Randy Boudreaux

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Randy Boudreaux
Origin United States Louisiana
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Record producer

Randy Boudreaux is a producer and songwriter of country music.

Early life[edit]

Boudreaux grew up in Southern, Louisiana and early in his career, performed in honky tonks all over Louisiana and the south. He learned songwriting from Harlan Howard.


Boudreaux has written more than 70 produced songs, including "Brokenheartsville" by Joe Nichols, "Goodnight Sweetheart" by David Kersh, and "Alibis" by Tracy Lawrence. He also co-wrote the song "Matthew, Mark, Luke & Earnhardt", recorded by former jockey Shane Sellers.[1]


  • Boudreaux won a GMA Dove Award for Country Album of the Year in 1997 for producing Jeff Silvey's album Little Bit of Faith.[2]


  1. ^ Lind, Angus (2001-03-18). "Saddle & song Louisiana jockey Shane Sellers rides a song to the top of the country charts". The Times-Picayune. p. 1. 
  2. ^ GMA Dove Awards – History