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Tyler Braden Releases New Song “Ways to Miss You”

Tyler Braden’s new song, “Ways To Miss You” is available now, June 18th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper in the new music.

Earlier this week we introduced you to talented singer-songwriter Tyler Braden in our  Artist Spotlight feature. The recent Warner Music Nashville signee shared the story behind his latest single “What Do They Know.” He also mentioned that his next song was going to be released soon. Today, that single, “Ways To Miss You” is officially out!

Braden taps into his rock influences on this jamming new song. The new single is an upbeat song about heartbreak and getting over someone. Despite every effort, the singer realizes that the only way to get over someone is to go through the pain. Relatable as ever, “Ways to Miss You” will tug at your heartstrings. The song is also perfect for the stage!

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Tyler Braden’s new song “Ways To Miss You” is available now, June 18th

“I’ve been up all night // Burnin’ out every neon light // and I’ve closed out ever dive that I’ve been into // I’ve tried leanin’ in // tried to kiss you off of my lips // Trying to find a way to forget you // but all I’ve found are all new ways to miss you”

Fans can expect a new music video for the new song to be released sometime soon. The music video was filmed in downtown Nashville earlier this week. Country music lovers got to hear a live version of the song during filming. Keep your eyes peeled for its anticipated release!

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“Ways To Miss You” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Blanco Brown Releases New Song “Nobody’s More Country”

Blanco Brown released a brand new song, “Nobody’s More Country” available now, June 18th, on all streaming platforms. Check out the brand new track below.

Finally, Blanco Brown returns with another incredible creation. After a scary accident in 2020, the singer-songwriter is back with a restored lease on life. His brand new song “Nobody’s More Country” is everything we hoped it would be.

The new song is a certified bop. It is catchy, effortless, and unifying, all mixed together. Written by Brown with Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line, Jordan Schmidt, and Quintin Amey, “Nobody’s More Country” is a song that showcases the singer’s Georgia roots, groovy beats, and his vast life experience. On the track, Brown shares everything he loves about his home state. He also mentions places that country music has allowed him to travel to. Ultimately, he comes to the conclusion that there is “no place like home.”

“I’ve been back and forth from here to Georgia // Carolina to California // Across the hills of middle Tennessee // I’ve been mountain high in Colorado // Seen some things but one thing I know // No one loves the country more than me”

“I’ve been all around the world and have seen people of all ages, nationalities, and backgrounds uniting over their love of Country music—the music ties us together,” shared Brown in a recent press release. “It’s the sound of home, it’s the sound of my Georgia heart. It’s hard to imagine anybody loving it more than me.”

We could not agree more! We’re happy to see Brown blazing the trail for equality, acceptance, and love in country music. It doesn’t hurt that the new song is so fun too.

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Blanco Brown releases brand new song “Nobody’s More Country”, out now, June 18th

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“Nobody’s More Country” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, HARDY: “The Worst Country Song Of All Time”

Brantley Gilbert joins forces with Toby Keith and HARDY on “The Worst Country Song Of All Time,” available now, June 18th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

There are few things better than a star-studded collaboration in country music. Social media blew up when fans found out that Brantley Gilbert was going to join forces with the legendary Toby Keith and one of our favorite rising stars, HARDY. The three extremely talented men officially dropped a song today that they never thought they actually would. “The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is officially out.

The idea all started when HARDY threw out the title at a write with co-writers Gilbert, Hunter Phelps, and Will Weatherly. Although all the men took it as a joke, they started throwing out line after line. Eventually, a song formed. “We were listening to the demo after we finished it, and I said to HARDY, “Man, if we get a wild hair and decide we’re actually going to cut this, would you be cool with cutting it with me?,” Gilbert shares of his collaborator in a recent press release. “I’ll never forget, he looked at me and he said, ‘Absolutely.’”

“I hate beer and honky-tonk women // And I don’t eat deer and I can’t stand fishing // I don’t know the words to Family Tradition // Folsom Prison or Walk The Line // And I think sweet tea is overrated // And all dirt roads were made for paving // Yeah this is the worst country song of all time”

Clearly, the men had something, when they received a seal of approval from Toby Keith, who is also featured on the track. “The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is one of those songs that only these trio of guys could actually release. It pokes fun at all the stereotypical ‘country boy’ things and flips it on its head. With some killer one-liners and a catchy beat, the song is a bop for sure!

