Eric Church, Thomas Rhett and newcomer Kane Brown are three artists with highly-anticipated new songs on the radio in February 2016. In addition, the Cadillac Three have a new jam, Reba McEntire has a heartbreaker and rocker-turned-WE Fest headliner Steven Tyler has a new love song he's hoping will be his first country hit.

February also brings new songs from Cam, Chase Rice and LoCash. "Mayday" is Cam's new song, and it's another dramatic ballad that finds the singer trying to solve love's great mysteries.

Newcomer Kalie Shorr has released an anthem for every woman who's ever felt dismissed because of her gender, while Billy Currington new single from his Summer Forever album finds him trying, somewhat successfully, to get over heartbreak. Links and song reviews are below. This list of new songs released to radio will be updated as new singles are announced.

New Songs on the Radio for February 2016:

Billy Currington, “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To”
The Cadillac Three, “Graffiti”
Cam, “Mayday”
Chase Rice, “Whisper”
Eric Church, “Record Year”
Kalie Shorr, “Fight Like a Girl”
Kane Brown, “Used to Love You Sober”
LoCash, “I Know Somebody”
Reba McEntire, “Just Like Them Horses”
Steven Tyler, “Red, White & You”
Thomas Rhett, “T-Shirt”

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