Randall King's music has always sounded like it belongs on '90s country radio. I can hear it now: "... Don't touch that dial, Tracy Byrd, Alan Jackson, Pam Tillis and Randall King, we're kicking off a big 'ol stack, 30 minutes of hot new country on Hot K-Kountry 99.9, up next. It's just who he's always been.

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Today, King took to social media to share with fans he's got a new album coming this fall, and a brand new single out this month. He also said that there will be one cover on the record, his take on Alan Jackson's "Angels and Alcohol," which he called “absolutely beautiful.”

One of the most underrated Alan Jackson songs of all time. Honestly, on an incredibly underrated record, as well, "Angels and Alcohol." The first time I heard that song and that record I was just blown away. That song should’ve been a #1 for Alan.

Randall King has been doing his part to rescue country music for over half-a-decade. The Hereford, TX native and product of the thriving Lubbock music scene is ready for his place at the table, he's earned it, and we aren't the only ones aware of this absolute fact. Keep an eye out for this cowboy.

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