MP3 Randy Howard - The Best of Randy Howard
Outlaw, southern country
22 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Outlaw Country, COUNTRY: Alt-Country
Born and raised in Macon, GA, Randy Howard was centered around and influenced by all the great sounds created from this part of Georgia. The Southern rock movement, traditional country sounds as well as the old Southern gospel overtones can be heard through out Randy''s work. AS A RECORDING ARTIST, Randy has released seven albums and CD''s, all of which have charted impressively in both national and international trade magazines. "Now & Then" and "Not Plugged In" on the Utopian label. "All-American Redneck" on Warner Brothers, the self-titled "Randy Howard" on Atlantic, "Macon Music" on Hitsound (Europe), the new "Randy Howard Live" and "The Best of Randy Howard" compilation.
AS A WRITER, Randy''s songs have bee recorded by The Geezinslaw Brothers, Robin Lee and Hank Williams III. Hank''s version of Randy''s "I Don''t Know" was a top forty hit in Billboard, and was #1 for five weeks on the Texas Music Chart. When Hank III sang it during his debut performance on The Grand Ole Opry, he received a standing ovation. On Hank III''s newest CD "Straight To Hell", you will find Randy''s "My Drinking Problem" as a featured song.
AS A PERFORMING ARTIST, Randy has shared the stage with Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Jr, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Daniels, Greg Allman and many others. He has appeared on "Nashville Now", "Entertainment Tonight" and featured on "Good Morning America" and in "USA Today". "All-American Redneck, released on Warner Brothers Records in 1983, is still considered a cult/jukebox classic. Clint Eastwood, who is responsible for signing Randy to Warner Brothers, has commissioned, and owns the rights to a movie script based on the song.
Randy can be contacted through the music section of https://www.tradebit.com or randyhowardmusic@https://www.tradebit.com.