Quaid plays James Hill, a traveling pastor who becomes an overbearing influence on Rickey Hill, his sandlot baseball phenom son. The pastor thinks he’s protecting the boy because of health concerns and fear of how others will treat the youth because of his physical disabilities. But Rickey is determined to overcome those setbacks to fulfill his dream of playing professional baseball and making his father proud. The cast includes Colin Ford, Joelle Carter and country star Randy Houser, with Bonnie Bedelia and Scott Glenn.
“The last few years, I had more time to really reflect on what parts of my life mean the most to me,” shares Randy. “I’m grateful to have the opportunity to write songs and perform around the globe doing what I love, but ultimately, my family are my world.”
"Still That Cowboy” is co-written by Randy, Matt Rogers and Josh Hoge.
Randy Houser Signs as Flagship Artist
Radio Promotion Team Includes Co-VPs Heather Propper, Kimmie Trosdahl
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Magnolia Music Group launches today with Platinum-selling Country musician Randy Houser as its flagship artist. Heather Propper and Kimmie Trosdahl join as Co-VPs of Radio Promotion; Emily Hoch signs on as Coordinator and Kyleigh Roberts joins as Director of Content.
Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser Renew Their 2021 Sold-Out Tour by Launching Country Cadillac Tour Part 2 - Special Acoustic Performance Together
Due to overwhelming demand, country singer/songwriters Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser will reboot their highly successful 2021 tour to share the stage once again on the co-headlining Country Cadillac Tour Part 2.
It begins on March 24 at Epic Event Center in Ashwaubenon, WI. (See more tour dates below.) Additional dates are being added as requests continue to roll in.
The Presale begins on Wednesday, Jan. 19 at noon CT and Public On Sale will begin on Friday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. CT.
In his first full tour since co-headlining with Jamey Johnson earlier this year, fans can see the Mississippi native live in 2022 beginning January 21 when he embarks on a 26-show tour that wraps at the Ryman Auditorium mid-March. Joining Randy is newcomer Ella Langley.
“I’ve been spending a lot of time in the studio recording some songs and it’s time we play some of these live,” says the man Rolling Stone raves for his “arena-swallowing voice.” “I’m a big fan of Ella’s and think folks will really dig her sound.”
Presale starts Wednesday, October 27 and general on-sale starts Friday, October 29.
Randy and Jamey Johnson to live stream their unforgettable multi-city co-headlining tour Live from Graceland, the iconic home of Elvis Presley. The two longtime friends will perform acoustically and swap stories, jokes and songs. It will be an unforgettable, irreverent and spontaneous evening because no two shows are alike.
Jamey and Randy had discussed touring together for years, but their overwhelming solo touring demands hadn’t allowed an opportunity to plan a significant co-headlining tour. This acoustic tour, which has been years in the making, will be live on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 9:00pm EST.
Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/3bY7qAb
Jamey Johnson and will share the stage on their unforgettable co-headlining Country Cadillac Tour, which will begin on Feb. 4 at Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, Texas. More shows are being added due to popular demand.
The two longtime friends will perform acoustically and swap stories, jokes and songs. It will be an unforgettable, irreverent and spontaneous evening because no two shows will be alike.
In their early days in Nashville, Johnson and Houser were part of a close-knit group that also included Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Dallas Davison and Rob Hatch that supported each other personally and professionally as they wrote songs, signed record deals and garnered radio hits and industry awards. For instance, Johnson, Houser and Davidson wrote “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” which was a hit for Trace Adkins. Between the two of them, they have racked up numerous Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations and wins.
The two have performed onstage together throughout the years, most recently singing “Lead Me Home” and “Evangeline” at Farm Aid.
“Where Houser pushed his big, bold voice hard, often twisting it around the melody like a soul man and raising intensity by rising to the top of his range, Johnson maintained his trademark earth-shaking rumble throughout his set, keeping his phrasing unadorned and his dynamics evenly understated,” CMT said.
Randy Houser’s film, Magnolia inspired by his critically-acclaimed album, of the same name premieres today on CMT throughout the week. Magnolia the film, available now digitally, was created as both a visual representation his heavily-lauded work, and a narrative film thematically based on the music. See the trailer for Magnolia here.
CMT will air the film on at the following times:
· 9/9, Monday at 8p ET (Premiere)
· 9/10, Tuesday at 5p ET
· 9/13, Friday at 10p ET
· 9/14, Saturday at 6p ET
· 9/15, Sunday at 11a ET