We hope this collaboration will lead to even more collaboration between the talented men. Until then, make sure you jam to this one!

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Brantley Gilbert joins forces with Toby Keith and HARDY on new song, “The Worst Country Song Of All Time”, available now, June 18th

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Brantley Gilbert, Toby Keith, and HARDY announcements and releases.

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To keep up with Toby Keith follow him on  Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

To keep up with HARDY follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“The Worst Country Song Of All Time” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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SmithField: ‘New Town’ – EP Review

SmithField’s new EP, New Town, featuring six new tracks by the duo behind “Hey Whiskey”, is out now, June 16th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

With three years behind them since the release of their hit single, “Hey Whiskey,” country duo SmithField is back with a new EP, New Town, out today, June 16. Made up of six new original tracks, the pair of Jennifer Fielder and Trey Smith are determined to reintroduce country music fans to the female-male country duo. Interestingly, it’s been over a decade since a mixed-gender pair truly broke out in Nashville, but based on the songs on New Town, Smithfield should be the next twosome to do so.

Both Fielder and Smith grew up in Waxahachie, Texas, with grandparents who went to high school together. The pair first met at age ten but took different musical paths until their journeys crossed a decade ago when SmithField was born. Unlike other duos, the pair established a true partnership with neither member serving as the group’s lead singer or songwriter. Instead, they work together, trading harmonies and vocals to tell two unique sides to every story.

For the pair, New Town tells a unique tale of love and relationships. “Each track tells its own story,” says Smith in a statement. “But the entire EP weaves together to form a larger narrative about relationships. It’s all about the ups, the downs, and the persistence needed to fight through whatever comes at you. That’s our story.”

SmithField’s story begins here with the EP’s title track, a dreamy ode to falling in love in your hometown, allowing it to come alive again. Somehow, everything that was once familiar has become new through the lens of falling in love, and it’s a magical experience. “These stomping grounds have come alive,” They harmonize. “Since you and I // Became you and I.”

On “Something Sexy,” the pair does one of our favorite things in music, name-dropping other famous artists and songs as they embrace the rich romantic history of country music. Although the pair may be “too country for some Barry White,” they mention Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Chris Young by name. A few of the other songs they mention include “I Melt,” “Amazed,” “Raining on Sunday,” “Come a Little Closer,” and “Don’t Close Your Eyes,” among other romantic classics.

On “I’ll Never Stop,” the pair puts out the type of sultry anthem they sang about in “Something Sexy.” Although it’s a song about love lost, it stands out with its soulful, bluesy style. “Sometimes I hate // That I can’t let you go // And sometimes I can’t stand the thought // Of losing your memory,” they admit on the show-stopping ballad. “Oh I may be done loving you // But I’ll never stop.”

While “I’ll Never Stop” and “Burning Wings” are songs about love lost, the collection’s closer “We’ll Figure It Out” and “Sunday Best” are more hopeful. On the latter, they celebrate the everyday imperfections of true love. It’s not about putting on a fabricated facade, but embracing those times when your partner is far from perfect.  Meanwhile, on “We’ll Figure It Out,” SmithField muses that “loving is easy, but it’s the living that’s hard.”

SmithField’s New Town EP feels a lot like having a conversation with friends, which according to Fielder, was the goal “We’re big coffee people,” she says. “Whenever we perform a song, it’s like we’re grabbing a cup of coffee together, and the audience gets to be the third person who sits down with us and hears the whole conversation. They get to hear both sides. They get to understand how both parties feel. You don’t get that perspective from a solo artist. We’re opening up our hearts from both sides of the story, and the listener gets to hear our coffee talk.”

On their new EP, SmithField truly embraces every side of relationships, from the beautiful to the messy to the complicated. New Town is honest. It’s real, and it’s musically a truly great story from start to finish.

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SmithField’s new EP, ‘New Town’ is available now, June 16th, on all streaming platforms

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New Town is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Chris Lane Celebrates Fatherhood with New Song “Ain’t Even Met You Yet”

Chris Lane celebrates the birth of his son, Dutton, with new song, “Ain’t Even Met You Yet.” Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new track.

