Don Henley’s “Words Can Break Your Heart” is a soft love ballad that is capable of ripping open old wounds. His song with Trisha Yearwood relies on a simple arrangement and a beautifully efficient chorus.
The latest single from Toby Keith’s 35 MPH Town album is a slow, sweeping ballad that recalls hits from the singer's early days. “Beautiful Stranger” takes its time. A long introduction precludes a lyric that burns at the touch.
Maddie & Tae’s “Shut Up and Fish” is more universal than even they thought. Sure, women of just about any age can relate to a guy picking the wrong time to make his move, but men everywhere can identify with this song.
Lindsay Ell’s new single “By the Way” is a little sweeter sounding than her previous releases, but it still has teeth. Don’t let the hooky banjo and mandolin combo fool you. This is a good old fashioned man hating song, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
“Elvira” sounds even richer when the Oak Ridge Boys let Home Free take lead. The too-many-to-count harmonies hit like water from a fire hose before the two groups begin trading lead on the song from Home Free’s Country Evolution album.
Chris Janson's "Power of Positive Drinkin'" recalls his Warner Nashville debut "Buy Me a Boat" without sounding too familiar. He's quickly building a brand of blue collar party songs that speak to guys (and women) like him.
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