Powerhouse vocalist Randy Houser has been said to have “true musical horsepower” by Country Weekly and GAC asserts, “one listen to his soulful singing is enough to convince you that you’re listening to a star.”  As reported exclusively on AOL’s The Boot this morning, Houser will release his third album, How Country Feels, on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. His first release on new record label Stoney Creek Records features the Top-10-and-rising and No. 1 Billboard Heatseekers smash hit “How Country Feels,” and will be available everywhere music is sold.

The follow-up to his critically-acclaimed sophomore album They Call Me Cadillac is a 15-track disc including seven songs penned by Houser, and is named for the hit “How Country Feels,” Houser’s fastest-climbing which has sold over 250k singles to-date. Maintaining his label as a “true singer’s singer,” (Roughstock), Houser brings the same quality craftsmanship to the new album that brought him No. 2 smash hit “Boots On,” poignant ballad “Anything Goes,” fan-favorite crowd stomper, “Whistlin’ Dixie,” and made him the Most-Played New Artist on country radio in 2009 (Country Aircheck).

How Country Feels is produced by Derek George – the first person Houser ever met when he first moved to Nashville. “I’ve wanted to work with him since day one,” says Houser. “We just clicked… he comes from my home state of Mississippi and we share a similar creative vision that I think really shines through on this new album… can’t wait for ya’ll to hear it!”

How Country Feels Track Listing: 
Label: Stoney Creek Records (sister label to Jason Aldean’s Broken Bow Records)
Producer: Derek George
1. “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” (3:14)
2. “Growin’ Younger” (4:53) (co-written by Houser)
3. “Top Of The World” (3:17)
4. “The Singer” (4:20)
5. “Power Of A Song” (3:41) (co-written by Houser)
6. “Absolutely Nothing” (3:02)
7. “Wherever Love Goes” (with Kristy Lee Cook) (4:16)
8. “Like A Cowboy” (4:21) (co-written by Houser)
9. “How Country Feels” (3:05)
10. “Along For The Ride” (3:34) (co-written by Houser)
11. “Sunshine On the Line” (3:20) (co-written by Houser)
12. “Goodnight Kiss” (3:27) (co-written by Houser)
13. “Let’s Not Let It” (3:09)
14. “Shine” (4:56)
15. “Route 3 Box 250 D” (3:52) (co-written by Houser)

Recently wrapping up his headlining Jagermeister Presents Tour, Houser is currently on the road performing at venues across the U.S., bringing fans over 200 dates per year. For a full list of stops, visit www.randyhouser.com.