New Songs on the Radio for July 2015
The summer is just filled with great new songs on the radio in July 2015.
Summertime and country music are a classic combination that gives enough excuse to keep the car windows down with the radio blasting, and let sugar sweet sounds fill the sun-drenched air around you. Superstar Alan Jackson is back with a brand new single, as well as Dierks Bentley's follow up single to his latest No. 1.
Radio vets aren't the only ones with new songs on the radio in July 2015. Newcomer Kelsea Ballerini has released her follow-up to smash hit "Love Me Like You Mean It." Her new one, "Dibs," is a light, airy song that goes perfectly with the feel-good vibes of summer. The pop-flavored country song calls to claim a boy's affection throughout the tune. The fun single is similar to the style we sampled with her previous music, and avoids any heavy emotion so listeners of all ages can appreciate the breezy summer hit.
Jerrod Niemann is also back with a hippie-appreciation song similar to Kenny Chesney's "Wild Child." A Thousand Horses are impacting radio again with an anti-drunk dialing song, while Eli Young Band has teamed up with Andy Grammer for a rendition of "Honey, I'm Good." Another newcomer to be on the lookout for is Cam, who brings her delicate voice to a raw and emotional song.
With all of these new songs on the radio in July, it's already been a great summer. More songs will continue to be added through the dog days of summer, so make sure to keep looking back to find your next favorite.
New Songs on the Radio for July 2015:
Blake Shelton, “Gonna”
Cam, "Burning House"
A Thousand Horses, "(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial"
Olivia Lane, "You Part 2"
Ronnie Dunn, "Ain't No Trucks in Texas"
Kelsea Ballerini, "Dibs"
David Nail, "Night's on Fire"
Bucky Covington, "I Feel Ya"
Alan Jackson, "Jim and Jack and Hank"
Eli Young Band, "Honey, I'm Good"
Jerrod Niemann, "Blue Bandana"
Dierks Bentley, "Riser"
Cassadee Pope, “I Am Invincible”
Jennifer Nettles, “Sugar”
Pat Green, “While I Was Away”
Tyler Farr, “Better In Boots”
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