New Songs on the Radio – May 2011
Yee-haw, it's swimmin' time! Are you looking for a full list of new songs on the radio as the weather heats up to enjoy down by the river this May 2011? You've come to the right place.
We've got a sweet, romantic new Lady Antebellum tune this month, and it's perfect for those summer romances that are destined to bloom. Also new for May 2011, Jesse Keith Whitley brings us his debut single, 'Kentucky Thunder,' a serious song about drinking that could be interpreted to be inspired by his legendary father, Keith Whitley, who died of alcohol poisoning.
Also on a serious note, Alabama frontman Randy Owen sings 'In Honor of (Those Serving Us),' a charity track about the good men and women of the fire department and law enforcement agencies, though this sort of patriotism is just what country fans need around summertime.
What's more: Phil Vassar offers a true ray of sunshine with his upbeat new tune, 'Let's Get Together,' which really sets the scene for the season. Grab a tube of sunscreen and these tunes before you go poolside. Just don't forget to pack a cooler!
New Songs on the Radio – May 2011:
Big and Rich, ‘Fake I.D.’
Burns and Poe, ‘Second Chance’
Colt Ford Feat. Craig Morgan, ‘She Likes to Ride in Trucks’
Colt Ford Feat. Tim McGraw, ‘Twisted’
Craig Campbell, ‘Fish’
Darius Rucker, ‘I Got Nothin”
Dolly Parton, ‘Together You and I’
Jaron and the Long Road to Love Feat. Big Kenny, ‘Beautiful Lies’
Jerrod Niemann, ‘One More Drinkin’ Song’
Jesse Keith Whitley, ‘Kentucky Thunder’
Josh Kelley, ‘Gone Like That’
JT Hodges, ‘Hunt You Down’
Kellie Pickler, ‘Tough’
Kristin Chenoweth, ‘I Want Somebody’
Lady Antebellum, ‘Just a Kiss’
Lauren Alaina, ‘Like My Mother Does’
LeAnn Rimes, ‘Give’
LoCash Cowboys, ‘You Got Me’
Miss Willie Brown, ‘Sick of Me’
Phil Vassar, ‘Let’s Get Together’
Randy Owen, ‘In Honor of (Those Serving Us)’
Rosehill, ‘Dream It All Over Again’
Sara Evans, ‘My Heart Can’t Tell You No’
Scotty McCreery, ‘I Love You This Big’
Sonia Leigh, ‘My Name is Money’
Trent Willmon, ‘Wish You Were Beer’