POWERHOUSE RANDY HOUSER ANNOUNCESNOTE TO SELFSET FOR NOVEMBER 11 Mississippi Native Co-Wrote All 10 Tracks, including lead single “Note To Self,” Climbing the Charts at Country Radio Now “Workin’ Man” Set for Release This Friday, June 25SIXTH STUDIO ALBUM
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As the title track climbs the charts at Country radio, Billboard lauded “golden-voiced Mississippi native” Randy Houser announces his sixth studio album Note To Self, produced by Houser and Blake Chancey and featuring 10 tracks all co-written by the powerhouse vocalist, set for release November 11 via Magnolia Music Group. Pre-order and pre-save HERE. “Blake and I worked on this record a long time, and I’m really looking forward to sharing the rest of it with the folks who’ve already shown how excited they are for new music,” says the man dubbed as “one of the best voices in the genre” by Rolling Stone. “This album came together at a time when I was reflecting on who I am and what’s important to me, envisioning the kind of future I’d like to see for myself and my family,” Houser elaborates. Set for release this Friday, “Workin’ Man” (pre-save HERE), written by Houser with Randy Montana, illuminates the tenacity and persistence of America’s blue-collar workers among the struggles they face day-to-day to support themselves and their families: Morning coffee in his steel toe boots Drink it up, lace ‘em up, light that fuse Ain’t stacking nothing but some IOU’s Workin’ man Can’t be late, can’t catch a break BC Powder cause everything aches Cold six pack, end of the day Workin’ man Singing whoa Whatcha gonna do Woman needs loving And the kids need shoes Ain’t nothing left when he pays them dues Workin’ man Whoa, where ya gonna turn Daddy said, “Son,better listen, better learn Ain’t nobody shelling out no concerns for the workin’ man” Yeah, I’ve seen it first-hand, buddy, just like you That’s why I’m out here singing these blue-collar blues For the workin’ man Album opener and recently released “Still That Cowboy” was written by Houser, Matt Rogers and Josh Hoge as an ode to his wife Tatiana as the couple prepares for their second child together, with CMT.com sharing “Houser has never been afraid to sing country music, and ‘Still That Cowboy’ spotlights the genre’s tenets as much as anything Houser has ever released. His baritone rings against the backdrop of the pedal steel guitar as he delivers the song written for his wife.” “Note To Self,” Houser’s first taste of new music since 2019’s critically-acclaimed Magnolia, marked his “powerful return” with MusicRow boasting Houser “remains one of country music’s very finest vocalists. His return is most welcome, especially with such a strong song of regretful hindsight. His extraordinary voice is absolutely fierce as this hair-raising pile driver reaches its climax.” Houser also released an innovative video for the single, directed by internationally acclaimed cinematographer Jay Christensen and co-directed by Spencer S. Peter, shot in one take entirely by a drone. Filmed in downtown Nashville, the video follows Houser performing solo from Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, across the alley and to the historic stage of Ryman Auditorium where he joins his full band, with Whiskey Riff sharing, “the video perfectly sums up every inspiring country music star’s journey, playing bar to bar on Broadway in hopes of catching the eye of the right people, with ambitions of playing on the Ryman Auditorium stage, the Mother Church of country music.” With multiple sold-out shows so far in 2022, including an at-capacity stop at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Houser wrapped his co-headlining tour with longtime friend Jamey Johnson in April and heads back out on the road this summer for a slew of headlining shows, festival dates and select performances with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cody Johnson and Travis Tritt. For dates, tickets and additional information, visit RandyHouser.com. Along with preparing new music and a relentless touring schedule, Houser landed on-screen roles in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming film Killers of the Flower Moon starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and more, as well as the inspiring The Hill starring Dennis Quaid. Note To Self Tracklist: 1. Still That Cowboy (Randy Houser, Matt Rogers, Josh Hoge) 2. Workin’ Man (Randy Houser, Randy Montana) 3. Note To Self (Randy Houser, Casey Beathard, Ross Copperman, Bobby Pinson) 4. Country ‘Round Here Tonight (Randy Houser, Brice Long, Jeff Hyde) 5. Take It To The Bank (Randy Houser, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tindell) 6. Call Me (Randy Houser, Paul Overstreet, Andrew Albert) 7. Out And Down (Randy Houser, Matt Rogers, Chris DeStefano) 8. Rub A Little Dirt On It (Randy Houser, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell) 9. American Dreamer (Randy Houser, Brad Warren, Brett Warren) 10. Remember How To Pray (Randy Houser, Kendell Marvel) About Randy Houser With an inimitable voice the New York Times describes as “wholly different, thicker and more throbbing, a caldron bubbling over,” Randy Houser racked up three consecutive No. 1 hits and more than four million in singles sales to date with his Stoney Creek Records album, How Country Feels. He topped the charts with the title track, “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” and “Goodnight Kiss” (also his first No. 1 as a songwriter) and earned critical acclaim for his powerful delivery of the Top 5 smash and CMA Song of the Year-nominated “Like A Cowboy.” Houser added a fourth No. 1 to his catalogue with “We Went” from his 2016 album, Fired Up. Following 2019’s critically acclaimed Magnolia, Houser’s sixth studio album Note To Self is set for release on November 11, via Magnolia Music Group, with the title track climbing the charts at Country radio. For more information, go to RandyHouser.com.