Granger Smith’s first project with well-known producer Frank Rogers results in four tracks reminiscent of one of Rogers' most well-known clients. It’s not fair to say Smith sounds like Brad Paisley on 4X4, but he brings many of the same qualities.
New Chris Young is doubling down on the traditional. “I’m Comin’ Over” is drenched in weeping pedal steel and familiar country themes. The song relies on Young’s sturdy voice, which is as solid as a mountain on this power ballad.
Sam Hunt is one of those guys who does everything well. First it was sports, then it was music. In fact, even his best friends admit that, "If I didn't love him so much, I'd hate him." However, Hunt's country career almost came to an end before it began. Do you know why and what — or who? — saved him?
Jason Michael Carroll's plea for mercy has been (sort of) answered. The girl in his new single "God Only Knows" doesn't seem to be coming back, but his fans are making sure the song finds as many fans as possible. The track from What Color Is Your Sky? won a third straight Showdown over the weekend, setting up a matchup with a group with more hair than he has.
There are a few new videos in the Taste of Country Top 10 Video Countdown poll. One is Ashley Monroe's "On to Something Good," and she's hoping to take it to the Top 10 next week. But she needs your votes!
Faith Hill has had some tough times, but she says the most difficult thing she ever went through involved YouTube. Do you know what she's talking about? Find out during this episode of You Think You Know Country?
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