Lady Antebellum surprised fans with a new song for the radio in October 2013. The trio announced 'Compass' would be available on the November release of the deluxe edition of 'Golden.' It's just one of a growing list of new sounds from country music's biggest stars this month.
'Crickets' is a fine way to describe Joe Nichols' new album. The singer aims for a relax-on-the-riverbank vibe with many of the mid-tempo cuts on this project. The album begins and ends with crickets ( literally), and in between it offers a fairly level ride.
The problem with having your sousaphone players march backwards is that if one goes down, they all go down. A fact clearly evidenced by this video of seven marching band players piling one on top of the other during a halftime show.
Jennifer Nettles' solo single 'That Girl' has a funky yet sultry feel, with confessional lyrics and a touch of danger. Better yet, the video does not disappoint in showing off the singer's remorseful side.
It's always great when a local band, especially from East Texas, gets a chance to show what they got! This includes a group that calls themselves, Texas Rebellion.These talented guys have been making the rounds all over East Texas, some of you have probably seem them perform a time or two.
Randy Travis' 'Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am' is a simple collection of covers from artists that inspired him. Merle Haggard is the most represented singer, with eight cuts influenced by or recorded by him at some point. Three of the first four are Haggard songs, with 'What Have You Got Planned Tonight Diana' being the one to remember.
That at least one publication referred to Kacey Musgraves' 'Follow Your Arrow' as a "gay anthem" speaks to how far behind country music is on the subject. The controversial single equally promotes being skinny and overweight, having a drink or staying sober, going to church or sleeping in, and smoking marijuana. All of these topics have been covered -- and accepted -- previously in the genre.
It was more Blind Auditions - part 3, on The Voice last night. Man, the talent this season is phenomenal, it's unreal! One of the contestants last night, who actually took on one of Blake Shelton's song, really impressed one of the judges.
Lady Antebellum have found a new direction for their blend of pop-flavored harmonies. 'Compass' walks into the forest of alt-bluegrass that's quickly growing in popularity. Heavy banjo and mandolin drive a foot-stomping beat as the group sings about staying true to one's heart.
Fans of the LoCash Cowboys may do a double-take when the duo's new single begins. 'Best Seat in the House' is Chris Lucas' tribute to his late father, and it's more emotional than the party rockers have ever been. Dads may weep during this ballad.
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