Nora Jane Struthers reinvented herself with The Wake, an insightful and personal collection of songs underscored by a more assertive delivery. What more could you want from a former high …
With Luke Bryan’s second week on the chart with Spring Break…Checkin’ Out, Sam Hunt remains at the #2 slot on the Country Album Chart Report For March 25, 2015. Luke... The post Country Album Chart Report For March 25, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell know a good things when they have it. The country/roots music legends will follow up 2013’s Americana Album of the Year Grammy-winning ‘Old Yellow Moon’ a second duets collection, ‘The Traveling Kind,’ out May 12th on Nonesuch Records. Produced by Joe Henry (Billy Bragg, Elvis Costello), the record will feature [...]
Two newcomers in the Top 10, FGL's latest single and Mickey Guyton's first Top 30 appearance all topline this week's report! The post Country Music’s Top 30 Digital Singles: Week of March 25, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
Hang on to your Stetsons kids. Fort Worth-based roots-rocker Matthew McNeal has delivered a sizzling track to deliver us into the hot Lone Star spring. Pure guitar tone sets up McNeal’s soulful, jubilant croon as galloping drums and pedal steel belies this forlorn testament of the self-inflicted isolation of the road. Of the song McNeal [...]
Right out of college, singer-songwriter Justin Wade Tam undertook a seriously high-concept musical project with his then-active folk duo, Quote. It was more than an album — it was a …
“Tonight Looks Good on You” Jason Aldean Written by Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, and Ashley Gorley Great artists start trends, and when everybody else is catching up to what they started, they’ve already moved on to something fresh. Jason Aldean … Continue reading ?
“Hell of a Night” Dustin Lynch Written by Jaron Boyer, Zach Crowell, and Adam Sanders I’m starting to believe that the “bro-country” movement doesn’t even exist, and it’s really just an attempt to ascribe meaning to a trend as old … Continue reading ?
Use this page to vote if you're having problems on the main voting page. The post 5th Annual Music Video Madness Poll Page appeared first on RoughStock.
Grammy®-winning icon returns with new country/comedy album this week. The post Ray Stevens “Here We Go Again!” Tracklist & Cover Art appeared first on RoughStock.
Eilen Jewell is starting a new chapter with Sundown Over Ghost Town, a new album arriving May 26. For the project the evocative singer-songwriter draws on her experiences of welcoming …
Aaron Watson The Underdog The narrative surrounding Aaron Watson’s The Underdog makes it an album that is easy to root for: Buoyed by more than a decade of goodwill and fan support and a deft pre-release promotional push, the album … Continue reading ?
Vote for your favorite star's music video in the fifth installment of this yearly fan-supported poll! The post The Fifth Annual Music Video Madness: Round One appeared first on RoughStock.
“Love Me Like You Mean It” Kelsea Ballerini Written by Kelsea Ballerini, Lance Carpenter, Josh Kerr, and Forest Glen Whitehead This sounds like a demo recording for a Taylor Swift album that will never be recorded. Credit to Kelsea Ballerini … Continue reading ?
Written by Granger Smith. Produced by Frank Rogers. Released by Granger Smith Music in March 2015 from the forthcoming EP 4x4. The post Granger Smith – “Backroad Song” appeared first on RoughStock.
Jason Aldean leads the list of the newest songs you can request for airplay on your local country radio station. The post The Most-Added Songs at Country Radio: March 24, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
‘Tell It Like It Is” is a new cut by Nashville-by-way-of-Toronto chanteuse Lindi Ortega. The song blends a slow, torchy waltz with a simmering rock-blues request for her lover to stop playing games and shoot straight. Ortega’s shimmering trill is on full display in this rousing cut. Her pleas dip and soar as the band [...]
Every once in a while an artist releases something that unlike any of their previous efforts, keeping the audience on their toes about any possible expectations and hopefully feeling fresh and relevant while doing it. That adequately describes the sound and fury of Micah Schnabel‘s new EP Not The Boy You Used To Know. Our hard and [...]
Singer details track and songwriter information about his sophomore album for Columbia Nashville. The post Tyler Farr “Suffer In Peace” Tracklist & Cover Art appeared first on RoughStock.
See who will appear at the new festival at the Sandals Resort in Jamaica. The post Chris Young, Jerrod Niemann and Tyler Farr to Headline Boots on the Beach appeared first on RoughStock.