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SEPTEMBER 23, 2016


Jordan Rager - Now That I Know Your Name

Jordan Rager

Now That I Know Your Name

The Loganville, Georgia native does a terrific job vocally with this "get-to-know-you" story.



Forever Country

Various Artists

Forever Country

Talk about a major event! This celebration of 50 years of the CMA Awards brings together 30 major stars for a not-to-be-missed medley and video!










 Morgan Wallen-The Way I Talk

Morgan Wallen

The Way I Talk

A Tennessee-born alum of "The Voice," Morgan brings truth-in-advertising to this song about the place where language and lifestyle intersect.



jonpardi-Dirt On My Boots

Jon Pardi

Dirt On My Boots

Hard work and persistence have given him his first #1, and Jon makes it back-to-back boot songs with this country-to-city, night-on-the-town song.



davidnail-Good At Tonight

David Nail

Good At Tonight

Great groove, great lyric, and support from co-writers T.J. and John Osborne make this one of David's strongest singles to date.



Chris Lane

For Her

His song "Fix" went all the way to the top, and the follow-up is a mix of beats, falsetto and rich rhymes that add up to infatuation-in-the-grooves.


Brandy Clark-Love Can GoTo Hell

Brandy Clark

Love Can GoTo Hell

She's one of our freshest voices and most inventive writers, and her latest is a smooth and decidedly different look at that common four-letter word.



Kane Brown—Thunder In The Rain

Kane Brown

Thunder In The Rain

Kane shows us how nature and love can collide in this uptempo follow-up to "Ain't No Stopping Us Now."


aaronlewis-That Ain't Country

Aaron Lewis

That Ain't Country

That IS country!



Ronnie Dunn-damndrunk

Ronnie Dunn

Damn Drunk

Ronnie brings his world-class vocals to bear on this love-song-with-a-twist, a great teaser for the album project he's doing with producer Jay Demarcus.




Dylan Scott

My Girl

Dylan uses real-life inspiration in spinning the charms of the woman he loves in this upbeat song. How real? Well, the inspiration became his wife Blair on May 28!




The Band Perry

Comeback Kid

You can view it as a pep talk to the downtrodden or as the saga of the band itself as they come back on a new label, but TBP's latest is a catchy and compelling look at overcoming.



trentharmon-There’s A Girl

Trent Harmon

There’s A Girl

He's gone from working in his parents' catfish restaurant to a victory in American Idol and now to the airwaves with this look at the inspirational powers of infatuation.



Eric Paslay—Angels In This Town

Eric Paslay

Angels In This Town

  With his latest. Eric captures the feel of some of those magic moments all of us experience, in what is quickly becoming a nod to those who go above and beyond in giving to their communities or the world.


Toby Keith—A Few More Cowboys

Toby Keith

A Few More Cowboys

Toby returns to a theme he has used before to talk about right and wrong, in a song he wrote with Bobby Pinson and the legendary Dean Dillon.



Darius Rucker—If I Told You

Darius Rucker

If I Told You

The leadoff song to Darius's fifth solo country album is raw, honest and vulnerable, and the veteran brings pure believability to it.



Randy Houser—Chasing Down A Good Time

Randy Houser 

Chasing Down A Good Time

Randy sings the praises of the fast life in the latest single from his "Fired Up" album.




Michael Tyler Crazy Last Night

Michael Tyler

Crazy Last Night

The co-writer of Dierks's "Somewhere On A Beach" has his own single, a catchy, laid-back look at the morning after the night before.



Mickey Guyton—Heartbreak Song

Mickey Guyton

Heartbreak Song

Lyrically, Mickey walks the line between regret and moving on, but musically--well, you can hear her strolling toward freedom.



Chase Bryant—Room To Breathe

Chase Bryant

Room To Breathe

Like your love songs edgy and musically adventurous? Get on the dance floor and give this one a listen.



Thompson Square—you Make It Look So Good

Thompson Square

You Make It Look So Good

It's been three years since their last big hit single, but if you're a betting person, putting your money on this great-sounding piece of musical romance as their next would not be a bad idea.



The Last Bandoleros - Where Do You Go

The Last Bandoleros

Where Do You Go?

They refer to themselves as Tex-Mex/Pop-Rock, and this is a great introduction to them--crisp as a taco, fresh as a lime, with echoes of Foster & Lloyd and the Texas Tornados by way of the Mavericks.



Gary Allan - Do You Wish It Was Me

Gary Allan

Do You Wish It Was Me?

Taking his sound in a new direction, one of country's true originals brings a fresh slant to a classic theme.



Joe Nichols—Undone

Joe Nichols


Joe proves once again he and that golden voice know their way around the subject of romance.




Craig Campbell—Outskirts Of Heaven

Craig Campbell

Outskirts Of Heaven

A classic song by any measure from one of our finest singers.