In celebration of Randy Houser’s new album Magnolia, he visited Good Morning America to sing his favorite track off the album, “No Stone Unturned.” Houser performed his single on the popular morning show, among a small and intimate crowd. Expecting a fast and upbeat song like others Houser has released, this one is quite the opposite and we are pleasantly surprised.
“No Stone Unturned” has Houser singing about trying to find himself in different places including New Orleans and Los Angeles, leaving no stone unturned. While trying to find himself among all these cities, he leaves no turn unstoned.
“Well, there ain’t no grass gonna grow up under my feet / No tellin’ where I might be / I can always find one hell of a time / While I’m out here lookin’ for me / No stone unturned, no turn unstoned.”
The studio audience clapped along to every beat and were quiet during the more tender moments of the song, cheering once the performance was over. It is not often the performer is surrounded by a studio audience, making a unique crowd for the singer-songwriter.
New York Country Swag is heading to catch Randy Houser tomorrow, Tuesday, January 15th when he performs for Up Close & Country at Stage 17 at Nash FM 94.7. Be on the lookout for a recap of his intimate New York City performance on Wednesday.
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