With songs this good, the evolution of The Cadillac Three continues to impress and has us excited for what comes next.
Though not a stark contrast from their previous work, Happy Endings manages to keep the band’s intoxicating carefree spirit alive while showing a sense of growth in the process.
Fans already in love with the singer are bound to feel the same about the album and those new to his work will no doubt be converted with just one listen.
Throughout Never Gets Old, Nichols proves why he has stayed a prominent name in country music for so long.
Words feels like a huge statement from a singer who is ready to take things to a whole new level – this time completely on her terms.
27861 proves how hard the four-member band has been working since their last release, 2013’s Feels Like Carolina.
A standout release, Eli Young Band’s Fingerprints will no doubt have longtime fans satisfied upon first listen.
For Lady Antebellum, this short hiatus has given them renewed energy and welcomed new music that continues to prove the trio’s staying power.
Janson is fully locked and loaded with a new group of songs that should continue to drive his career to the next level!
This is simply one you’ve got to hear – and hear again!
We’re celebrating Luke Combs’ debut album ‘This One’s For You’ with listen after listen as Combs has shown he’s a keeper in country music.
A Thousand Horses’ Bridges EP showcases what they do best with a mixture of heavy Southern rock influences & nostalgic country storytelling.
After 17 years together, superstar trio Rascal Flatts continue to prove their staying power with their 1th studio album, Back to Us.
Those missing the storytelling and honesty from country music will find a permanent place in their home for Zac Brown Band’s latest effort Welcome Home.
What you will hear is an album that is very much deserving of the attention that it’s going to get, (Because, you know, it’s a Chris Stapleton record, right?).
Willie Nelson’s genius on his new album, God’s Problem Child, is as telling as it ever has been, we’re glad to report.
Love and War is a roller coaster ride of emotions that blends the good and evil of our society.
One thing is clear: the country genre is lucky to call Worsham its own.
An empowering female, as she brings listeners into her life through her music she in turn has the listener reflecting on his or her own life within the heartfelt lyrics.