I'm To Blame
The latest from Kip is a feel-good song about being bad--and owning it. It's short, punchy, and many of his fans know it already, since Kip's been introducing it on the road for some time now.
Kenny Chesney with Grace Potter
A smooth, easygoing song from two terrific artists who have proven they know their way to the top together.
Maddie & Tae
If there's anything tougher than hitting the top your first time out of the chute, it's following it up. This is a terrific song with lilting harmonies that ought to prove M&T have staying power.
Great picking, humor, escapism, and a singalong quality...When he does it, he does it better than anybody.
Keith Urban (featuring Eric Church)
Raise 'Em Up
Their styles may be different, but the combination of Urban and Church sounds like a natural on this smooth-flowing tale of joy, sorrow, love and the next generation.
Tim McGraw with Catherine Dunn
Diamond Rings And Old Barstools
A haunting look at love that didn't work sung by one of music's most believable voices, with some help from his talented cousin, singer-songwriter Catherine Dunn.
Young & Crazy
Looking for a great rationale for enjoying your youth? Look no further than this rocker from Frankie, who's following two chart-toppers with a song about sewing your wild oats that contains one of the best payoff lines in recent memory.
Better Than You Left Me
This Texas-born newcomer debuts in impressive fashion with a song she co-wrote. Her influences range from Dolly Parton to CeCe Winans, and her terrific vocals reflect both ends of that spectrum.
Save Your Breath
The song is passionate, the voice is strong, and Wyoming native Josh Dorr is looking to establish himself as a contender.
Looking for a modern take on a vintage feel? Give a listen to this song by native Texan Jason Cassidy. It's the first single from his third studio album.
Steven Lee Olsen
Raised By A Good Time
He's written for Craig Morgan and the Judds, and Steven's latest takes an uptempo look at the lessons of youth.
Hell of an Amen
Want to know how deeply a USO tour can affect someone? Listen to Brantley's latest, a powerful salute to heroes, both personal and national, written after his first USO trip overseas.
Whole Lotta Nothin’
Newcomer Rachele Lynae is looking for a little beach-style relief in this coolly upbeat single with a Caribbean feel.
The Swon Brothers
Pray for You
The second single from the brothers from Muskogee finds Zach and Colton offering comfort to someone going through hard times, with sentiments like, "I ain't gonna judge you/I'm just gonna love you."
Hell of a Night
It may be fall, but Dustin Lynch, coming off a huge hit with "Where It's At," rocks out with this summertime anthem.