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10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – October 2019

Here are ten of our favorite new songs! 

Written by Lauren Laffer
10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – October 2019
Ashley McBryde; Photo Credit: Daniel Meigs; Craig Morgan; Photo credit: Christopher Martin; Hailey Whitters; Photo credit: Preston Leatherman; Little Big Town; Photo Credit: Williams & Hirakawa; Brett Kissel; Photo Credit: Jess Baumung; Chris Young; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato; Florida Georgia Line; Photo Credit: John Shearer; Johnny Gates; Photo credit: Joshua Shultz; Hayley Orrantia; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato; Sam Williams; Photo credit: Andrew Thorpe

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 features some of country music’s most emotional songs out at radio. Craig Morgan’s tribute to his late son has been making waves with fans around the world, including Blake Shelton and Ellen DeGeneres. Chris Young’s “Drowning” pays homage to those we’ve lost and the tough times we endure after their passing. The list isn’t all heartbreaking, however, as Florida Georgia Line and Hayley Orrantia encourage us to embrace the times we’re in and look for the good.

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.

Little Big Town“Over Drinking”

Craig Morgan – “The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost”

Sam Williams“Weatherman”

Hayley Orrantia – “Nights and Weekends”

Brett Kissel“Drink About Me”

Johnny Gates“Dive Bar”

Hailey Whitters“Ten Year Town”

Florida Georgia Line – “Blessings”

Ashley McBryde“One Night Standards”

Chris Young – “Drowning”