New Songs on the Radio — April 2015
For the first time in 18 months, George Strait has a new song on the radio. April 2015 bring's the King's first release since retiring from the road last June. "Let It Go" begins a new chapter for this legend, but it's far from the only new track to enjoy.
Thomas Rhett and Toby Keith also released new songs this month, with the "Make Me Wanna" singer looking back to look forward to his new album. "Crash and Burn" borrows from a famous '60s soul song; Rhett is proving to be much older than his years would suggest.
Keith's song "35 MPH Town" is a stark statement on American society today. Not everyone will agree with his ideology when they hear this one, but most will agree it's good to have new music from the legend on the radio in April 2015. He'll surely include it in his set at Country Jam Colorado and Taste of Country Music Festival in June.
Listen to these songs, plus singles from Eli Young Band, LoCash and more by clicking the song title below. As new music is released, this list will be updated. With the ACM Awards taking place mid-month, there are sure to be even more exciting new tracks on the radio in April 2015 before May begins.
New Songs on the Radio for April 2015:
Big & Rich, “Run Away With You”
Brett Eldredge, “Lose My Mind”
Casey James, “Fall Apart”
Chase Rice (Feat. Macy Maloy), “Ride”
Chris Stapleton, “Traveller”
Cole Swindell, “Let Me See Ya Girl”
Eli Young Band, “Turn It On”
Jason Michael Carroll, “God Only Knows”
Kid Rock, “First Kiss”
George Strait, “Let It Go”
LoCash, “I Love This Life”
Montgomery Gentry, “Folks Like Us”
Thomas Rhett, “Crash and Burn”
Thompson Square, “Trans Am”
Toby Keith, “35 MPH Town”
Zac Brown Band, “Loving You Easy”
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