Chase Rice – “Break. Up. Drunk.”
Chase drops another EP with 4 songs on it including this super catchy tune.
Kip Moore – “Red White Blue Jean American Dream”
Kip is out with a new rocking jam this week as he gets ready to release a new album in less than 2 weeks.
High Valley – “One Day You’ll Get It”
A great piece of songwriting as the duos new song gives the phrase “one day you’ll get it” a double meaning.
Brothers Osborne – “All Night”
Love the guitar sound in this song that’s bound to make you tap along.
Lee Brice – “Hey World”
This new one from Lee this week has him begging to escape reality as he’s had enough with what’s going on.
Travis Denning – “Where That Beer’s Been”
We get a new EP from
David Ashley Parker Travis this week full of some great new songs for him and his fans.
Clint Black – “My Best Thinkin'”
The country legend is back with a groovy new song that somehow fits in with contemporary county without losing his style.
Easton Corbin – “Turn Up”
I was surprised to see this song title for Easton but it’s a really clever set of lyrics for this new mid-tempo song.
Kelleigh Bannen – “The Optimist”
This is such a beautifully real and truthful song. Kelleigh absolutely nailed it with the lyrics and her delivery of bringing them to life.
Austin Burke – “I Grew Up”
You know this one is going to be an addicting song within the first 5 seconds. On repeat all weekend.
Kylie Frey – “Spur of the Moment”
Kylie has one of the best voices when it comes to the next generation of country singers. This song is such a damn good country song.
Danny McMahon – “My Kinda City”
The hook in this song really pulls you in as the chorus will have you jamming out.
Noah Schnacky – “Comeback” and “Where’d You Go”
These two new songs from Noah this week are really good. “Comeback” has potential for a summer jam.
Nora Collins – “Neon Healing”
Sometimes when we’re going through tough times, we need a night out at the bars with friends. Nora puts a fun Miranda Lambert-like spin on it.
Mo Pitney – “Mattress On The Floor”
This song describes the situation of being in love but not ha ing much of anything else. It’s equal parts haunting and beautiful.
Mark Leach – “Last House Standing”
A great song about standing tough and working through life’s difficulties with your spouse.
Mike Ryan – “Ghost Town”
Mike’s new song has him seeing ghosts all around town from his previous relationship.
Chris Colston – “First Tattoo”
The one has Chris singing about all of the memories that come rushing back to him whenever he looks at his first tattoo.
Badland Sons – “Crickets”
If you’re looking for this week’s earworm, I think it’s this new jam.
Raleigh Keegan – “strawberry moon”
There’s something so fun and unique about the production of this song that I really enjoy.
Logan Murrell – “Lonely as Hell”
This new one from Logan is so addicting! She knocked it out of the park singing about how “lonely” she really is.
Lauren Davidson – “Compass”
Lauren’s new one this week has her leaning on love to guide throughout the ups and downs of life. You can tell this is a special one for her.
Scooter Brown Band – “Leave It to a Woman”
Scooter pours his heart out in this new ballad this week.
Houston Bernard Band – “American Dream”
This new tune has a really nice authentic sound to it as it’s an easy listen as they sing about the American dream.
Taylor Ray Holbrook – “Hollow Bottles”
One of those country songs about drinking with your buddies and all of the memories that came with each empty bottle.
Caitlin Cannon – “Drink Enough”
Caitlin dropped a new album this weekend that features 12 great songs that gives fans more music from her including this one which is one of my favorites.
Aaron Clafton – “Burn Me”
We featured Aaron’s new single in a writeup on Friday as he went in depth talking about the inspiration behind his new song. Check it out here.
Emily Bashall – “Won’t Say It’s Love”
This song blends so many great elements from gospel to blues to country creating a really nice finished song.
Bryan Frazier – “Hometowns Fault”
An ode to one’s hometown, this song is something we can all relate to. Our hometowns have shaped us in some way, oftentimes more than we care to admit.
Alissa Griffith – “Feathers”
Country up and comer Alissa Griffith drops her new one this week that shows off her impressive vocals with a snappy production behind her.
Jesse Keith Whitley – “Try to Change My Ways”
The son of Keith Whitley and Lorrie Morgan looks to make a name for himself with this unapologetically “this is who I am” song. I dig it.
Peyton Parrish – “God Gave Me You”
This up and coming artist dropped a new album with 29 songs so it’s going to take some time to unpack the complete project but I think you’ll enjoy this song.
Trevor Martin – “Go-To”
A rising artist heavily influenced by the modern country movement, this song is a really nice one to listen to.
Home Free – “Flowers on the Wall”
Meet country’s first all vocals band. Think Pentatonix gone country.
John Baumann – “The Country Doesn’t Sound the Same”
A song with a lot of emotion behind it as John sings about how country – music, lifestyle, etc – isn’t what it once was.
Calamity Jane – “The Chase”
The vocals that this duo has will grab your attention and their first original song is out this week as they make their entrance in country music.