fresh header

APRIL 29, 2016



Margo Price

Hurtin’ (On the Bottle)

If you like your honky-tonk music straight, no chaser, Margo's terrific, roots-rich record is a great buzz.





Chris Janson—Holdin’Her

Chris Janson


The third song from his terrific "Buy Me a Boat" album has a classic acoustic feel and a true-life story. Powerful, powerful track.



Chris Stapleton—Parachute

Chris Stapleton


Another example of what all the fuss is about, as the two-time Grammy-winner follows the breakthrough single "Nobody To Blame" with this passionate track.



Charles Kelley—Lonely Girl

Charles Kelley

Lonely Girl

The latest from Charles's solo album has an R&B edge and his always-terrific vocals.




Zac Brown Band


Who better to revisit the islands than Zac and that crack band of his? If it doesn't make you want to hit the beach, you may already be there.




Aaron Watson


One of the loveliest tributes you will ever hear. Aaron's ode to his late daughter has the comfortable feel of well-worn jeans and the charm of a sundrenched day in spring.



Michael Ray—Think A Little Less

Michael Ray

Think A Little Less

Michael's third single is a smooth piece of romance with a vocal that's right in the pocket.



Granger Smith—If The Boot Fits

Granger Smith

If The Boot Fits

He broke through with "Backroad Song," and his follow-up is an in-the-pocket look at young love.


Craig Campbell—Outskirts Of Heaven

Craig Campbell

Outskirts Of Heaven

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




Randy Houser

Song Number 7

Randy brings a fresh approach to a timeless topic--music and love. As always, that amazing voice is worth the price of admission.



John Anderson

Magic Mama

One of the all-time country greats brings a taste of swing to bear on this ultra-fun little number, and that unmistakable voice and the classic instrumentation make for a great time.


Martina McBride—Reckless

Martina McBride


What's it like to be on the receiving end of unconditional love? Well, the latest from one of country's all-time best vocalists provides an inside look.


Jana Kramer—Said No One Ever

Jana Kramer

Said No One Ever

From her second album, Thirty One, this is Jana at her sassy, colorful, uptempo best.



Brothers Osborne—21 Summer

Brothers Osborne

21 Summer

John and T. J. follow their chart-topping "Stay a Little Longer" with a song that combines nostalgia, melancholy and a great groove.


Josh Abbott Band—Wasn’t That Drunk

Josh Abbott Band

Wasn't That Drunk

This veteran Texas band join forces with Carly Pearce for a song boasting a warm feel and terrific vocals.



highvalley-Make You Mine

High Valley

Make You Mine

From lyrics to instrumentation this Canadian duo brings a retro feel to a single that still has "fresh" written all over it. They're well known in Canada. This may break them here.




LOCASH - I Know Somebody


I Know Somebody

With their long-awaited breakthrough single, "I Love This Life," in the rear-view, Chris and Preston come back with the kind of relaxed get-to-know-you song that should give them another hit.


brandyclark-Girl Next Door

Brandy Clark

Girl Next Door

Brandy's many fans are hoping for her breakthrough as an artist to go along with her many successes as a writer. We're among them, as we watch to see if this edgy little number can be the ticket.


Drew Baldridge—Dance With Ya

Drew Baldridge

Dance With Ya

"Fun, real and positive" is how Drew describes his music, and those qualities are all over this danceable, horn-infused track.