Life has been pretty amazing for Chris Lane lately. Newly married to his wife, Lauren Bushnell, the two love birds have had a pretty spectacular love story. Lane proposed to his now-wife with an unreleased song that has become a hit, “Big, Big Plans.” Now, he’s letting fans into his private life once again. The singer shared a brand new song celebrating fatherhood called “Ain’t Even Met You Yet.”

Lane released the song upon the birth of his son, Dutton Walker Lane. Just in time for Father’s Day, the new track could not come at a more perfect time. As a new father, Lane expresses feelings that only a parent can understand. He shares feelings of joy, fear, and unprecedented love. Written just prior to his birth, it is clear that the singer was reflecting a lot on becoming a dad. Lane seems to have a knack for writing music that mirrors his life.

“In a couple of months // I’m gonna get to hold your hand // You’re going to make this ole boy, your old man // I feel ready, but I feel scared to death // All I know is I love you // and I ain’t even met you yet”

The music video gives fans an even bigger peek into the life of the Lane’s. We catch a glimpse of Dutton’s nursery and even get to see the newborn baby arrive home for the first time. If we know anything, we bet this song, which will officially be released to all streaming platforms on Friday, June 25th, will blow up soon! Until then, congrats to Chris and Lauren on their beautiful baby boy!

In addition to the new music, Lane also announced plans for a tour kicking off this Fall. Get all the dates and details here.

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Thomas Rhett Teams Up with His Dad, Rhett Akins, on “Things Dads Do”

Thomas Rhett and his Dad, Rhett Akins teamed up on a brand new song just in time for Father’s Day.  “Things Dads Do” is available now, June 16th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new song.

When Thomas Rhett played at the Grand Ole Opry earlier this week, he was able to not only share the stage with his Dad, Rhett Akins, but he was also able to make a special announcement, with his dad by his side. Rhett announced he’d be releasing a new song (available now) called “Things Dads Do”, a song the father and son co-wrote together. He then played an acoustic version of the song, which you can watch here.  

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Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins performing “Things Dads Do” live from The Grand Ole Opry // Photo Credit: Chris Hollo

“Things Dads Do” comes just in time for Father’s Day. As one of our favorite country music Dads, we love how real and personal Rhett has been with writing about his family over the last few years, and this is just another example, with a special ode to his own dad.

“Things Dads Do” looks back on all the things that your dad used to do when you were a kid and covers everything he’s done for you over the years as you grew up, right up to the moment when you become a parent yourself and finally understand why they did everything they did.  Rhett is already a dad of three girls, with one more on the way. Reflecting on his own life and parenthood in the song, which includes looking back on his own childhood and what his parents did for him, comes naturally in his songwriting.  

“The next thing you know one’s five and one’s three // and one’s almost one and she’s cutting her teeth // and you’re in his shoes // and you’re starting to // do more than a few things dads do”

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Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins’ new song, “Things Dads Do” is available now, June 16th, on all streaming platforms

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“Things Dads Do” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: The Latest in Country Music – 6/11/21

