Summer’s not over yet! Kelleigh Bannen’s “You Are What You Love” instantly put you in a summer mood with its bouncy chorus and acoustic feel. This is one to watch.
Citing such influences as Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, James Taylor, and Joni Mitchell, it is safe to say that with her multi-genre sound, Miles is bringing a fresh prospective to the country genre.
Eden’s “American Dreamin” is the rare type of song that makes anyone, at any point in their life, keep looking up, keep dreaming, and realize that we all are in the same boat together.
Lee Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck” is passionate and powerful, and Jessi Alexander’s performance of the song, a co-write with Connie Harrington and Jimmy Yeary, is an emotional force from a female perspective.
Written by three bonafide Nashville hitmakers, Gloriana’s latest single “Best Night Ever” deserves a spot at the top of the charts. Take a listen to the original demo sung by the songwriters.
This hard-to-get-out-of-your-head 2014 version of Martina McBride’s “This One’s For The Girls,” is one that will definitely be a radio sing-a-long for generations to come.
We had the opportunity to chat with Elias and Briana shortly after the release of their new track “Altitude.” Read the Q&A and get to know the true talent behind this collaboration.
Somewhere between a Katy Perry influenced groove and a Country-meets-Pop performance, lies Briana Tyson’s “Altitude.”
It’s hard to believe that in the early 2000’s, females dominated the charts. However, if you tune into this summer’s reality talent shows, such as America’s Got Talent and Rising Star, you may see some familiar female faces.
Powerhouse Nashville songwriters Shane McAnally, Luke Laird, and Rodney Clawson are behind the newest Kenny Chesney single that was recently released to radio, “American Kids.”