With "Where It's At," Dustin Lynch returns with the first new music from his upcoming sophomore release for Broken Bow Records. Continue here to see what we think of the song and its chances for success here!
Tate Stevens only released one single in his time with Sony Nashville and it seemed as if his debut album -- while good -- came out at the wrong time. With "Better At Night" and a new team at RPM Entertainment, things are looking up for Tate. Is this song a hit?
David Nail is coming off of the biggest hit of his career with "Whatever She's Got" and is looking to break a stream where he's up and down with singles which radio likes. Take a look here to see what we think of "Kiss You Tonight," the second single from I'm A Fire.
Lee Brice has certainly had a strong run as of late. Every single of his which has hit the Top 10 or higher has hit the Gold or Platinum sales mark and his last album, Hard 2 Love, just hit Gold itself. Also now a Top ACM Nominee, can Lee keep the streak alive with "I Don't Dance," his lead single from album #3?
If there's any hope for Country music, it's that they'll allow great singles like "Best Seat In The House" rise to the top of the charts, even if they come from artists on small labels. Continue on here to see why we feel this way about LoCash Cowboys' latest and most-personal single to date.
Charlie Worsham had a strong start with "Could It Be" and now is looking to break out with "Want Me Too." Does the singer/songwriter and expert musician have the goods to do that with the single? Let's find out here!
Randy Houser has been on a roll lately with hits like "How Country Feels" and "Runnin' Outta Moonlight." Will his streak of success continue with "Goodnight Kiss?" lets find out here!
Hunter Hayes's debut album certainly suggested that a new superstar had arrived in country music and last year's ENCORE version of the album further cemented that status. Does this single, which he debuted on The Grammy Awards in late January 2014, continue the trend?
With "Why God Made Love Songs" has been released by Show Dog-Universal, giving Joel Crouse his proper follow-up to the Top 40 debut hit "If You Want Some." Read our thoughts about the new single here!