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – 6/11/21

  • KELSEA BALLERINI + LANY – After wowing fans with an incredible performance at the CMT Awards, Kelsea Ballerini and LANY released their wistful new single, “I Quit Drinking”. – More >>
  • KAMERON MARLOWE – If you listen to anything today, listen to Kameron Marlowe’s brand new Spotify singles. Marlowe gives us a new version of his song “Giving You Up” along with a flawless cover of Johnny Cash’s classic hit, “Folsom Prison Blues”. – More >>
  • CHRIS YOUNG – Chris Young’s new song “Rescue Me” is here and shares the message that falling in love is a two-way street and everyone deserves to be rescued. – More >>
  • RESTLESS ROAD – The brand new trio, Restless Road, are quickly making a name for themselves in country music and their new song “Bar Friends” is just another example of their incredible talent. – More >>
  • BRAD PAISLEY – A fun, upbeat, love song to Nashville is just what we need after a daunting year for all and Brad Paisley gives us just that with “City of Music”. – More >>
  • ZAC BROWN BAND – In a time where life can feel chaotic and people can feel at odds, Zac Brown Band reminds us that we are all merely humans trying to make sense of life in brand new song, “Same Boat”. – More >>
  • JORDAN ROWE – “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” showcases country newcomer Jordan Rowe’s 90s influences and killer vocals. Listen to the new music here and be on the lookout for his debut album due out August 6th. –  More >>
  • FILMORE – Filmore just dropped the romantic love song that he wrote for his proposal to his now-wife, Paige. Penned with Mitchell Tenpenny and Michael Whitworth, check out “We’ll Be”. –  More >>
  • KYLIE MORGAN – Kylie Morgan introduces herself with her debut project, ‘Love, Kylie’. Proving her staying power in the genre, the collection of music is one you will want to have on repeat all summer long. – More >>
  • ADAM DOLEAC – In anticipation of its release, Adam Doleac claimed that “Key to the City” was the ‘hype song of the summer’ and that just about sums it up perfectly. Listen to the energetic jam here. – More >>

Take a listen to all of these tracks and more here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Filmore Releases Brand New Heartwarming Track “We’ll Be”

Filmore released a brand new track, “We’ll Be” available now, June 11th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Singer-songwriter Filmore continues to release music that we just cannot get enough of. The steady stream of releases that the singer drops continues to excite music fans everywhere.  Most recently the singer dropped an instant bop, “Who Cares.” Today, he released a heartwarming track called “We’ll Be.”

Co-written by Filmore with fellow artist Mitchell Tenpenny and songwriter Michael Whitworth, the new song is a beautiful love song. Filmore showcases his more vulnerable side on this track. “We’ll Be” is actually the song that the singer asked his now-wife to marry him with last year. How romantic is that?!

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Filmore’s new song, “We’ll Be” is available now, June 11th, on all streaming platforms

“Well be sitting on our porch swing // Thinking ‘bout nothing, but pouring another sweet tea // We’ll be laying on our king size // Watching that sunrise sneak in, like it’s got a spare key // Bare feet backyard running // Grow old, but stay young loving // If we’re this good right now, can’t wait to see // What we’ll be”

It is just the beginning for Filmore and his blossoming career. With each and every song released, he continues to grow his fanbase exponentially. His signature pop-country sound is innovative, and we cannot wait to see his star continue to rise.

To get more of your Filmore fix, check out our Swag Session below where he joined us back in January 2020 to chat and play a few songs.

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“We’ll Be” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Kylie Morgan: Love, Kylie – EP Review

Kylie Morgan’s debut EP, ‘Love, Kylie’, is available on all streaming platforms now, June 11th. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Country newcomer, Kylie Morgan released her debut Extended Play (EP) titled Love, Kylie today, June 11th at midnight. The six-track project contains three brand new songs and three previously released songs, “Shoulda,” “I Only Date Cowboys,” and the lead single “Break Things.”

A career in music is what Morgan dreamed of since she was three years old. Now twenty-five, she has landed a record deal and released her first EP appropriately titled Love, Kylie. Listeners who are unfamiliar with her just yet can learn more about her and her bubbly personality in these six fun, yet personal songs.

“You know how every little girl dreams and plans their wedding all their life? Well, this is what I was planning: my debut body of work,” Morgan told listeners in her teaser video. “Every song and every line is a chapter in my story and of my life and my prayer is that it relates to yours.”

Starting off the project with a previously released track, “Shoulda” is an edgy, up-tempo song about her poor decisions. After a messy breakup, she regretfully answers a phone call from her ex, which ends up with her waking up in his bed. Although the alcohol supported the choice, she knows she just should have stayed home. The clever songwriting and rock-inspired instrumentals make this an anthem for all people who struggle cutting ties with their former love interests.

Morgan lets her Oklahoma twang loose in the second song, “I Only Date Cowboys.” She admits she has dated every type of man, from bad-boys, city-boys, and the football stars, but no one gets her like a cowboy. Morgan shows her true country roots in this upbeat track, and even name drops several prominent cowboys such as Jesse James, John Wayne, and Billy Ray Cyrus in “Old Town Road.”

