Known for his hits “Anything Goes,” “Boots On,” and “Whistlin’ Dixie” which have landed him on Late Show with David Letterman, Good Morning America, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! among others, country music maverick Randy Houser returns to the airwaves with an emotion-evoking ballad “In God’s Time.” The record will impact radio on April 25, but it is exclusively available on iTunes now through April 26. In addition, fans can download Houser’s latest album, They Call Me Cadillac, for $6.99 in recognition of the new single.
Houser, who penned “In God’s Time” with Shane Minor and David Lee Murphy, knew the message was special the moment he sang the opening line and the now title. So special in fact that he debuted it for a live audience on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage in celebration of his ACM Nomination for New Solo Vocalist of the Year during GAC’s ACM Showcase televised special. The performance resulted in a standing ovation and an outpouring of requests from fans to make the song available for purchase.
Check out this powerful studio performance of “In God’s Time”
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As one fan commented, “In this crazy, hectic world, we sometimes become so impatient and expect what we want when we want it. This song is a powerful reminder that there is a higher power at work and His plan and timing are better than anything that we could imagine for ourselves. I’m so glad that this single is finally available on iTunes. I hope this song will earn Randy the recognition and radio airplay that his awesome talent deserves.”
“I hope ‘In God’s Time’ will touch people for different reasons– whether it’s spiritually or just personally. I think everyone has little ‘miracles’ in their life that happen when they least expect them — and sometimes they’re what need to happen versus what we really want to happen,” Houser said. “The song is about helping myself and others to realize that things happen for a reason.”