New Music: October 22, 2018

Kip Moore released a song about the simple and slow country lifestyle called “Tennessee Boy.” It doesn’t get much better than this.

Kane Brown released a love song called “Good As You” with the music video featuring various shots from his wedding with Katelyn Jae. For more about their special day, be sure to check out the exclusive from People Magazine. 

Maddie & Tae sing about heartbreak in their latest called “Die From a Broken Heart.” The two gave thanks to their mom and dad with the release, and as you can tell from the lyrics, it’s a close and personal song for them.

Lacy Cavalier has a new song that is one of the most vulnerable and honest songs that you’ll hear from an artist in any genre. Give it a listen.

The Miranda Lambert-led Pistol Annies dropped “Sugar Daddy,” a new song from their upcoming album that is set to be released November 2nd.

Travis Denning (“David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs) released a patriotic and proud anthem called “Red, White, And Blue.”

HARDY is a new artist you might not be too familiar with but he released a four-song EP this past week. He wrote Morgan Wallen’s hit “Up Down” as well as Florida Georgia Line’s “Simple.” If you plan on seeing Morgan Wallen on tour this winter, you’ll get to hear HARDY open for him.

Walker Montgomery, the son of John Michael Montgomery, released his debut EP called “Simple Town.”

Nick Wayne, a Nashville songwriter released two songs this past Friday and shows us that he can really sing. In “How Do I Get Close” he sings about being in a meaningful relationship, which both people chasing their dreams meaning they have to spend a significant time apart from each other. His girlfriend is singer-songwriter Hannah Ellis.

In “If You Ever Wanna” is a catchy tune about the early stages of falling in love and simply asking a girl to give it a chance.