Lainey Wilson has released her follow up to her #1 hit "Things A Man Ought To Know". Her new single is called "Heart Like A Truck" and Lainey says this new song is for anybody and everybody who's been through hard times, hard luck, heartbreak. It’s about finding freedom in your strength and about not being afraid of the scars and the bumps along the way because it builds some character.
Elle King has released a new song called "Worth A Shot", it's a collaboration with Dierks Bentley. This is the second time they have collaborated together, they previously earned a #1 with "Different For Girls" in 2016. Elle says that this song is about a releationship that is worth working out, and if they can go back to where it started and maybe do that together, they can get back what they feel like they are missing.
Kane Brown has released a new single today called "like I Love Country Music". Kane says what he loves about his new song are all the country icons that are listed in the lyrics and that Brooks & Dunn jumped on the song. This new song will be on Kane's forthcoming album.
Cody Johnson has released his follow up to his first #1 single "'Til You Can't", this one is called "Human" and it's from Human The Double Album. In this new song, Cody sings about how he doesn't have it all figured out, he's still learning to be human.
Matt Stell has released a new single called "Man Made" and you may think you know what the song is about from the title, but it's not what it seems. You'll hear it right away, a man may have made many things, but it's a woman who made the man. This is the lead single from Matt's next album, which is due out later this year.
Chris Janson has released a new single ahead of his new album. "Keys To The Country" is one of the tracks on his new album "All In" which will be available this Friday, April 29th! He'll be performing this song for the first time on TV tomorrow morning during the 3rd hour of the TODAY show, so be sure to set your DVR!
LOCASH has released a new song called "Beach Boys" and it features two members of The Beach Boys, Mike Love and Bruce Johnston. A solo version of this single is featured on their recently released EP Woods & Water.
"The day we wrote ‘Beach Boys,’ I remember Chris [Lucas] and I dreaming of recording it with The Beach Boys,” shares LOCASH’s Preston Brust in a press release. “We never imagined that they’d hear it, let alone get the chance to lay down our parts with Mike [Love] and Bruce [Johnston] and actually feel like we were a part of a group that we’ve idolized for so long! It’s crazy how it all became a reality and now the fun really begins!”
Country newcomer Ashley Cooke has released a new version of her song "Never Til Now", this time as a collaboration with Brett Young. The song was a part of her debut project Already Drank That Beer in August of last year, and is about falling in love when you least expect it.
Brett Eldredge has released a new single "Songs About You", and it's from his upcoming fifth studio album of the same name due out on June 17th. This new one is a break up song, but the breakup has already happened and when you hear a certain song it takes you back to that person and those moments.
“There are songs that just transport you back in time to a moment with someone you love,” said Brett in a press release. “Even though you’ve not been with the person for a long time, these songs take ahold of you. You might be having a fine day, then you walk into a store where the song is playing, and you're transported into the past.”
If you watched NBC's "American Song Contest" this past Monday, this new song from John Morgan will sound familiar. He performed "Right In The Middle" on the show, and that is also his first radio single. John co-wrote the song about that struggle to get over someone and moving forward.
Here's a fun fact about John Morgan, he was a co-writer on the Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood duet "If I Didn't Love You", and Jason's current single "Trouble With A Heartbreak"! You can catch John this summer at The Country Fest on Thursday, June 16th!