed those sentiments just days before during a tour stop in Tulsa,
Okla., saying the chart-topping artist “brought a vocal game that was
completely on point” and touting “the incredible strength and range of
his voice.”

While Houser maintains a grueling touring schedule and continues to work
on new music for his forthcoming album, he has also partnered with Eckrich®
for the second year to honor military families with VIP concert
experiences throughout the tour and gifts of free groceries courtesy of
Eckrich. Most recently, Houser surprised Army National Guard Specialist
Justin Green and his family at the show in Minneapolis and Retired Army
Specialist Patrick Heier and his wife Teresa at the Cricket Wireless
Amphitheater in Bonner Springs, Kan. He also surprised Sergeant Nate
Miracle and his family with an outdoor makeover for their home in
Clarksville, Tenn., complete with a renovated front porch and backyard
upgrade including a new deck, luxury grill, picnic table and
professional landscaping. Houser then gave the family a private acoustic
performance and gifted Sgt. Miracle with a new guitar and private
lesson, all on behalf of Eckrich.

Houser will continue on the Kick The Dust Up Tour this week as his new single, “We Went,” continues to power up the country radio charts.

 Photo Credit: Joseph Llanes

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