New Songs on the Radio – October 2011
Trick or treat, smell our feet and we'll give you something good to ... listen to! There's a slew of new songs on the radio in October 2011, and we're passing them out to you like free candy from a bucket.
Dolly Parton's got an inspirational new one on the air this October. In 'The Sacrifice,' country's blond starlet gives an autobiography of her life struggles and touches our hearts. Also new this fall, Lauren Alaina shows off her twang -- and a little sass to match -- in her single 'Georgia Peaches.'
Hank Williams Jr. attempts to stir things up just a little more with his rebuttal tune 'Keep the Change.' On a better sounding note, Trace Adkins' new 'Million Dollar View' has a lot to offer, and we're ready to see it hit the top of the charts this fall.
Set that homepage to TasteofCountry.com, because we'll keep the new songs on the radio coming out like goblins and ghouls this Halloween month.
New Songs on the Radio October 2011:
Connor Christian and Southern Gothic, ‘(She’s) My Salvation’
Dolly Parton, ‘The Sacrifice’
Gloriana, ‘(Kissed You) Good Night'
Hank Williams Jr., ‘Keep the Change’
Katie Armiger, ‘Scream’
Keith Urban, ‘You Gonna Fly’
Lauren Alaina, ‘Georgia Peaches’
Love and Theft, ‘Angel Eyes’
Neal McCoy, ‘A-OK’
Rodney Atkins, ‘He’s Mine’
Stealing Angels, ‘Little Blue Sky’
Terri Clark, ‘The One'
The Farm, ‘Home Sweet Home’
Toby Keith, ‘Red Solo Cup’
Trace Adkins, ‘Million Dollar View’
Uncle Kracker, ‘My Hometown’
Wade Bowen, ‘Saturday Night’