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Houser slates We Went Tour

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 – Randy Houser will launch the We Went Tour this fall, he announced today.

Frankie Ballard and special guest Craig Campbell will open the shows, which start Nov. 20 in Corbin, Ky.

"We've had a blast touring with Luke (Bryan) this summer, and it's been an incredible opportunity to play to some people we might not have played to before," said Houser. "We're really looking forward to building our show this fall, playing the arenas and getting to play some new music. Frankie and Craig are both great performers, and we're ready to get out there and show people what we're all about."

"We Went' is the current single from his forthcoming Stoney Creek Records album.

The first dates to be announced for the We Went Tour are:
Friday, Nov. 20 - The Arena - Corbin, Ky.
Saturday, Nov. 21 - Hobart Arena - Troy, Ohio
Friday, Nov. 27 - Dow Events Center - Saginaw, Mich.
Saturday, Nov. 28 - Old National Events Plaza - Evansville, Ind.
Friday, Dec. 4 - La Crosse Center Arena - La Crosse, Wis.
Saturday, Dec. 12 - Choctaw Events Center - Durant, Okla.
Thursday, Dec. 17 - The Rave - Milwaukee, Wis.
Friday, Dec. 18 - Akron Civic Center - Akron, Ohio

More shows will be added to the tour.


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