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10 Songs You Should Be Listening to Right Now – October 2018

The latest singles from Thomas Rhett, Billy Currington and more are taking spots on Sounds Like Nashville's 10 Songs list for October.

Written by Lauren Laffer
10 Songs You Should Be Listening to Right Now – October 2018
Lindsay Ell; Photo courtesy BBR Music Group; Walker Hayes; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato; Dolly Parton; Publicity Photo; Brett Young; Cover Art Courtesy of BMLG Records; Billy Currington; Photo Courtesy of UMG Nashville; Delta Rae; Photo by David McClister; Thomas Rhett; Single Art Courtesy of The Valory Music Co.; Adam Hambrick; Photo courtesy of UMG Nashville; Ryan Hurd; Cover art courtesy Sony Music Nashville; Bastian Baker; Photo credit: Gregg Roth

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, many of country’s biggest rising acts, including Brett Young, Lindsay Ell and Walker Hayes, made the cut with their latest endeavors to country radio. Continuous hitmakers Billy Currington and Thomas Rhett also appear on the list with their latest releases that are sure to fire up fans at their live shows. Dolly Parton also checks in on the list with her collaboration with Sia that will be featured on the soundtrack of the movie Dumplin’.

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.

Billy Currington – “Bring It On Over”

Walker Hayes – “90’s Country”

Bastian Baker“Stay”

Dolly Parton – “Here I Am” ft. Sia

Delta Rae“Do You Ever Dream?”

Lindsay Ell – “Champagne”

Ryan Hurd“To a T”

Adam Hambrick“Rockin’ All Night Long”

Brett Young – “Here Tonight”

Thomas Rhett – “Sixteen”