Blake’s released the fifth single off his If I’m Honest project. “Every Time I Hear That Song,” is one of my favorite tracks on the album and is bound to go No. 1 on the charts. The single is modern country sounding, however, to me this track harks back to an earlier Blake Shelton style. […]
Chase Bryant and Runaway June have decided to release an introspective cover version of Little Big Town’s latest No. 1 hit, “Better Man.” I don’t feel the need to say much about this video. I think Bryant’s performance of the song speaks enough for itself.
Frankie Ballard’s released his third single off his El Rio album, titled, “You’ll Accomp’ny Me.” It’s a cover of the Bob Seger classic from the album Against the Wind.
Out of all the up and coming country stars, I think I’m most excited for the career of Kane Brown. I somehow stumbled upon Brown on social media a few years ago. His single, “Used To Love You Sober” was getting some airplay and it caught my attention. I wasn’t sure how Brown would fit […]
Again, I’m doubling up on the new music on Boot Scootin’ Saturday Night. Odd enough, both singles I’ve shared on tonight’s show were produced by Dan Huff. (They’re also both male-female collaborations.) I couldn’t pass up the new Kane Brown song for several reasons and with the Grammy’s tomorrow night, I thought we’d celebrate one […]
Sam Hunt kicked-off the new year with an emotional and personal new single called “Drinkin Too Much,” which was apparently just a tease of what was still to come.
I had to double up on the new music for this week’s Boot Scootin’ Saturday Night. I find myself doing this more and more lately. (Especially since I’ve been paying more attention to this blog.) There are just so many new releases, that are destine to be big hits, and I want to get them […]
Florida Georgia Line has officially released a third single from their Dig Your Roots album. It’s their collaboration with 90’s boy-band The Backstreet Boys called, “God, Your Mama and Me.”
Whenever a band comes to the point of hiatus, you have to wonder what that means for their future. Some bands staight-up tell you their through, others will promise a comeback without coming through. Lady Antebellum is one that held strong on their promise.
With two number one singles off his You Should Be Here record,Cole Swindell‘s releasing the third single from the project, titled, “Flatliner.” Which could potentially be the first big party anthem of the year.