After co-headlining an acoustic tour with Jamey Johnson earlier this year, Randy Houser will kick off 2022 with a brand new 26-city tour, beginning Jan. 21 and wrapping at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium in mid-March. Rising singer-songwriter Ella Langley will be joining Houser on the road; she has previously opened for Johnson as well as country artists like Riley Green, Montgomery Gentry and Parker McCollum. In a statement, Houser said about the tour: “I’ve been spending a lot of time in the studio recording some songs and it’s time we play some of these live.”
Houser’s last album, Magnolia, arrived in January 2019; it was originally scheduled for release the prior year, but Houser delayed putting it out in order to finish the short film he created to go along with his project. Magnolia contains the singles “What Whiskey Does,” a duet with Hillary Lindsey, and “No Stone Unturned.”
Tickets for Houser’s headlining tour are on sale now via Ticketmaster.
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