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Randy Houser Braves Storms to Play Acoustic Show for Fans

 

Randy Houser braved the elements to play an acoustic show for his dedicated fans.

After storms all but shut down the Toadlick Festival in Dothan, Alabama, Randy Houser braved the elements to play an acoustic set for his fans.

Severe weather damaged some of the artist’s equipment, as well as part of the festival’s outdoor stage. Festival promoters worked with Hauser to set up a small PA system that allowed the artist to play a short acoustic set for the fans who chose to stick out the storm. The Instagram video above shows a segment of Hauser performing to a large crowd of fans with lightning highlighting the skies behind the  stage.

Craig Campbell was the only other artist who was able to perform at the festival before the event was forced to shut down.

Houser will rejoin Luke Bryan on the Kick The Dust Up Tour for a set of dates in Canada starting May 1.

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Randy Houser Braves Storms to Play Acoustic Show for Fans