Steven Tyler isn’t the first rocker to give country a try, but on "Love Is Your Name," he becomes the first to work along the genre’s edges. The folky debut single from the Aerosmith singer’s upcoming album is a what one imagines the sonic progeny of a Lady Antebellum and Mumford & Sons union would sound like.
Sam Hunt and Randy Houser lead an impressive group of artists with new songs on the radio in May 2015. Houser released a long-awaited single from an upcoming fourth studio album, while Hunt's "House Party" is on its way to becoming the jam of the summer. There's plenty more from artists well-known and new.
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 trying to notch the No. 1 song on the Taste of Country Top 40 for a third straight month, but his latest hit has competition in May 2015. Little Big Town, Tyler Farr and Keith Urban are all pressing for that top spot.
Sam Hunt orders up a party for two during "House Party," his third single from the Montevallo album. The song is his most traditional to date, which is a little like calling fried chicken without gravy "healthy."
Miranda Lambert’s song “Two of a Crime” from the movie Hot Pursuit isn’t a duet with Sophia Vergara, but the Colombian-American actress certainly influenced it. Spanish horns and rhythms back Lambert as she sings her new gal-pal song.
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