For the second week in a row, Country music has the highest profile release of the music world as Rascal Flatts follows Keith Urban's Defying Gravity with their fifth studio release "Unstoppable." Jason Aldean hopes fans latch on to his new "Wide Open" album as well. Click on any album cover to read that album's review.
Fans have come to expect Rascal Flatts to deliver a certain sound with their albums and with their sixth new release (8th overall) the trio has done just that but does the record have enough to win the group even more fans?
It's been four years since Jason Aldean first appeared on the Country scene and in those four years, he's sold nearly two million albums and scored 6 radio hits. Will "Wide Open" continue his forward momentum or has he already peaked?
It’s America, not rocket science. Rodney Atkins’s third studio album, It’s America, is rife with the kind of relentlessly upbeat everyman tunes that made the last album a huge success. But will that success continue here?
With his career remaining in high-gear, Keith Urban returns with this highly anticipated release. How does it stack against current releases? Does the album match, surpsass or fall short to the guitarist's stellar past catalog of albums?
Caitlin & Will have just released their debut radio single and what better way to celebrate its success on the charts than to release a six-song EP that should give their fans from Can You Duet something to listen to while awating the full CD.
With the release of this ambitious two-disc set, Bryan Clark has managed to cover multiple facets of Roots (or Americana) music in a unique way that shows off his vocal, songwriting and instrumental abilities.