10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – March 2020

Check out these new tracks!

Written by Lauren Laffer
10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – March 2020
Alexander Ludwig, Photo credit: Kristy Dawn Dinsmore; Astrid S and Brett Young, Photo credit: Adam Taylor; Nikita Karmen, Photo credit: Sam Powyer; RaeLynn, Photo credit: Ford Fairchild; Dustin Lynch, Photo credit: Connor Dwyer; Jimmie Allen and Noah Cyrus, Photo credit: Jimmie Allen/Full Coverage Communications; Kenny Chesney, Photo credit: Allister Ann; Travis Denning, Photo credit: Eric Brown; Hayley Orrantia, Photo credit: Matthew Berinato; Russell Dickerson, Photo credit: Spencer Combs

At Sounds Like Nashville, we pride ourselves on bringing our readers updates about the latest and greatest songs coming out of Music City. Whether it’s a new single from the biggest superstar or the debut track from a new artist, we hope to bring fans a wide range of what’s hot in country music.

At the top of each month, our staff selects their personal favorite new songs and updates SLN’s ongoing 10 Songs You Should Be Listening To playlist. This month, Sounds Like Nashville has an array of new tunes from country’s biggest hitmakers and brightest rising stars. Two of the tracks come from Hollywood stars Hayley Orrantia and Alexander Ludwig, both of whom have loved music for years and write songs during their off-time from filming. Additionally, pop stars Noah Cyrus and Astrid S came into the country mix on collaborations with Jimmie Allen and Brett Young, respectively.

Take a listen to this month’s 10 Songs You Should Be Listening To playlist below (in no particular order) and subscribe HERE for monthly updates.

Kenny Chesney“Here and Now”

Astrid S – “I Do” ft. Brett Young

Travis Denning – “ABBY”

Alexander Ludwig – “Let Me Be Your Whiskey”

Nikita Karmen“The Start of the End”

Jimmie Allen – “This Is Us” ft. Noah Cyrus

Hayley Orrantia – “Find Yourself Somebody”

Russell Dickerson – “Love You Like I Used To”

RaeLynn“Keep Up”

Dustin Lynch“Momma’s House”