Danielle Bradbery keeps it light with her second single ‘Young in America.’ The song shows off her vocal range (especially late) but mostly serves as further proof that the Texan is a pretty talented storyteller.
The lack of women on the radio is a known and oft-discussed problem. But until now it has only been discussed in terms of the present, as in how many songs by female solo artists are on the charts today? Can you remember the last time a solo female had a No. 1 hit?
Dierks Bentley’s new song ‘Drunk on a Plane’ is a change of pace for a singer preparing to celebrate the chart-topping success of ‘I Hold On.’ Both songs come from his life story, but the new track is more of a dark comedy than a drama.
Chris Young ended Ronnie Dunn's streak at No. 1 earlier this month. But the 'Kiss You There' singer isn't done fighting. His clip and the video for 'Who I Am With You' traded votes during the final minutes before one singer pulled ahead for good.
Dolly Parton fans looking forward to the release of 'Blue Smoke' on May 13 will appreciate this prize. The singer is offering a signed 7-inch vinyl single of two songs from her 42nd studio album. Enter here to win.
Collin Raye joins a growing list of seasoned country (and rock) singers with strong thoughts on the current Nashville sound. Raye politely told Fox News he didn't care for the "dumbed down" sound of today, and predictably he found fans to agree with him. Taste of Country writer Billy Dukes says singers who look back longingly aren't painting an accurate picture of the "good old days."
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