About Randy Houser
It has been estimated that the current amount of Randy Houser net worth is as high as 3 million dollars, which he has earned because of his musical career. He is a country music singer and songwriter. In 2008, the singer signed a contract with Universal South Records. The label released his single called “Anything Goes”, which landed in charts. The song landed in the Top 20 of the Billboard country singles chart. It was also included on his first album of the same name. From his debut album, Randy Houser released one more single called “Boots On”, which landed in the Top 5.
In 2012, Randy Houser signed a contract with Broken Bow Records imprint Stoney Creek. His song called “How Country Feels” landed in the first place in charts. After that, his another successful single followed, called “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight”. From his third album, Randy Houser released some other singles, such as “Goodnight Kiss”, which landed in the second place on the Country Airplay chart and the first place on the Mediabase Country Chart. Randy Houser released another successful song called “Like a Cowboy”, which landed in the third place on the Country Airplay chart.
Because of this song, Randy Houser was nominated for a 2015 Country Music Association Awards Song of the Year award. The sales of these records have also increased the total size of Randy Houser net worth.
Before he focused on his singing career, Randy Houser was working as a songwriter. He co-wrote such songs as “Back That Thing Up” by Jason Moore and “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” by Trace Adkins. Thus, this career has also increased the overall size of Randy Houser net worth.
The singer was born in 1975 in Lake, Mississippi. His father was interested in music and was performing in local venues. Randy Houser learnt how to play guitar all by himself and by the time he was ten years old, he already had his own band. When he was studying at East Central Community College in Decatur, Mississippi, he created his group called 10 lb. Biscuit.
In 2002, Randy Houser moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he wanted to become a songwriter. The first song which he wrote was the previously-mentioned “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”. The single was recorded by Trace Adkins and it landed in the Top 5 in charts. After that, Randy Houser decided to become a singer and a performer. For a short period of time, he was signed to MCA Nashville but did not record any material at that time.
In 2008, he signed a contract with Universal South Records. In that year, the singer released his first single called “Anything Goes”. He sang the song on “Late Show with David Letterman”. In 2009, Randy Houser was nominated for two CMA Awards in such categories as Music Video of the Year for “Boots On” and New Artist of the Year. Randy Houser has released four studio albums called “Anything Goes”, “How Country Feels”, “They Call Me Cadillac” and “Fired Up”. The sales of them have also increased the current size of Randy Houser net worth.