It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To
A big beat underlies a terrific getting-over-you song that sees Billy mixing pathos and determination.
Vince Gill and Little Big Town
Take Me Down
The man with one of the world's biggest Grammy collections shows just why he's got them with this emotional take on love, complete with Little Big Town's stellar backing vocals and a track that could have come from Fleetwood Mac.
Randy Rogers Band
Randy and the band bring just the right touch to a song dealing with one of country's well-traveled themes--heartache on the town.
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.
Humble and Kind
Knowing that believability is his strong suit, Tim held off until he felt he could put the proper emotion into this terrific Lori McKenna song about living well, and his daughters' transitions to college life provided just the opportunity. Worth repeated listens.
Red White and You
After charting country with "Love Is Your Name," the Aerosmith front man is back with a rocking love song with a patriotic edge.
Dance With Ya
"Fun, real and positive" is how Drew describes his music, and those qualities are all over this danceable, horn-infused track.
For a woman who often applied her terrific pipes to lightweight pop, this big ballad finds Jennifer bringing nuanced, heartfelt vocals to bear on a terrific song.
Big & Rich / Feat. Tim McGraw
On this, the third single from their "Gravity" CD, John and Kenny bring those unmistakable harmonies to bear on this tale of regret they wrote with and sing with their superstar buddy.
Livin' The Dream
What's it take to find happiness? Drake makes a great case for the simple things in this heartfelt look at love on a budget.
Charles Kelley w/Bentley and Paslay
With Lady A on hiatus, Charles steps out with a terrific tune about his chosen profession, with help, and amazing harmonies, from two of contemporary country's finest.
Power Of Positive Drinkin'
“Buy Me A Boat” was a bona fide phenomenon, and Chris--wisely, no doubt--follows it with a song that’s got the same laid-back, good-time feel.
Forgotten about Toby's way with a ballad? Get reacquainted with his softer side with this latest single from his CD, "35 MPH Town."
By The Way
The latest from this terrific singer/writer/guitarist is a bit of girl power written with Barry Dean and Luke Laird.
Freaks Like Me
The laid-back singer celebrates old-fashioned values with this one, and if you haven't seen the lyric video--well, do yourself a favor!