Russell Dickerson Achieves Rare Feat as First Three Singles Hit No. 1

Russell Dickerson Album Release

One of our all-time favorite artists and one of our day ones’, Russell Dickerson has achieved a monumental feat. His first three singles to ever be released to country radio hit the number one spot on the charts, including “Yours,” “Blue Tacoma,” and most recently, “Every Little Thing.”

Although there are tons of artists that have reached the top spot on the charts, there are only a few, who have accomplished this as a brand new artist. Dickerson joins the likes of Luke Combs, who currently holds the record with six number ones in a row and Kelsea Ballerini, who’s first three singles all reached the coveted number one spot. Florida Georgia Line rounds out this list with their first four singles also hitting the top spot on Country Airplay in modern times.

This is a testament to these artists, who know their fan base and audience so well that they delivered a debut record that both fans and country radio love and support. Dickerson’s hard work and organic rise to fame deserves to be recognized and applauded, as he truly is the epitome of what hitting the pavement, never giving up, and keeping a positive attitude can do for you.

His first number one, “Yours,” was truly the little song that could. Dickerson first played the song for us, when we hosted our first ever Country Brunch with the singer-songwriter back in January 2016. This was before his record deal and before his debut album, but even then the entertainer knew how to win over fans in the room and mesmerize even the skeptics with his undeniable charm and talent.  Country fans who got to witness his magic and stage presence early on knew then that we had a superstar on our hands.

Russell Dickerson

“Blue Tacoma,” his second single to country radio off his debut record Yours, topped the charts almost a year to the date of his album release. If that’s not proof that he is made for this life, then we don’t know what is! Dickerson played this song, along with his third number one, “Every Little Thing,” and “MGNO,” at our Country On the Water event back in the summer of 2016, when all he had out was an EP.

We are so proud to champion his career over the years, and truly appreciate how he has stayed as humble as they come; despite, all his well-deserved success. Dickerson’s love and pride for what he does was truly showcased when he performed his heart out at Madison Square Garden back in September.

Years prior, our founder, Stephanie Wagner manifested that he would one day perform on that stage. Dickerson also remembered that moment and took time out of his performance to show his support for NYCountry Swag, shouting out our company on the sold-out venue filled with 18k country fans.

We cannot wait to continue to root for more success for the singer-songwriter and predict that one day he will be accepting an honor as Entertainer of the Year.

Congratulations to Russell and his team on this awesome accomplishment!

It will be interesting to see, who will join this crew of talented singer-songwriters next! In the meantime, check out some other rising artists, whose debut singles hit, the top spot on the charts here.

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



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Russell Dickerson Releases “Every Little Thing” Stripped

Russell Dickerson Every Little Thing

If you have seen Russell Dickerson perform live then you know he is a ball full of energy, running, jumping and dancing around the stage. One song after another he brings the crowd to another level each and every time.

His latest single “Every Little Thing” which is currently climbing up the country music charts is another ode to his beautiful wife Kailey, who he just celebrated a six-year wedding anniversary with. Although the track was written by Dickerson with Parker Welling and Casey Brown about his wife, anyone who truly admires even the smallest quirks about their significant other can relate.

“Yeah, she’s Seattle and Sonoma / Runs on coffee and red wine / Easy like Sunday morning and wild like Saturday night / She’s 24-carat goodness, an angel’s all I see / She dresses up for everything, but she only dress down for me”

Released on Friday, Dickerson gave “Every Little Thing” a make-over, stripping it down to an acoustic version. Although it keeps the same mid-tempo pace, the newer version allows you to focus strictly on Dickerson’s delivery of each lyric.

To accompany the stripped version, you can watch a color-block video of the song on Spotify here. Check out the official music video for the track below.

To keep up with Russell Dickerson follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“Every Little Thing” Stripped is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music 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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NYCS First Impression: Carly Pearce Shines with ‘Every Little Thing’

Carly Pearce Debut Album


Carly Pearce, one of our 5 Rising Country Stars You Should Be Listening To, released her debut album today.  Releasing Every Little Thing is an important milestone for the young singer-songwriter who left high school to pursue her music career, working at Dollywood when she was only 16 years old.

“Raw, real, I’m not trying to hide anything, and I think by sharing my struggles, whether you’re a young girl or someone my age or my mom’s, you’re either going to experience it, are going through it or already have,” she says about her debut record.   The breakout title track earned Pearce her stripes and her record deal with Big Machine Record and the single is currently sitting in the number 6 spot on the country charts.

Pearce co-wrote 8 of the 13 tracks on the project along with smash hit writers such as Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird, Hilary Lindsey, Natalie Hemby and Shane McAnally. Whether it’s a story about heartbreak and the well-known sorrow felt after a relationship ends (“Every Little Thing”, “Careless”) or missing home and pride in your hometown (“I Could Use A Ride Home “Honeysuckle”) Pearce’s earnest way of expressing her emotions through her music is reminiscent of powerhouses such as Carrie Underwood.

Not all of the songs on the record are ballads, “Dare Ya” and “Color” are playful and Pearce’s rich, velvety tone shines through. Producer, Busbee has backed Pearce and has helped to shape the album. Her latest single, “If My Name Was Whiskey” is a fresh spin on a common vice.

If you are a fan of powerful lyrics, a strong female presence, and artists like Martina McBride, Eric Church and Carrie Underwood, check out Every Little Thing, you won’t be disappointed.

Grab your copy of the album on iTunes, and be sure to listen to NASH FM 94.7 this Tuesday to hear Carly perform at Stage 17 NYC.


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