Some of the best singles of the year are also songs that rarely got a chance at radio. Hammond, LA Native Todd O'Neill's "Can I Come Over Tonight" is one of them and it was good enough to land at 31 on Roughstock's year-end best-of 2008 list.
While the song lyric is very important to country music, if the voice singing the words doesn't have at least an interesting voice, then what's the point? Without a good voice/lyrics, a song is just music.
With a plethora of handsome country singers with marginal talent gaining record deals nationally, it's nice to know true singers like Tood O'Neill are out there. "Cajun Queen" is the second single from his new Aria Records Nashville release"Real Life." Does the song do enough to stand out?