Category Archives: Album Reviews

Kenny Chesney’s Tribute to the Islands: “Songs for the Saints”

You would think that after 16 albums and 29 number one songs Kenny Chesney would start to slow down, start showing some of his 50 years. But if anything, Kenny keeps getting better.

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Their Best Work Yet: Dan + Shay’s Self Titled 3rd Album Has It All

Yesterday, Dan + Shay released their third album and it is jammed packed full of goodies. In typical Dan + Shay style there’s a good mixture of deep and emotional songs along with the songs that are perfect for summer car rides and bonfires. There is something for everyone on this album, but if you’re a Dan + Shay fan you’re going to love all of it.

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No Sophomore Slump for Michael Ray’s Second Album “Amos”

Following his successful debut album that featured songs that reached #1 and #2 on country charts, it doesn’t appear like Michael Ray is going to be hitting a sophomore slump. Sometimes the hardest part about being an artist is making that second album or finding that second single to follow up the first smash single with.

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