Gurney and Filmore’s new release is a collaborative project called The Lookout, mixing relaxed summer vibes with an expertly crafted acoustic-country-pop fusion.
As good as American Young’s debut single was, their follow up, “Wasn’t Gonna Drink Tonight,” is even better. Better by quite a bit we may add.
Shane Lee is an artist to watch, and his new EP puts him right at home with radio successes like Chase Rice and Thomas Rhett.
Somewhere between a Katy Perry influenced groove and a Country-meets-Pop performance, lies Briana Tyson’s “Altitude.”
We’re not the biggest Craig Morgan fans, but his latest single, “We’ll Come Back Around,” might in fact be his finest offering yet.
While many of her contemporaries before her made the no-brainer choice of putting out bubblegum pop albums, Hale took a slight risk by taking the country route. But we’re not calling Hale a pioneer just yet.
While country’s sassy new duo Maddie & Tae have already claimed they DON’T want to be the “Girl In A Country Song,” Rose is taking a different approach to the bro-country phenomenon.
Today, Hunt dropped the video for “Leave the Night On,” which elevates the track to a new level of fun.
If “bro-country” music were a man, Maddie & Tae are the girl giving him a hard slap in the face when he gets too grope-y in the flatbed.
It’s really no secret—we’re obsessed with Sam Hunt. The songwriter-turned-solo artist has written some of our favorite radio hits of recent memory: Billy Currington’s “We Are Tonight,” Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” and the holy grail that is Keith Urban’s “Cop Car.”