Miranda Lambert surprised fans by releasing two new songs this week…a day earlier than new music too. “It All Comes Out in the Wash” is a humorous song that has Miranda singing about how a misbehaving guy is going to get his karma. “Locomotive” is an uptempo, western sounding song right in her wheelhouse.
Man do I love Cole Swindell. He’s always giving fans new music and cuts from writing sessions. “All Nighter” is his latest from his upcoming EP Down Home Sessions V.
Billy Currington sets the mood just right in his beach vibe song about having his eyes on someone in “Details.”
Justin Moore’s latest song is speaking my language. “That’s Why We Drink” is a catchy song that gives you every reason possible to throw one back.
Jon Pardi continues the drinking theme with a salute to Jack Daniels. “Me and Jack” is a song that I’m guessing plenty of people can unfortunately relate to.
Drew Baldridge is out with a new song this week with an important message for men to hear. “She’s Somebody’s Daughter” is a song about respect and treating women the way they’re suppose to be treated.
Ryan Hurd released a 4-track EP Panorma this week. One of the standout tracks on the album is “Good As You Think I Am,” a song that he wrote with Maren a few years ago.
Speaking of Maren Morris, her and three of her friends are teaming up to release an album later this year. The Highwomen includes Maren, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Amanda Shires. Their debut single “Redesigning Women” is a vocal masterpiece that has the group singing about shattering the molds and stereotypes of women.
Kelleigh Bannon released another new song this week. “Faith in You” has her singing about letting go of control and having faith that she deserves a good relationship and a good man.
“Chevys and Fords” is one tune you’re going to want to make sure you listen to this week. Billy Ray Cyrus is joined by Johnny McGuire (formerly of Walker McGuire) on this country ballad about the simple life.
Jackson Michelson is a new artist that I’m really becoming a fan of as he makes damn good music. “Stay Over” is his latest as he sings about a breakup that is never truly final.