This month's collection isn't that large but there's no fat to be found among the bunch. First off, we have Hunter Hayes' "Wild Card," the second preview track from his upcoming Storyline album. Next, there's Luke Bryan with yet another hit off of Crash My Party. The album's not even close to a year old yet it's already on his fourth single and this one may even top "Drink A Beer." It's certainly a catchy tune.
Newcomers are on our list -- as always -- with Dakota Bradley's "Won't Be Young Forever" being joined by Jamie Lynn Spears "How Could I Want More" and "Raise 'Em Up" from Austin Webb. Both Webb and Bradley are exciting newcomers from the same label -- StreamSound -- while Spears is releasing her debut project and stepping out of the large musical shadow cast by Britney Spears.
Finally, we have the lead single from Love And Theft, "Night That You'll Never Forget" and a focus track from Johnny Cash's lost album that is out later this year. This one, a remake of "I'm Movin' On," features Waylon Jennings.
New Country Songs March 2014:
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New Country Songs - February 2014
Each month we comb the internet and our contacts to bring you the freshest tracks in Country music. Below is a list of the tracks we found for the month of March, including some special, exclusive tracks.