Randall King Releases “When My Baby’s In Boots,” Available Now

Featured Photo Credit: Yve Assad



See King Perform at the Academy of Country Music’s 
“ACM Country Kickoff At The Star” on May 9 in Frisco, Texas
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With a healthy dose of charm and twang, Hereford, Texas native Randall King adds a boot stompin’ honky tonk tune to his set list with his new “When My Baby’s In Boots,” available everywhere now on Warner Music Nashville. Detailing the irresistible toe-tapping power a pair of Luccheses have on his girl, King tees up a song best enjoyed under the neon lights on a night out on the town.
“Here it is y’all! Ain’t no tellin what happens, “When my baby’s in boots!” shares King.
“When My Baby’s In Boots” is a continuation of King’s neon era, ushered in by his latest release “Green Eyes Blue” and viral fan favorite “You In A Honky Tonk,” the latter of which was featured on his major label debut album Shot Glass. Paying homage to the influencers of his neotraditional sound, the crooning “Green Eyes Blue” landed critical appraise, with Billboard stating “it’s the honeyed, distinctive timbre of his voice and the vitality in his songs that hoist his staunchly traditional sound above the plethora of recently released, ‘90s country-tinged songs.”
Set to perform on May 9 as part of the Academy of Country Music’s “ACM Country Kickoff At The Star” in Frisco, Texas preceding the 58th ACM Awards on Thursday, May 11 on Amazon Prime, King recently announced he will continue his international trek this fall with nine European tour dates. Already known for his road warrior diet of over 150 dates each year touring across the United States, the hustling King recently announced the continuation of his trek into the winter as direct support on select dates of Jon Pardi’s Mr. Saturday Night World Tour.
Randall King 2023 Performances:
May 9              Frisco, TX                                ACM Country Kickoff At The Star
May 12            Baton Rouge, LA                     Texas Club
May 13            Houston, TX                             Goode Company Armadillo Palace
May 19            Silsbee, TX                               Honky Tonk Texas
May 18            McKinney, TX                          Hank’s Texas Grill
May 20            Belton, TX                                Schoepf’s Backyard
May 26            Graford, TX                              P.K. Ice House
May 27            New Braunfels, TX                  Gruene Hall
May 28            New Braunfels, TX                  Gruene Hall
May 31            Santa Maria, CA                       The Santa Maria Elks Unocal Events Center
June 2              Concan, TX                              House Pasture Cattle Co
June 3              Concan, TX                              House Pasture Cattle Co
June 17            Emporia, KS                            Washunga Days (Council Grove, KS)
June 22            Grand Junction, CO                 Country Jam Colorado Music Festival
June 23            North Platte, NE                      Nebraskaland Days Fairgrounds
June 30            Casper, WY                             The Gaslight Social
July 1               Greenwood Village, CO          Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
July 6               Deadwood, SD                        Deadwood Mountain Grand
July 7               New Salem, ND                      Morton County Fairgrounds
July 8               Sioux Falls, SD                       The District
July 13             Sherman, TX                           Oliver Dewey Mayor Gazebo
July 14             Fort Worth, TX                        Billy Bob’s Texas
July 15             Littlefeld, TX                           Littlefeld AG & Community Center
July 20             Midland, TX                            The Tailgate
July 21             Wichita Falls, TX                    Kay Yeager Coliseum
July 22             Ruidoso Downs, NM              Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino
July 28             Tooele, UT                              Deseret Peak Complex
July 29             Cardwell, MT                         Headwaters Country Jam
Aug. 11            Morrison, CO                         Red Rocks Amphitheater
Aug. 18            Nashville, TN                         Nashville Palace
Aug. 19            Nashville, TN                         Nashville Palace
Aug. 26            Amarillo, TX                          Hodgetown Stadium
Sept. 8              Gstaad, Switzerland               Festivalzelt
Sept. 9              Gstaad, Switzerland               Festivalzelt
Sept. 11            Glasgow, UK                          Oran Mor
Sept. 12            Manchester, UK                     The Deaf Institute
Sept. 13            London, UK                           Bush Hall
Sept. 15            Cologne, Germany                 Helios 37
Sept. 17            Hamburg, Germany                Häkken
Sept. 18            Berlin, Germany                     Maschinenhaus
Sept. 19            Munich, Germany                   Backstage Club
Nov. 2              Nampa, ID                               Ford Idaho Center
Nov. 18            Hershey, PA                             GIANT Center
Nov. 30            Independence, MO                  Cable Dahmer Arena
Dec. 1              Tulsa, OK                                BOK Center
Dec. 2              Fort Worth, TX                       Dickies Arena
Photo Credit: Yve Assad
About Randall King:
One of country’s new crop of modern traditionalists, Warner Music Nashville artist Randall King grew up on the endless plains of West Texas – and his sound is steeped in their timeless beauty with a mix of grit and grace. He grew up singing in the back of a ‘93 Chevy Suburban, mimicking the pure-country vocals of stars like Keith Whitley, George Strait, Alan Jackson and John Anderson and over the years became drawn to the electrifying energy of modern stars like Eric Church, Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean. After years of hustling and a road-warrior’s diet of 150 shows each year, King produced and released the defiant 2016 EP, Another Bullet, then followed up with a 2018 self-titled album. Now, King is bringing an organic, timeless sound to country’s mainstream with his major label debut album Shot Glass. The 11-song collection, seven of which were co-written by King, centers around a night out at a bar, with each track representing a different point of view of those in the room. The album was named to Whiskey Riff’s Top 40 Country Albums of 2022 and Billboard’s All Genre 50 Best Albums of 2022 (So Far), making him the only male country artist to make the list. With over 200+ million career streams to his name, the 2023 Music Mayhem Magazine and 2022 Pandora and Country Now Country Artist to Watch is looking to the anywhere-and-everywhere future with music that captures the essence of a Western poet who’s never been afraid to be himself.
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