In a time where hip hop and R&B influences are becoming more and more prevalent, Eli Young Band’s “Prayer for the Road” provides the slow-paced, pseudo-gospel music that country is lacking. Continue reading Eli Young Band Finds Depth in “Prayer for the Road”
Jackie Lee is another member of the new crop of country singers that are looking to make a name for themselves in the coming year. A football standout in high school, Lee left the storied Alcoa (TN) Tornadoes program during his junior year to pursue a future in music. After going through a failed record deal with Republic Nashville, Lee was signed on to the independent label, Broken Bow, where the 22 year old has released his debut single, “She Does.” Continue reading Jackie Lee Shines on ‘She Does’
Adam Sanders is another in a long line of new artists with song writing roots. Growing up in north Florida, Sanders fell in love with music at a young age and, after moving to Nashville in 2007, became a songwriter. Now, after having songs cut by Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, and friend Cole Swindell, Sanders is moving out of the shadows and into the spotlight with his debut single, “Nothin’ To Do But Drink.” Continue reading Adam Sanders Brings It with Debut Single
Despite being known for his edgy style, brass knuckles, and tattoos, Brantley Gilbert has found a way to yet again show his emotional side with the release of “One Hell of an Amen” as the third single off of Just As I Am.
Coming off big time success with “Ready, Set, Roll” Chase Rice recently released his second radio single off his debut album, Ignite the Night. The new track, titled “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” is somewhat of a change for Rice, 28, as it has a much slower beat to it than his previous single. Despite this subtle change, the rest of the song should sound very familiar lyrically because of its focus on a very common theme in country music nowadays: girls.