With Down to My Last Bad Habit, Vince Gill introduces himself to a younger generation of country music fans without sacrificing the lyricism, integrity and compelling blend of styles he's been known for for decades.
Charles Kelley's The Driver album is a project that rewards commitment. There’s nothing as immediately infectious as many of his full-time band’s greatest hits. Instead, he’s hoping fans will dig deep into his lyrics.
Brothers Osborne present a grungy mix of traditional country and country-rock songs on their debut album Pawn Shop. The 11-song project has Jay Joyce’s fingerprints all over it, but what stands out most is singer TJ Osborne’s coarse, sandpaper vocals.
Heartbreak sounds like something you’d like to try during the darkest moments of Morgan Myles’ Miss Morgan Myles EP. This dramatic collection of six songs relies on the singer’s dynamic voice, vivid lyrics, and about 20 minutes of raw emotion to impress you.
Chris Young's storytelling stands tall on his fifth studio album, I’m Comin’ Over. Young sticks with stories of love and love lost (mostly), and turns in some of his most revealing and personal songs to date.
Old Dominion’s Meat and Candy album is packed full of hooky, R&B-inspired country songs about love hard and soft. The best songs are bite-sized, sugar-coated ear worms that spin familiar themes in a fresh way.