New Music This Week

Listen to our New Music Playlist here.

Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber team up on “10,000 Hours” celebrating their love for their wives. You’re going to hear this one on the radio for quite awhile.

“My Person” is the new release from Spencer Crandall this week. All this guy does is release catchy new songs.

Brantley Gilbert released his new album Fire & Brimstone this week. With 15 songs on the project there’s bound to be plenty of songs for you to enjoy. Start with “Never Gonna Be Alone.”

Brandon Lay is one of our favorite country risers. A year after touring with Kenny Chesney, he’s releasing new music with “Still Rock and Roll.”

“Everywhere I’m Goin'” is the latest from Maddie & Tae. The duo is in the middle of supporting Carrie Underwood on tour and continue to release even more music. The harmonies in this one are top notch.

Robert Counts is another up and coming artist you’re going to want to add to your playlist. This week he dropped his new EP including “Dress Up.”

Josh Kerr is a name you should probably familiarize yourself with. He’s penned songs for some of the biggest names in country and is now full steam ahead pursuing his solo artist career with the announcement of a new album How Do You Remember Me due out November 8. With the announcement, he released a new song from the album called “In Case I Never See You Again.”

Steve Moakler released a few new songs this week and one of our favorites is about pushing through the tough times to get to something truly great. Take a listen to “Push.”

“Mind of Its Own” is Muscadine Bloodline’s new one this week as they sing about the difficulty of getting closure and going back to the familiarity and comfort of a former love.

Trea Landon is building off the success of “Loved by a County Boy” with his newest song “What Feelin’ Good Feels Like.”

Stephanie Quayle released her new EP this week in If I Was A Cowboy. Check out the title track.

Josh Bricker is an up and coming artist who dropped a fun ‘party in the sticks’ tune this week with “Red Cup Flippin’.”