The 100 Greatest Country Albums of All Time are a very diverse group, but they all have one thing in common: in one way or another, all of the albums on our list made a significant contribution to changing the course of country music.
Dustin Lynch’s “Mind Reader” is the first single from Where It’s Atthat’s an accurate representative of the entire project. The sexy mid-tempo song leans into Lynch's R&B influences. It’s a song that truly separates him from a crowded pack of up-and-coming male artists.
Jon Pardi’s “Head Over Boots” is beautiful in its simplicity. The first single from the Californian’s upcoming second studio album immediately separates itself from his previous, mostly party-centric cuts.
Steel drums, booze and a short lesson in world history make Toby Keith’s new single “Rum Is the Reason” unique compared to his well-known hits. While he’s touched on the last two frequently, the Oklahoma native has yet to release a song so suited for the surf.
Two singers with mellifluous voices square off during this early week Taste of Country Showdown song battle. Both are newcomers, in a way. Granger Smith made a name for himself across Texas and the Southeast before recently signing a major record deal. Mo Pitney is working on following up the success of his debut hit "Country."
Brett Eldredge’s Illinois album is a dynamic collection of styles and sounds centered around a smaller collection of themes. “Lose My Mind” is representative of the remaining 11 songs. There’s a lot of loss, and a lot of love on the singer’s sophomore effort.
During “Boy & a Girl Thing,” Mo Pitney continues to recall a country generation most think has passed on. He does it effortlessly, with just a few chords, an honest sound and a smile as big as his home state of Illinois.
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