ESPN Music: Randy Houser

Florida Georgia Line on NASCAR shows

July, 2, 2013
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's NASCAR coverage in June, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Florida Georgia Line

"Hell Raisin' Heat of the Summer" from the "Here's To The Good Times" album
(iTunes | Amazon)

"Summer Jam" by Jake Owen featuring Florida Georgia Line from the "Endless Summer" EP
(iTunes | Amazon)

Airbourne

"Firepower" from the “Black Dog Barking” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

"Live It Up" from the “Black Dog Barking” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Randy Houser

"Growin’ Younger" from the “How Country Feels” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Keith Urban

"Long Hot Summer" from the “Get Closer” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Goo Goo Dolls

"Last Hot Night" from the “Magnetic” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Youngblood Hawke

"We Come Running" from the “Wake Up” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Andrew Stockdale

"Keep Moving" from the “Keep Moving” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Halestorm

"Don’t Know How To Stop" from the “The Strange Case Of… (Deluxe Version)” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Hanson

"You Can’t Stop Us" from the “Anthem” album
(iTunes | Amazon)

Creedence Clearwater Revival

"Have You Ever Seen The Rain Remix" is not available for sale.

Randy Houser to perform at Lions practice

August, 3, 2012
8/03/12
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Randy HouserEthan Miller/ACMA2012/Getty Images for ACMCountry singer Randy Houser is performing Sunday in Detroit right after the Lions' practice.
Because Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz is a big fan, country singer Randy Houser is headlining the inaugural Coach's Kickoff at Ford Field in Detroit Sunday.

There will be an autograph session with Lions players during the day, and Houser ends the night with a concert.

"I'm very excited about this. Football fans and music fans are basically the same people," said Houser, whose debut album was released in 2008. "My hope is to grab those fans who are on the middle of the fence and bring them over."

Schwartz spent 10 seasons working for the Tennessee Titans in Nashville, and that's where his love of country music began.

“I’m a Randy Houser fan, but missed him the last time he came through town,” Schwartz said in a statement. “I am thrilled he is going to be the headliner for our first event."

Houser said he's not a huge football fan but understands the importance.

"I'm an American, so that means I'm a football fan," said Houser, who played football, baseball and was on the high school rodeo team. "I always loved sports growing up, but music is what I love doing. I'm just very blessed."

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