Randy Houser Police Chase Benefited Nashville Community


A few of our readers were slightly … perturbed … by the breaking news yesterday that Randy Houser had engaged in a police chase in downtown Nashville, believing the entire act was a ploy for our website to get clicks and the Stoney Creek artist to sell records. Truth be told, there was a lot more behind the highly publicized event that involved a Pontiac Trans Am leading Nashville’s men and women in blue around town.

The end result of the “chase” wasn’t just Randy circling for a landing at Anchor Fellowship to share new music with media and SiriusXM The Highway listeners. It actually culminated in a donation to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. With so many eyes on the event, which was all caught on camera, not only did Randy, his team, and the Metro Police raise eyebrows, they raised a donation for an organization that the members of the community hold near and dear. Talk about an impact and a way to get Fired Up!

Watch the video that captures the highlights of Randy’s day as an outlaw below, and make sure to download your copy of the seventeen-track Fired Up album, now available on iTunes!

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