Two singers with mellifluous voices square off during this early week Taste of Country Showdown song battle. Both are newcomers, in a way. Granger Smith made a name for himself across Texas and the Southeast before recently signing a major record deal. Mo Pitney is working on following up the success of his debut hit "Country."
The most recent Showdown demonstrates why Danielle Bradbery has some of the most passionate fans of any artist in country music. Canaan Smith put up a fight, but his faithful were overwhelmed by Bradbery's massive voting block, and she'll face a new challenge from Brad Paisley today and over the weekend.
It was a good fight between two great songs, but Scotty McCreery's new single "Southern Belle" bested Carrie Underwood's "Smoke Break" over the weekend, earning the young singer (another) place in the Taste of Country Song Showdown Hall of Fame. Today and Tuesday, it's a girls battle as Kacey Musgraves and Danielle Bradbery square off.
Scotty McCreery has easily won his fourth straight Showdown, and will compete for the Hall of Fame today and over the weekend. But it's far from over -- the young star will face incredible competition from Carrie Underwood.
Scotty McCreery won his second straight Taste of Country Showdown over the weekend and once again it wasn't close. The "Southern Belle" singer's fans made sure he knew they support his new song and new sound. Easton Corbin barely had a chance.
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