Bobby Bones Proposes ‘Download a Female Friday’

After a sudden radio incident with Lindsay Ell shocked the country music industry, Bobby Bones is declaring 'Download a Female Friday.'

Written by Kelly Brickey
Bobby Bones Proposes ‘Download a Female Friday’
Carrie Underwood, Reba, Lauren Alaina; Artist publicity photos

Girl power is about to take over country music this Friday as Bobby Bones established his own ode to all the ladies out there with his ‘Download a Female Friday’ initiative.

Following a radio incident between Lindsay Ell and a station out West, Bones stood in support of all female country artists by creating the platform of ‘Download a Female Friday.’ Basically put, the radio host hopes for fans and listeners of his show to go out and digitally purchase a record from any woman in country music.

The conversation about women in country music has been stretched along for decades, starting all the way back when Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn began to pave the way for females to stand and sing alongside their male counterparts in country. After infamous moments such as TomatoGate blew the doors wide open for ladies to spread their word about the industry, powerhouse voices stepped forward to represent all the girls around the world fighting for equality.

Here are just a few suggestions of artists to browse through on ‘Download a Female Friday,’ featuring their most recent releases within the last year or so. Because who runs the world? Girls.

Radio Favorites

Carrie Underwood — Storyteller

Miranda Lambert — The Weight of These Wings

Kelsea Ballerini — The First Time

Maren Morris — Hero

Kacey Musgraves — Pageant Material

The Latest and Greatest

Lauren Alaina — Road Less Traveled

Lindsay Ell — Worth the Wait

Bailey Bryan — So Far

Ashley McBryde — Jalopies and Expensive Guitars

Aubrie Sellers — New City Blues

Maggie RoseDreams > Dollars

Kelleigh BannenChurch Clothes

RaeLynn — WildHorse

Carly Pearce — Every Little Thing

Iconic Voices

Reba — Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope

Faith Hill — Deep Tracks

Loretta Lynn — Full Circle

Dolly Parton — Pure & Simple

Martina McBride — Reckless