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SugarHouse Casino welcomes Randy Houser

26 August 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Known for his incomparable voice, Randy Houser will bring his hits to The Event Center at SugarHouse Casino on Friday, 16 November, at 8 p.m. Tickets for his show go on sale Wednesday, 29 August, at 10 a.m. and cost from $49 to $69.

Announced today, Houser’s new LP “Magnolia,” which was inspired by his Mississippi roots and by love, takes on a stripped-down, back-to-the-basics approach complete with unique sounds and many tracks with Houser as lead guitarist. Released this past June, his single “What Whiskey Does” provides listeners with a preview of what to expect from his fifth album, which will be available for purchase on 2 November.

“We’re excited to welcome the powerful voice of Randy Houser to SugarHouse,” said Cheryl Duhon, general manager of SugarHouse Casino. “His contemporary country sound is sure to get The Event Center audience singing and dancing!”

Since shifting record labels to Stoney Creek Records, Houser has sold more than 5 million singles and landed five consecutive country radio hits. Houser’s chart-topping singles include “How Country Feels,” “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight,” “We Went” and “Goodnight Kiss,” which was his first No.1 hit as a songwriter.

Tickets for Randy Houser’s show and for all SugarHouse performances — including Jon Dorenbos (24 and 25 August; limited tickets available), Robert Cray Band (7 September), Chris D’Elia (29 September, 10 p.m.), the Commodores (12 October) and George Lopez (19 October) — can be purchased on the SugarHouse website.

In addition to live performances and concerts, The Event Center at SugarHouse Casino can be reserved for a variety of occasions, including weddings, corporate receptions, seminars, trade shows and more. The space features floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of the Delaware River waterfront and the Ben Franklin Bridge. Parking is always free.

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