Girls Just Want to  Have Fun

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

  If Dolly Parton’s “9-5” (1984) had a baby with Shaina Twain’s “Man!  I Feel like a Woman, " (1997) it might be “Like a Lady,” the newest release from Lady A. Co- written and sung by the group’s Hillary Scott, it’s got the charm and sass of both those songs,...

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Love & Romance!  For Ever & Ever!

Love & Romance! For Ever & Ever!

Country’s Luke Comb’s mid-tempo and romantic “Forever After All,” which has already racked up the most first day streams on Apple Music and broke a Spotify record for the most streams in one day for a solo Country artist, is #28 on this week’s  music chart, and it’s a...

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A Message That Touches the Heart (Cue the Kleenex!) 

A Message That Touches the Heart (Cue the Kleenex!) 

Nashville newcomer Elvie Shane's "My Boy" got me crying, and it's not even a sad song, rather, it's heartwarming, tender, and Country to its core: He ain't my blood, ain't got my name But if he did, I'd feel the same Yeah, he's my son and that's my choice He ain't my...

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Dan + Shay Give Thanks:  “Glad You Exist”

Dan + Shay Give Thanks: “Glad You Exist”

Hot Country duo Dan + Shay get right to the point in "Glad You Exist," a short, tight, upbeat song... There's a couple billion people in the world And a million other places we could be, but you're here with me Take a moment just to take it in 'Cause еvery high and...

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A Plea for Unity in Divided, Turbulent Times

A Plea for Unity in Divided, Turbulent Times

Come on, people now Smile on your brother Everybody get together Try to love one another right now Written by Chet Powers and performed by the Youngbloods, 1967's "Get Together" hit a national nerve: Simple, straightforward, and oh, so needed. Flash forward to...

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Friends:  Famous Friends, Old Friends, Friends in Low Places…

Friends: Famous Friends, Old Friends, Friends in Low Places…

Songs about friendship range from treacle-y to sublime, and “Famous Friends”  by Country’s Chris Young with Kane Brown, an upbeat ode to when these guys weren’t big-time Nashville recording artists, but were just one of the local high-school crowd, with a regular life...

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