Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s The Rest of Our Life showcases the couple’s strong voices and undeniable passion.
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.
Ballerini’s sophomore effort, Unapologetically, is solid album from top to bottom.
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. …
Fans who loved the music on Remington will like what they hear on Granger Smith’s latest project.
These songs simply make one feel good and serve as the perfect music to celebrate the season.
When Was The Last Time showcases Darius Rucker’s strengths and gives radio something fresh and exciting to play.
Tyminski’s Southern Gothic is a versatile masterpiece both lyrically and musically.
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.
What really makes Alabama’s newest release, American Christmas, stand out is the newer material featured on the project.
In typical Dolly Parton fashion, I Believe In You will leave fans, young and old, feeling inspired and ready to take on the world.
If Yours is any indication of his career path, then Russell Dickerson has a long road of success ahead of him.
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.
After a decade away from the spotlight, Twain proves herself relevant on Now.
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.
The album is a perfect mix of everything that Janson does so exceedingly well.
For those questioning where quality country music has gone, Midland is indisputably the answer.
Big & Rich seemed to have settled down a bit on Did It For The Party – without changing the overall sound of their music.
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.