On the second track of Shooter Jennings’ new album, Shooter, he asks fans “Do You Love Texas?”
In reality, he should be asking them if they love rowdy, good-time, Hank Williams Jr. inspired country music, because that’s exactly what they get on his new album.
Chesney offers well-crafted, introspective songs on his latest album, which will aid in ongoing hurricane relief efforts.
Church’s latest previews his forthcoming album, ‘Desperate Man,’ due out October 5.
McKenna’s latest finds her teaming up again with producer Dave Cobb to create a meaningful masterpiece that showcases her storytelling prowess and explores family and personal growth from varying perspectives.
Listen to a lesser-known track from the band’s ‘Level’ LP.
Jonas’ latest finds her expanding her sound, bringing in elements of jazz, ragtime, blues and bar-room soul.
“People Get Old” and “Young and Angry Again” both speak to the power of time and comment on themes of family, identity, and personal growth.
King invokes the best of 90s country on his latest LP, which offers both uptempo love songs and serious, contemplative lyrics.
Peter’s latest grapples with difficult themes but offers hopeful takes with her signature top-notch songwriting.
The duo’s debut showcases their songwriting and vocal skills, offering a cohesive collection of tracks that call upon Texan and alternative influences.