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ToC Critic’s Pick: Alan Jackson, ‘Jim and Jack and Hank’ [Listen]

With “Jim and Jack and Hank,” Alan Jackson remains true to the straight road through town. With trendy shops and sexier streets being built and destroyed all around him, he has not deviated. The new song isn’t a throwback, it’s the song he’s always sung.

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ToC Critic’s Pick: Andy Grammer (Feat. Eli Young Band), ‘Honey, I’m Good” [Listen]

Andy Grammer may have been able to enjoy a country hit without Eli Young Band’s participation on “Honey, I’m Good,” but the Texas foursome make it a little easier for the traditional fan to embrace.

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ToC Critic’s Pick: Jerrod Niemann, ‘Blue Bandana’ [Listen]

Jerrod Niemann sings of a free spirit in his new song “Blue Bandana,” but she’s something of a metaphor for lost youth. The girl in the blue bandana is a gypsy committed only to the wispy impulses of the wind. By the end of the song she’s slipped away.

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Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen, ‘Ladybug’ [Listen]

Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen take an innocent concept and turn it into a story with emotional depth on "Ladybug," a song from Hold My Beer Vol. 1. It's a sweet country ditty that will soften the toughest rock.

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RaeLynn Reveals Story Behind ‘For a Boy’ [Watch]

Since her time on The Voice, artist on the rise RaeLynn has had her debut at the famous Grand Ole Opry and climbed the charts with both "God Made Girls" and her newest track, "For a Boy." The latter song, released in March 2015, was co-written by RaeLynn with Laura Veltz and based on a true-life dating experience, which she recently opened up about to the Opry.

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Kelsea Ballerini, ‘Dibs’ [Listen]

Kelsea Ballerini’s “Dibs” is more honeyed, pop-flavored country music from a woman capable of picking up the torch Taylor Swift left behind. The catchy track from The First Time doesn’t attempt to reinvent the singer after her history-making debut single “Love Me Like You Mean It.” It dives deeper into the sugar bowl.

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Top 40 Country Songs – July 2015

Keith Urban's new single "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" cracks the Taste of Country monthly Top 40 with July's highest debut, but his song can't keep up with several that are burning up radio. Two songs in particular battled for the No. 1 spot this month, with the eventual winner making history.

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Corey Smith, ‘Feet Wet’ [Listen]

Corey Smith’s most memorable songs mix a funky guitar riff with feel-good lyrics and a backend message to box up and take with you. “Feet Wet,” the new single from his just-released While the Gettin' Is Good album, adds nostalgia to the brew.

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Olivia Lane, ‘You Part 2’ [Listen]

It’s difficult to keep up with Olivia Lane’s “You Part 2,” but for many it will be worth the ride. The funky, rhythmic “over you” song finds the singer spitting lyrics at a Sam Hunt-ian pace. She has a lot to say and less than three minutes to say it.

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A Thousand Horses, ‘(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial’ [Listen]

A Thousand Horses are establishing a brand with each individual release from Southernality. "(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial" is a follow-up to "Smoke" in every way. Both songs rely on singer Michael Hobby’s gritty, Southern rock tones, and both songs tell a slow-paced story of love.

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