New Music This Week

Listen to our New Music Playlist for September here.

Lauren Alaina is back with new music and we couldn’t be happier. “Getting Good” is her latest this week.

Carly Pearce teamed up with Lee Brice on “I Hope You’re Happy Now” which will be included on her upcoming album. Fun fact: this song was co-written by Luke Combs.

Cole Swindell released another song for his Down Home Sessions EP with the release of “Right Where I Left It.” A classic Cole song.

Jason Aldean’s new one this week is “Dirt We Were Raised On” as he gears up for releasing his new album 9 due out November 22nd.

“Your Mama” is a sentimental song that is the newest release from High Valley.

Jon Pardi dropped his new album this week  and one of our favorites from the project is a duet with Lauren Alaina that was written by Eric Church and Miranda Lambert. Start your album listening with “Don’t Blame it On Whiskey.” 

Canaan Smith puts a positive and heartwarming spin on the famous saying that “life isn’t fair” in “Life Ain’t Fair.”

Taylor Edwards is a rising country artist that just puts out good songs. Simple as that. “Everybody Hates You” is her new release this week.

Canaan Cox’s songs are so addicting and infectious. His next jam that he released this week that you need to go check out is “Obvious.”

Stephen Paul is an up and coming artist who dropped a new EP this week. Check out his new project starting with “Off My Chest” – the title track.

Johnny McGuire, formerly of the duo Walker McGuire, released his debut solo project this week called Neon Lights. Start off by checking out “Tonight All Day.”

Allie Colleen, the daughter of Garth Brooks, released a new song this week with “Along the Way.”