Randy Houser lands his first number one as a songwriter

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Randy Houser topped charts this week with his new smash hit ‘Goodnight Kiss’ which follows the platinum number one singles ‘How Country Feels’ and ‘Runnin’ Outta Moonlight’. The three hits are taken from his debut 2013 album HOW COUNTRY FEELS. The latest single marks Houser’s first number one as a songwriter, having penned ‘Goodnight Kiss’ with Rob Hatch and Jason Sellers. Houser is known amongst fans and industry insiders alike for his powerhouse vocals and versatile songwriting abilities. His previous successes include the 2009 number two hit ‘Boots On’ (written by Houser and Brandon Kinney) and debut power ballad ‘Anything Goes’. He has had a hand in writing numerous hits for other artists, including Trace Adkins’ 2006 smash ‘Honky Tonk Badonkadonk’ which also reached the number two spot. “I have been so blessed this past year to have such incredible success on country radio and have three number-one’s in a row,” said Houser. “But it’s especially cool to see ‘Goodnight Kiss’ up there this week and to have that recognition now as a songwriter, too.” Houser is currently performing headlining dates across the country and will open for country superstar Brad Paisley this summer.

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