Since its release, Randy's new project Magnolia has caught the eye of critics from Nashville and beyond with many folks heralding the album as “Houser at his best.”  

Critical praise for Magnolia: 

“…some of the most expressive performances of his career… He’s in his element, and truly going for it” –NPR 
“It’s a spine-tingling performance that puts him neck and neck with Chris Stapleton.”Rolling Stone 
“It’s a showstopper that puts Houser’s career on a whole new level, a sign that his artistry is now more important than success.” Newsday 
“An excellent entry into a sturdy catalog that finds the Mississippi native seamlessly layering rock, blues, and soul onto his vintage country foundation like a master craftsman." Entertainment Weekly 
Magnolia further cements why Houser is deemed one of country music’s most esteemed vocalists.”  Sounds Like Nashville 
“It's a stunning country vocal that feels effortless…. he's a dead-serious storyteller. When he leans into those talents as he does during ‘What Whiskey Does,’ he's without comparison.” Taste of Country 
“Houser is known for having one of the most soulful and expressive voices in country music. He’s at his best on ‘No Good Place to Cry’” USA Today   

After previewing the project via  NPR Music’s First Listen, the powerhouse vocalist took Magnolia across the country for street week, which included stops at Good Morning America, his iHeartCountry Album Release Party, Sirius XM, NASH FMand a slew of other cities. 

Houser will also appear on Billboard Live (details to follow) and at The GRAMMY Museum®Mississippi Presents “A Night On The River” in Los Angeles on February 7th. Tickets can be purchased here.