Country hunk Randy Houser dishes on surprising star he's dying to perform a duet with

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By: Marah Alindogan

There's one singer country crooner Randy Houser wouldn't mind saying "Hello" to ... Adele!

"It's pretty self explanatory. That voice!" he told AOL in an exclusive interview.

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But watch out Adele, Houser has another leading lady in his life. The 40-year-old hunk recently got hitched to his wife, Tatiana -- and by looks of his Instagram, they couldn't be more in love!

But with all the newlywed bliss and touring he's doing this summer, he revealed it's a balancing act.

"I bring Tatiana with me on tour. But when I go home I make sure to spend quality time with my son, West. We ride four-wheelers, fish and have boy time when I'm home," Houser dished.

And Houser may have a mini-me following in his footsteps ... he revealed his young son inherited his singing chops.

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"I can tell he has a lot of musical talent. He already seems on pitch. He's definitely got it," Houser revealed while talking about his tour with the Bud Light Convention Party.

The heartthrob has spent a part of his summer traveling all over the nation with other musical greats like Cam and Chase Bryant.

And when he's not on the road, he revealed he's "constantly working on new music."

While he remained hush-hush about what we can expect from him in the near future, he did say to be prepared for some swoon-worthy love ballads inspired by his lady love, Tatiana. Aww!

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Before he became one of the most fashionable men in country, McGraw sported this thin mustache and feathery fringe look. Thank goodness he took some shears to that hair and cleaned up really nicely. 

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Let's take a trip back in time to a young Kenny Chesney and his famous 'do. The 'Fall in Love' country star sported a head full of hair in his famous video -- now, where did it all go?

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It's all about business in the front and party in the back for Toby Keith. Not even the country hottie could resist this 90s trend!

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Joe Diffie makes our hearts swell with a 'Texas Size Heartache' with this iconic mullet. Perhaps one of the best-kept 'dos, he was certainly no average Joe when it came to maintenance on his precious hair. 

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Probably one of the most epic mullets from the country scene, the 'Sangria' singer wins our vote for the most stylish and well-kept mane in the business!

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Fusing rock and country, the former two-time CMA Entertainer of the Year, Vince Gill sported an edgier look that broke thousands of hearts.  

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Hall of Fame legendary singer Alan Jackson sported a long mane of golden locks in his honky tonk days complete with a killer mustache.

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Our 'Achy Breaky Heart' -- who could forget that curly mane! The country superstar donned a head full of thick luscious hair complete with a goatee. 

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We are sure Travis Tritt had the 'Best of Intentions' when he rocked his feathery fringe in the 90s. 

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