With the year drawing to a close, Roughstock editorial team has chosen their favorite country singles from 2008. Leading off this list, which will count-down daily, is this debut single from Country Thunder Records duo Bluefield.
With Thanksgiving now behind us, it's time for radio to start playing yuletide favorites. While the classics are always preferred, each year one or two newer tracks get a shot and for 2008, "All I Want For Christmas Is You" may be one o
Taylor Swift is riding high on the charts and in life as her career is has risen to previously uncharted levels for an 18 year old country artist. "White Horse" is her second single from "Fearless" and all signs point to it being a huge hit for Miss Swift. Is the song worthy of such a lofty status?
Known to fans everywere for rock-infused hits like "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" and an appearance last year on "Celebrity Apprentice," Adkins has always been about more than that. On "X," Trace looks to prove it with a lot of powerful ballads.
While she was shut out of any awards at the 42nd CMA Awards, Taylor Swift scored the "Favorite Female Vocalist" award at last night's American Music Awards. The usual suspects also won in the other country categories while Chris Brown and the Jonas Brothers domin
A masterful songwriter, Darrell Scott isn't above recording other writers' works and that's just what he does on this record. It is composed of songs that helped define who he is as a writer/artist and it has a classic mood and sound.
After scoring 4 consecutive #1's, Rodney Atkins' last single "Invisibly Shaken" tanked at radio. Rather than return to radio with a ballad, Rodney instead returns with this track, a song that unsurprisingly sounds closer to those previous big hits. Will it bring him another hit?
With her current single "Should've Been Born With Wheels" rising up the charts, Oklahoma's Shawna Russell has released "Goddess." While it's rocking, the album has a lot of roots in country. Do these roots stand out?