JB and the Moonshine Band vs. Cody Canada and the Departed – Texas Red Dirt Rumble
Granger Smith made it four in a row last week. His new song 'Letters to London' got by Bart Crow Band's 'Not Going Crazy' by the slimmest of margins, meaning the champion will be retired into the Texas Red Dirt Rumble Hall of Fame. This week, two new competitors will face off with hopes of their song one day joining 'Letters to London' in enshrinement.
JB and the Moonshine Band's new song 'Love Don't Let You Decide' is from their debut album 'Ain't Goin Back to Jail.' The East Texas foursome have quickly found themselves a hit on the Texas radio chart and on board to tour with Colt Ford later this year.
Cody Canada has name recognition as the former frontman of Cross Canadian Ragweed, but only Taste of Country readers will decide if his band's new song 'Skyline Radio' is good enough to be called Rumble champion. The former No. 1 hit on the Texas radio chart is from the band's debut album, 'This Is Indian Land.'
Listen to both songs and decide which one you like better. Once a song wins four weeks in a row, it's retired to the Texas Red Dirt Rumble Hall of Fame. Get your votes in now, and make sure your Texas country loving friends do the same.
Listen to JB and the Moonshine Band's 'Love Don't Let You Decide'
Listen to Cody Canada and the Departed's 'Skyline Radio'