Posts tagged "Album Review"

Album Review: Luke Bryan’s ‘What Makes You Country’

What Makes You Country has Bryan diving deeper with songs that will no doubt survive the test of time.

Annie Reuter • December 5, 2017

Album Review: Danielle Bradbery’s ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’

Danielle Bradbery has grown up immensely since her last album and seems to have started a new and bright chapter in her career.

Laura Hostelley • November 30, 2017

Album Review: Chris Stapleton’s ‘From A Room: Volume 2′

Once again Stapleton impresses with his latest release, From A Room: Volume 2.

Annie Reuter • November 28, 2017

Album Review: Chase Rice’s ‘Lambs & Lions’

The vulnerability Rice puts on display all throughout Lambs & Lions is a testament to his growth in the genre and shows promise of all that he has left to do.

Laura Hostelley • November 16, 2017


Album Review: Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s ‘The Rest Of Our Life’

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s The Rest of Our Life showcases the couple’s strong voices and undeniable passion.

Cillea Houghton • November 16, 2017

Album Review: Tracy Lawrence’s ‘Good Ole Days’

On Good Ole Days, collaborations are the name of the game, as Lawrence matched his previous hits with a wide variety of today’s biggest recording artists.

Chuck Dauphin • November 10, 2017

Album Review: Kelsea Ballerini’s ‘Unapologetically’

Ballerini’s sophomore effort, Unapologetically, is solid album from top to bottom.

Annie Reuter • October 31, 2017

Album Review: Lee Ann Womack’s ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’

Lee Ann Womack has earned the right to record whatever style of music she wants to, and with The Lonesome, The Lonely & The Gone, she achieves that goal and more.

Chuck Dauphin • October 27, 2017


Album Review: Granger Smith’s ‘When The Good Guys Win’

Fans who loved the music on Remington will like what they hear on Granger Smith’s latest project.

Chuck Dauphin • October 26, 2017

EP Review: Dylan Scott’s ‘Merry Christmas’

These songs simply make one feel good and serve as the perfect music to celebrate the season. 

Chuck Dauphin • October 19, 2017

Album Review: Darius Rucker’s ‘When Was The Last Time’

When Was The Last Time showcases Darius Rucker’s strengths and gives radio something fresh and exciting to play.

Chuck Dauphin • October 19, 2017

Album Review: Tyminski’s ‘Southern Gothic’

Tyminski’s Southern Gothic is a versatile masterpiece both lyrically and musically.

Annie Reuter • October 18, 2017


Album Review: Chris Young’s ‘Losing Sleep’

Where I’m Comin’ Over was a glimpse into Young’s forward-thinking production skills with drum loops and R&B influence throughout, Losing Sleep ups the ante. 

Annie Reuter • October 17, 2017

Album Review: Alabama’s ‘American Christmas’

What really makes Alabama’s newest release, American Christmas, stand out is the newer material featured on the project.

Chuck Dauphin • October 12, 2017

Album Review: Dolly Parton’s ‘I Believe In You’

In typical Dolly Parton fashion, I Believe In You will leave fans, young and old, feeling inspired and ready to take on the world.

Cillea Houghton • October 10, 2017

Album Review: Russell Dickerson’s ‘Yours’

If Yours is any indication of his career path, then Russell Dickerson has a long road of success ahead of him.

Cillea Houghton • October 9, 2017


Album Review: Jerrod Niemann’s ‘This Ride’

On This Ride, Jerrod Niemann elects to keep things in an up-tempo manner and the resulting factor is an album that is just pure fun.

Chuck Dauphin • October 6, 2017

Album Review: Shania Twain’s ‘Now’

After a decade away from the spotlight, Twain proves herself relevant on Now.

Annie Reuter • September 25, 2017

EP Review: Jillian Jacqueline’s ‘SIDE A’

The greatest thing about Jillian Jacqueline is that she possesses the ability to take each and every musical influence that has been a part of her inner fabric, apply it, and have the result come out to be very much an original sound. 

Chuck Dauphin • September 22, 2017

Album Review: Chris Janson’s ‘Everybody’

The album is a perfect mix of everything that Janson does so exceedingly well. 

Chuck Dauphin • September 19, 2017