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Randy Houser to headline free MATS concert

Country music’s Randy Houser has been referred to as “one of the best in the new crop of country singer-songwriters.” (Courtesy: MID AMERICA TRUCKING SHOW)

The Trucker News Services

2/8/2013

LOUISVILLE, Ky.     For the fifth consecutive year, Mobil Delvac will present a free concert on Friday, March 22, for all attendees of the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show.

The 2013 concert kicks off with The Diesel Outlaws, a seasoned group of musicians, singers, and songwriters from Nashville, Tenn., brought to Louisville to warm up the crowd with their collection of songs for and about trucking.

Next up, CMA, CMT, and ACM-award nominee Randy Houser will headline the free concert with songs from his new album "How Country Feels" and past hits from his albums "Anything Goes" and "They Call Me Cadillac."

Houser will showcase the reasons he has been referred to as "one of the best in the new crop of country singer-songwriters" to all in attendance, show organizers said.

With his single "How Country Feels" currently charting at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart and his album hitting stores this week, Houser’s career trajectory is on the rise and he is sure to put on a great show for MATS Attendees, said Toby Young, president of Exhibit Management Associates, which produces the trucking show.

"We are excited once again for this year's line-up of country music acts," Young said. "Mobil Delvac is bringing another great event to MATS and we know that our attendees will appreciate the free concert as much as MATS and Mobil Delvac appreciate them."         

The concert will be held on-site in Freedom Hall of the Kentucky Exposition Center, immediately following the Friday edition of the Mid-America Trucking Show March 22.

Complimentary tickets will be distributed, while supplies last from the Mobil Delvac Booth No. 18160 in the North Wing during show hours.

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JB Hunt