It’s hard to remember a day as hyped as November 6. There’s literally so much new music being released that it would take a couple of hours to listen to it all. And it’s not just that it’s new, it’s that it’s all music you’re going to want to hear. Here’s why:
With the whole industry switching to releasing their new tunes on Friday’s it’s tough to remember all the great new music that comes out. Here’s your refresher playlist to keep you on top of things.
Thomas Rhett, Sam Hunt, and Cole Swindell were announced yesterday as the three finalists for the ACM New Artist of the Year award. The announcement comes after one round of fan voting for eight new artists that were announced as semi-finalists.
This week is highlighted by new music from Cole Swindell, who released a new EP entitled Down Home Sessions. Jake Owen added four songs, two unreleased, to his previous album Days of Gold making it a deluxe version. Both Kalleigh Bannen and Colt Ford have new singles out. Ford’s “Crank it Up” features Jason Aldean’s drummer Rich Redmond and Bannen’s “Smoke When I Drink” is her next radio single. Finally, Trisha Yearwood’s greatest hits album Prizefighter is available in stores and on GhostTunes this week.
Fans of Cole Swindell were treated to a nice little pre holiday treat today with the release of his new EP Down Home Sessions. Five previously unreleased tracks make up the EP and give fans a taste of what’s to come from Swindell in the future. Highlighted by “Ready” and “The Way You’re Lovin’ Me Now,” Swindell is able to show his progression as an artist in just five songs.