Randy Houser To Release New Album, ‘Magnolia’, In November

Following his return to country radio with “What Whiskey Does,” Randy Houser has announced his new full-length album, Magnolia, will be released Nov. 2 via Stoney Creek Records. Also released today is “No Stone Unturned” a new song off the new album, and one of Houser’s personal favorites. Houser will launch his “Magnolia Tour” in October.

For nearly two years, Houser worked with co-producer Keith Gattis’ in his studio in East Nashville, exploring the sounds that would result in Magnolia.

“This album was a total reset for me in every way possible. With the last album, I just didn’t have time to create, and it was obvious that it didn’t all come from my guts. Because of that, the music just didn’t feel as genuine,” said Houser. “When writing for this new project, I knew the production had to lean on songs and melodies, not a bunch of tricks and loops. That was the catalyst for album. So, for the past two years we’ve been focused on trying to find a unique sound and trying to best serve the songs.”

Tickets for the “Magnolia Tour” will go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. local time on www.RandyHouser.com. Additional dates will be announced at a later date. Fans who purchase tickets to the “Magnolia Tour” will also receive a copy of the Magnolia album with every purchase (one redemption per transaction).

Magnolia Track Listing:

“No Stone Unturned” (Randy Houser, Dallas Davidson)
“Our Hearts (feat. Lucie Silvas)” (Randy Houser, Kylie Sackley, Rob Hatch)
“What Whiskey Does (feat. Hillary Lindsey)” (Randy Houser, Keith Gattis, Hillary Lindsey)
“Whole Lotta Quit” (Randy Houser, Travis Meadows)
“No Good Place to Cry” (Randy Houser, Gary Nicholson)
“New Buzz” (Randy Houser, Keith Gattis, Jeff Trott)
“Nothin’ On You” (Randy Houser, Jaren Johnston, Tony Lane)
“What Leaving Looks Like” (Randy Houser, John Osborne, James Otto)
“High Time” (Randy Houser, Brice Long)
“Mama Don’t Know” (Randy Houser, Jaren Johnston, Tony Lane)
“Running Man” (Randy Houser, Jeffrey Steele)
“Evangeline” (Randy Houser, James Otto )

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