Joey + Rory are set to release their debut album "The Life Of A Song" on October 28th. Featuring 12 tracks (7 co-written by Rory), the album was co-produced by Carl Jackson. The lead-off single from the album is "Cheater, Cheater."
The big news for Duhks fans, prior to the release of this album, was that lead singer Jess Havey and drummer Scott Senior left the band and were replaced by Sarah and Christian Dugas respectively. With that cast change can longtime fans expect more of the same?
Many songs that get released to country radio of late have a 'sameness' to them that has the listener not knowing who they're listening to. "Cold" is a song that's not like that. It features an interesting lyric and melody. But will it be enough to make the song a hit?
Rodney Crowell has become one of America's greatest song poets for good reason. His songs speak to the heart and mind and are both lyrically and melodically interesting. "Sex And Gasoline" is his latest album and first to be released on Yep Roc R
With a successful songwriting career firmly established, Jason Matthews took the next step and decided to release an album of songs he's written nationally. "Hicotine" is a record full of passionate performances and solid country songs, just the type of albu
When it was announced that Faith Hill was going to release a Christmas album this year, it seemed like a natural and inevitable event. With her voice, how can she go wrong. Well, How about releasing a single from it in early September?
Jake Owen is one of the stronger vocalists to emerge on the country music scene in the last few years. With the success of two big hit singles, Owen is back with his newest single, "Don't Think I Can't Love You." Does it have a chance to be a big hit?
After the massive success of "All I Want To Do," Sugarland has chosen to release a single that is acutely more like what they've become known for at country radio. Is "Already Gone" the best choice for the second single?