Dustin Lynch with Lauren Alaina – “Thinking ‘Bout You”
One of our favorites off of his new album that he dropped on Friday.
Little Big Town “Questions”
LBT dropped their 9th studio album which includes this heartbreaker.
Phil Vassar – “High School”
Our favorite, Phil Vassar, released a new album with 8 songs including this nostalgia tune.
Carly Pearce – “Hearts Going Out Of Its Mind”
This is catchy AF. Only add this one to your playlist if you’re cool with it being stuck in your head. You should be.
Ferranti with Hannah Ellis – “Make It To The Bedroom”
Ferranti surprised fans by dropping a new EP last week including this one that has smash hit written all over it.
Ashley McBryde – “Martha Divine”
McBryde released the sequel song to “One Night Standards.”
Levi Hummon – “Wedding Dress”
Absolutely love the concept of this love song from Hummon.
The Shires – “Lightning Strike”
We’re so glad to hear new music from one of our favorite UK Country artists.
Chris Hamrick – “Nobody’s Stoppin’ You”
We’re digging this groovy little number from Hamrick this week.
Muscadine Bloodline – “Boys”
The rising duo dropped a four-song EP this week and everyone including us can’t get enough out of the title track.
Clayton Anderson – “Tennessee (Take Me Down)”
A well-written seductive song is his latest this week.
Frank Maroney – “Neon & Vinyl”
Maroney sings the heck out of this new release from him. We’re even more pumped to listen to the full project.
Randall King – “Hey Cowgirl”
If you’re looking for that authentic-sounding country song, King’s new one this week is just what you need to hear.
Steve Moakler – “Every Girl”
An artist that everyone in the indsutry raves about, re-released his EP as a full album with additional songs including “Every Girl.”
Sons of Daughters – “I Picture You”
The Canadian duo’s new song gives us a hint of Thompson Square and definitely a song to add to your playlist this week.
Josh Melton – “Everybody Knows Me”
A fun-loving song about being known as your better half’s significant other is the new one from this country up and comer.
Don Amero – “Morning Coffee”
Amero pours out his heart in this ballad.