Break Things” was released in March of 2020 and has been her most popular song across all streaming platforms to date. In this energetic, yet vulnerable tune, Morgan confesses that she may be the reason her relationships don’t work out. She warns listeners and potential lovers to keep their feelings in check because she “breaks things,” including hearts.

So don’t stand too close // oh no don’t fall too hard // I ain’t a promise in the dark // ‘cause I break things // You think you do but you don’t // I tend to take it too far // So don’t hand me your heart // ‘cause I break things

Morgan made fans wait for the slower, more mild-tempo tracks on this project. In the acoustic-driven “Outdoor Voices,” she tells all dreamers that in order to achieve their goals, they need to use their outdoor voices, a knock to the classic parenting phrase “use your inside voices.” She puts her powerful vocals on display in this empowering message.

Out here no one can tell us we can’t use your outdoor voices // Don’t be afraid to live loud // I know that all voices tell you to keep it down, keep it down, keep it down // but I can hear you know, hear you now

In “Cheating on You,” the singer feels her and her lover are growing distant because things feel different when they talk, kiss, and lay in bed together. She expresses her concern over a snap-track beat, comparing this feeling to one of being with a complete stranger. Even though they are in the same room, their hearts are already out the door.

In the final track, “Mad I Need You,” Morgan explains the difference between physically and emotionally needing someone. In the first verse, she gives examples of how independent she is when it comes to changing a tire, or finding a way home from the bar, but when she is alone her body aches for this person. It frustrates her how badly she emotionally needs him.

Love, Kylie Track Listing
1. Shoulda (Kylie Morgan, Shane McAnally, Ben Johnson)
2. I Only Date Cowboys (Kylie Morgan, Nate Kenyon, Jay Allen)
3. Outdoor Voices (Kylie Morgan, Emily Falvey, Benjamin Joel Johnson)
4. Break Things (Kylie Morgan, Aaron Eshuis, James McNair, Nicolette Hayford)
5. Cheating On You (Kylie Morgan, Benjamin Joel Johnson, Geoffrey Warburton, Jeffrey Garrison)
6. Mad I Need You (Kylie Morgan, Nicholas Oliver Ruth, Emily Weisband) 

It has been quite the month for Morgan, who not only released her debut EP but also got engaged to her longtime boyfriend and fellow country artist, Jay Allen. With this collection of music, Morgan proves her staying power in the genre and we believe Kylie Morgan is on the road to becoming a household name. To learn more about Kylie Morgan, check out our interview with the artist here.

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Kylie Morgan’s debut EP ‘Love, Kylie’ is out today, June 11th on all streaming platforms

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Love, Kylie is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Rowe Drops New Song + Announces New Album

Jordan Rowe’s new song, “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” is out now, Junne 11th on all streaming platforms and his brand new album, Bad Case of The Good Ole Boy is due out on August 6th. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.

Last October, we interviewed country newcomer, Jordan Rowe for our Swag Spotlight feature. We knew instantly that his music would appeal to country music fans across the genre. Today the singer-songwriter released another new song “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” to entertain fans. He also announced his brand new debut album. Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy is slated to be released August 6th.

The new song is fans’ first taste at the upcoming record. “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” showcases Rowe’s 90s influences and killer vocals. A heartbreak song, the track encourages the listener to explore the depths of love and love loss. Although melancholy, the song takes a turn, as the protagonist finally meets someone new, one step closer to healing.

“I told myself I was just gonna stay home // Think about you from the couch with the game on // Go to bed early, lay there wide awake // Till my buddies called and said come on // just have one and call it a day // then I realized that I was gonna be up either way”

Fans can anticipate even more releases from the rising star over the next couple of months. The eight-song project will feature modern and traditional sounds, showcasing Rowe’s fresh taste on country music.

“I’m so excited to finally be putting out a full independent project. I’ve been working on some of these songs since 2019 and there was a lot of work that went into finding a unique sound,” shared the singer in a recent press release. “I  wanted to keep it young and competitive, but also make good country music like you and I grew up on.

If “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” is representative of the album, we are all in for a real treat come August!

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Jordan Rowe’s new album ‘Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy’ is due out August 6th

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“I Didn’t Sleep Last Night” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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