Lee Brice’s “That Don’t Sound Like You” offers a fresh take on the “Girl, come back to me” theme so present in today’s country music. There’s no begging. There’s no apologizing. There’s just … genuine concern.
Billy Currington is really looking forward to summer this year, because it's one that's going to last. The singer will release his much-anticipated sixth studio album, Summer Forever, in June via Mercury Nashville.
American rock band My Morning Jacket have an eclectic sound that's somewhere between pop and country, but lead singer Jim James says neither genre holds much appeal for him. In fact, he credits country music with "dumbing down the human race."
After listening to Zac Brown Band's Jekyll + Hyde it's fair to wonder if the singer and his band are country artists, or artists who make country songs. There's a difference, one that's underlined with several, very non-country songs on their fourth studio album.
Brett Eldredge's "Lose My Mind" video is downright sexy — and it was all his idea! Taste of Country Nights host Sam Alex caught up with the country star, who dished on the inspiration behind the visual.
You may not have heard the name American Aquarium yet, but the six-piece band from Raleigh, North Carolina should be on your radar. They're not traditional country at first listen, but at the heart of their songwriting and storytelling, they are. AA are twangy and Southern — lead vocalist BJ Barham calls the group "the original spirit of country music."
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