New Songs on the Radio – April 2011
Looking for country's latest new songs on the radio in April 2011? We're on top of it. We'll be bringing you the latest singles to hit the airwaves as they're available throughout the month, so set that homepage to TasteofCountry.com!
New for April: While Blake Shelton prepares for his own wedding, he sets the world for summer romance with his new tune about young love, 'Honey Bee,' and Brantley Gilbert declares that the boot-stompin' mentality is infectious with 'Country Must Be Country Wide.'
Also blooming with the spring flowers, Texas country hitmaker Granger Smith may be 'Sleeping on the Interstate,' but former Trick Pony member Heidi Newfield pushes to 'Stay Up Late' with her new country blues-rock single, and John Rich is doing it 'For the Kids' in his latest.
New country songs will be popping up like the temperatures this April, so click back whenever you need a cool, refreshing sip of the latest music.
New Songs on the Radio – April 2011:
Ash Bowers, ‘I Still Believe in That’
Billy Currington, ‘Love Done Gone’
Blake Shelton, ‘Honey Bee’
Brantley Gilbert, ‘Country Must Be Country Wide’
Granger Smith, ‘Sleeping on the Interstate’
Heidi Newfield, ‘Stay Up Late’
Hunter Hayes, ‘Storm Warning’
Jana Kramer, ‘Whiskey’
Jennette McCurdy, ‘Generation Love’
John Rich, ‘For the Kids’
Kathy Ross, ‘This Is Home’
Kenny Chesney Feat. Grace Potter, ‘You and Tequila’
Margaret Durante, ‘Maybe Tonight’
Pistol Annies, ‘Hell on Heels’
Rodney Atkins, ‘Take a Back Road’
Russell Hitchcock, ‘Far Enough Away From Colorado’
Sunny Sweeney, ‘Staying’s Worse Than Leaving’
Taylor Swift, ‘The Story of Us’
The Lunabelles, ‘A Place to Shine’
Thompson Square, ‘I Got You’
Ty Stone, ‘American Style’
Zac Brown Band Feat. Jimmy Buffett, ‘Knee Deep’