The wait for new music from Zac Brown Band is officially over. The Grammy winning group released the debut single off their fourth LP this morning. Entitled “Homegrown” the track speaks to the beauties of living a slow paced life in some small southern hometown. Brown sings of having everything that you need and not wanting a thing that you don’t, a sentiment that many of us should adapt as we move forward in 2015. For the Zac Brown Band it’s always been about doing things the right way, which is heard in their songs. They’re not your typical country act. You won’t find them singing of partying in the sticks, or drinking beer in the back of a truck bed. Instead, they’ve created a brand of country for the average folk as heard here on “Homegrown.” “Feels so good to be taking it easy, how could I ever leave,” sings Brown as he exits the first verse and moves into the catchy chorus.
This week is highlighted by new music from Zac Brown Band. The Grammy Award winning group released the debut single, “Homegrown” off their upcoming LP. Elsewhere, Raelynn released her debut EP entitled Me which features five tracks including her debut single “God Made Girls.” Greg Bates, who’s known for his single “Did it For the Girl” has a new single out this week that’s quite good. The song “Sand” is available for download now and for request on SiriusXM The Highway.
Today was a very busy day in country music. Three major artists announced their summer tours, one Grammy winning group released a new single, and couple others released new ones to radio. Here’s what you may have missed today: