Tracy Lawrence Takes Us Back to the “Good Ole Days” with Special Guests
Dec28

Tracy Lawrence Takes Us Back to the “Good Ole Days” with Special Guests

In 1991 twenty-three-year-old Tracy Lawrence’s debut single, “Sticks and Stones,” topped the Billboard chart. Lawrence shared that George Jones and Merle Haggard influenced his music. Now, just ahead of his fiftieth birthday, Lawrence re-recorded the hit with Luke Bryan for Good Ole Days, his latest album. Now it’s Lawrence who is influencing the next generation of artists and fans. “I think one of the great things about a lot of the...

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Kelly Lang’s “Obsession” Gives Nod to the Greats of Country Music
Nov29

Kelly Lang’s “Obsession” Gives Nod to the Greats of Country Music

Country Music has become one of the most-listened-to genres in America – that’s a fact. But, it’s also true that fans who were glued to their radios in the 1970s and 1980s listening to music like Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers, and Crystal Gayle might still long to hear some of those great emotional moments that made those artists household names. While everyone knows who they are, you might not be as aware of people like Tom Collins,...

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A Few Takeaways From Blake Shelton’s “Texoma Shore”
Nov11

A Few Takeaways From Blake Shelton’s “Texoma Shore”

Blake Shelton recently gave us an album titled Texoma Shore and I learned a few things from each song. This album tips its hat to Gwen and her relationship with Blake. It’s obvious he’s crazy about her and to think I never thought he would move on from Miranda, but he seems to be happier than he’s ever been. Don’t be afraid to love again. “The Wave” is my favorite song in this category. I love the...

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Unapologetically In Love With Kelsea Ballerini
Nov06

Unapologetically In Love With Kelsea Ballerini

Kelsea Ballerini has been insanely busy since her debut album The First Time. She’s planning a wedding, touring, and has been promoting her sophomore album, Unapologetically. I’ve learned a lot from her throughout the years and especially from her first album- mainly how to grow up. Now we’re both a little older and she has a way of connecting with me through music that few people do. This album moves you forward to...

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Granger Smith’s New Album Proves It’s Better “When The Good Guys Win”
Nov03

Granger Smith’s New Album Proves It’s Better “When The Good Guys Win”

All-around “good guy” and Wheelhouse Records recording artist, Granger Smith, is back for more with his second LP release under BBR, and ninth studio album overall, entitled, When The Good Guys Win. Granger’s strenuous tour schedule matches some of the top-booked artists in the country music business, and he made it a point to bring that into this record by writing on the road whether it was in the back of the bus parked outside of a...

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Five Life Lessons Everyone Can Learn From Chris Young’s Latest Album, Losing Sleep
Oct31

Five Life Lessons Everyone Can Learn From Chris Young’s Latest Album, Losing Sleep

The latest release for RCA recording artist, Chris Young, checks off a first for him, as he co-wrote on every track of his seventh album, entitled, Losing Sleep. This album dabbles in unchartered territory that none of his previous albums have reached sonically. It all began with his first single, the title track, “Losing Sleep” which is arguably his most “poppy” single to date. Additionally, you’ll also get a glimpse of programmed...

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