Randy Huston writes and sings about the modern-day lifestyle of the cowboy. He is a fourth-generation livestock producer, and partners with his father on their ranch in New Mexico. He started breaking horses for wages at the age of 14 and spent many years in rodeo arenas through high school and college. He's written some of the most widely recognized of contemporary cowboy music, and his songs have been recorded by some of the "stars" of this genre.
Randy was voted one of the top five male entertainers in 2007 by the Academy of Western Artists, and was 2010 Academy of Western Artists male vocalist of the year.
His albums include Keepin' The New West Wild, There's A Hole in Daddy's Rope, and Cowboys and Girls (with daughter Hannah Huston). This album won the 2015 award for "Outstanding Traditional Western Album" presented by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.