New Single For Mark Houser and Bluegrass Drive

by | 15 Aug, 2012 | 1 comment

Rural Rhythm Records has announced the new radio single release, “River of Regret” by Mark Houser & Bluegrass Drive, has now been released to radio.  The single appears on the label’s Fresh Cuts and Key Tracks radio disc and is also available at  The song was written by Mark Houser, Arlo Gilliam, and Carrie Hassler, and includes the talents of: Mark Houser on lead Vocals, Guitar; Cody Kilby on guitar and banjo); Andy Leftwich on fiddle and mandolin; Barry Bales on bass; Scotty Sanders on Dobro with Paul Brewster and Dawn Sears on harmony vocals.

Rural Rhythm Records and sister publishing company Sage Brush Music are jointly proud to present new music by Mark Houser who is a Bluegrass and Country music hit songwriter.  Mark’s songs have topped the Bluegrass charts including the hit, “Seven Miles From Wichita” by Rural Rhythm artist Carrie Hassler.  Mark first received Country acclaim with “God Only Knows” by Curb Records artist Rodney Atkins.  Houser wrote many songs with Atkins including six on the developmental project that landed Atkins a major label recording contract with Curb Records.  “Houser is the first guy that wrote songs with me. Convinced me I wasn’t crazy for believing music was magical. God only knows where I’d be if I hadn’t met Mark,” said Atkins.

“River of Regret” is from Mark Houser & Bluegrass Drive’s upcoming September 11, 2012 album release, Uneven Road that contains 12 songs written or co-written by Mark and showcases his distinctive vocals.  This exciting new project features many of today’s top Bluegrass artists including; Rhonda Vincent, Andy Leftwich (fiddle), Cody Kilby, Barry Bales, Cory Walker, Scotty Sanders and more. The album was co-produced by Houser and Little River Band guitarist, Rich Herring.

Here’s a sample of the new Single:


For more information on Mark Houser & Bluegrass Drive and to pre-order your copy of Uneven Road, please visit  For more information on Rural Rhythm Records, please visit

1 Comment

  1. maroon11

    Great sound on this song. Can’t wait to hear the album. A long time songwriter I loved his song Seven Miles from Wichita.