Kenny Chesney’s second single from ‘The Big Revival’ recalls spontaneous romances that lived and died in many of his previous hits. The story told with 'Til It’s Gone’ will remind fans of ‘Anything But Mine’ from 2005, but the two tracks are sonically very different.
Trisha Yearwood’s ‘PrizeFighter’ is her first single in six years, and admittedly she had some catching up to do as far as recording and promoting new music in a digital world. Empowering songs that feature two of the top country vocalists of all time always win -- that's something she learned decades ago.
Tim McGraw is perhaps the greatest country singer of his generation, but he enjoys his privacy and is somewhat guarded when it comes to the details of his personal life. Learn all there is to know about the 'Meanwhile Back at Mama's' singer during this 'You Think You Know Country' episode, including which of his many hits was banned from radio!
Blake Shelton dances with revenge during ‘Neon Light,’ the first single from the upcoming ‘Bringing Back the Sunshine’ album. Shelton’s heavy chill drives this bluesy country anthem forward. It’s about as mean as he’s ever been.
Even the biggest Luke Bryan fan will be surprised to hear one or two things about the singer in this week's You Think You Know Country? From tattoos to heartbreak, to the job he was fired from before moving to Nashville, this clip is filled with LB trivia.
‘Burnin’ It Down,’ the sexy new track from Jason Aldean’s next album, is sewn from familiar seeds but cultivated beneath a different kind of sunshine. The song pushes the singer further into hip-hop and R&B than ever before but still fits neatly within the brand he’s created over the last decade.
Like the many before it, Justin Moore’s cover of Motley Crue’s ‘Home Sweet Home’ stays true to the original. The country singer’s down-home roots give the song (slightly) new meaning. In fact, the classic rock track fits in nicely with today’s Nashville sound.
Rascal Flatts' ‘Payback’ is the catchiest song the group has released since ‘Me and My Gang.’ Fans will find grains of this hook stuck to them for days after a single listen. Like sand at the beach, you just can’t get away from the trio’s latest cut from ‘Rewind.’
On stage, Eric Church plays with fire -- literally. He shouts and cusses, and gestures to band mates to get them riled up. He'll pump a fist and point at the crowd like an angry football coach. The 'The Outsiders' singer forever seems one wrong word away from raging, and his fans love him for it. Off stage ... it's a different story.
If Brett Eldredge is trying to become country music’s next great romantic, it’s working. ‘Mean to Me’ is his follow-up to back-to-back No. 1 hits. Make it three straight love songs for this Midwestern Romeo.
Keith Urban’s new single ‘Somewhere in My Car’ is an uptempo, guitar-driven breakup song that recalls some of his earlier hits. Sonically, the pop-friendly rocker is similar to ‘Days Go By’ and ‘Who Wouldn’t Wanna Be Me.’ Lyrically, it's closer to 'We Were Us.'
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