New Music: August 5, 2019

Riley Green dropped a heartfelt new one that is guaranteed to make you feel something. Sadness, nostalgia, or even joy. “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” is a must listen this week.

Brantley Gilbert announced his new album Fire & Brimstone will be released October 4th. In addition, he dropped a new song that showcases why we all love his music so much. “Bad Boy” is the new one from him this week.

“Cheatin’ Songs” is yet another new song from Midland as they gear up for their album release for Let It Roll due out August 23rd.

If you haven’t heard of Hannah Ellis, first of all, what’s wrong with you? Second of all, you need to know who she is as she’s about to blow up in a similar fashion that Carly Pearce did. This week she released a fun friend’s anthem in “Friends Like These.”

Luke Combs seriously can’t do anything wrong it seems. His newest song “Let’s Just Be Friends” is from The Angry Bird Movie 2. It’s not going to end up at radio, but for a kids movie the song is relatable to adults as well.

Tracy Lawrence is also coming out with a new album soon as Made in America will drop on August 16th. “Nothing Burns Like You” is the latest from that project that he’s released ahead of time.

Sticking with the Tracy Lawrence era, Joe Diffie is out with new music. “As Long as There’s a Bar” is a fun tune about finding comfort in knowing there’s a place you can escape to and have a great time.

Sheryl Crow and Chris Stapleton team up for a groovy duet in “Tell Me When It’s Over.” Get use to the collaborations as Crow’s releasing a 17-track album at the end of the month that is entirely collaborations with other artists inside and outside of country music.

Tyler Childers released his highly anticipated new album Country Squire this week. Take a listen to the project and let us know which is your favorite.

For the third straight week, The Highwomen released a new song. “The Chain” will appear in the upcoming movie The Kitchen which stars Melissa McCartney.

LJ is an up and coming artist who released a bluesy ballad with “Suit Yourself.” Add this one to your playlist this week.