O Little Town of Bethlehem
From its acoustic opening to its powerful finale, this medley of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and "Away in a Manger" finds Will Chase bringing a country sound to a timeless look at Christmas.
Little Big Town
As usual, the reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year brings it vocally with this jealousy story turned inside-out.
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.
Nashville's Hayden Panettiere takes on the touchstone for all Christmas songs--the Irving Berlin classic "White Christmas."
Hands in the Sky
The California native brings the summertime beach to December with an undeniably catchy and danceable tune.
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.
Love You Like That
A co-writer of Love & Theft's "Runaway," Canaan takes aim at the countdown with a love song that name-checks the Dirt Band, Tom Petty and the sights and sounds of country living.
Celebrate Me Home
Another Christmas tune from the cast members of the hit TV series Nashville--a passionate take on Kenny Loggins's look at home, Christmas and friendship.
Nashville Cast ft. Clare Bowen
Nashville's Clare Bowen brings us a terrific take on a sultry Christmas classic with her version of "Santa Baby.
Love Me Like You Mean It
She was just 15 when she left Knoxville, TN, to move to Nashville to chase her dream, and 19 when she signed a publishing deal. Kelsea's debut on Black River Entertainment is a passionate romantic manifesto and an attention-grabbing look at a terrific young singer.
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.
In the course of his career, Garth has done the unexpected, worked with grand themes, and tugged at the heartstrings. With "Mom," he does all three.
One of the more interesting metaphors for heartache shows up in this song by the Flatts boys, complete with Gary's compelling lead vocals and Joe Don and Jay's harmonies.
Take Your Time
After going straight to the top with "Leave the Night On," Sam is back with an R&B-influenced song about the delicate balancing act that's sometimes necessary when you meet someone special.
Eat, Sleep, Love You-Repeat
Three years after the chart-topper "Take a Back Road" and the album of the same name, Rodney dials laid-back way back with a song about chillin' as a lifestyle.
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."
This Kind of Town
After a tune from the Motley Crue tribute album, Justin returns to his "Off the Beaten Path" CD for a single taking a slow-paced look at a slow-paced, deeply appreciated town.v
Hoping to recapture the magic that came with "(Kissed You) Good Night," Tom, Mike and Rachel bring big harmonies, wall-to-wall sound and great uptempo attitude to this song warning the man in her life to tread lightly.
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.
Gonna Wanna Tonight
"Ready Set Roll" introduced Chase to country fans everywhere, and he follows up with a feel-good song about young love.
The legendary Texas singer/songwriter takes on nothing less than summing up the allure and mystery of a state synonymous with dreams and reinvention for hundreds of years.
Billy's on a roll these days, and his latest is a feel-good song that finds him putting all his powers of persuasion to use in talking to a woman he's hoping will tap into her "wild and crazy side."
Kinda Dig The Feeling
Understated title, but everything else is strap-yourself-in, musically and lyrically. Tight harmonies and a full-tilt trackshowcase the strengths that earned the Railers a deal on Warner Bros. Nashville.