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LIVE – RANDY HOUSER, Royal Oak, MI, January 11, 2013

| 15 January 2013 | Reply


Venue: Royal Oak Music Theatre

City: Royal Oak, MI, USA

Date: January 11, 2013

Photos of Randy Houser from the show

Randy Houser took the stage at the Royal Oak Music Theatre with a mission.  He wanted to entertain, play some hits, and introduce the crowd to some new tracks from his latest disc.  The energy was high and the crowd instantly responded to new tracks, as the setlist opened with two new songs.  Randy proceeded to mix in covers and even a song he wrote that became a hit for another artist.  The band was tight as they played songs that represented all three discs in Randy’s career to date.  The setlist featured three tracks from the debut, ‘Anything Goes,’ two tracks from ‘They Call Me Cadillac,’ and seven new tracks, including the title track, from ‘How Country Feels,’ not to mention several covers.  There were plenty of cowboy boot and hat wearin’, PBR drinkin’, rockin out country fans in the packed crowd that kept up with Randy and the band.  Moving through the setlist the band, featuring a guitarist, bass player, drummer, keyboard player and a slide guitar player, accompanied Randy as he made his way through the tracks almost seemlessly.  If you get the chance, see Randy now – before his star rises and he stops playing the smaller places.  This guy is going places… and I ain’t just “Whistlin’ Dixie.”


SETLIST: Sunshine On The Line – Growin’ Younger – Honky Tonk Badonkadonk – Anything Goes – Runnin’ Outta Moonlight – Jack And Diane – Like A Cowboy – Goodnight Kiss – Boots On – Absolutely Nothing – Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares) – Friends In Low Places – Somewhere South Of Memphis – My Kind Of Country – How Country Feels – Lean On Me – Movin’ On Up – Whistlin’ Dixie

Category: Live Reviews

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