Monthly Archives: July 2012

Artist to Watch: Greg Bates, The Neotraditionalist

If you listen to any country radio station, it’s nearly impossible to hear anything that resembles the genre’s foundation. The reason for that is it’s becoming more difficult to find a song that includes the exquisite twang of a fiddle or the heart wrenching cry of a steel guitar on country radio. Thankfully there are a handful of artists who are are trying to keep those sounds alive including legends like George Strait and Alan Jackson as well as young artists like Easton Corbin and Chris Young. Now there’s a new guy in town who has the potential to become a country superstar and his name is Greg Bates.

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Tim McGraw, “Truck Yeah”

Tim McGraw is one of country music’s biggest superstars and serves as a role model for some of the genre’s newcomers who long to have a career as huge as his. I believe that role model status has a lot of responsibility attached to it and one should try to set a great example for new artists. Tim has released some fantastic music throughout his career but nothing comes close to the singer’s new single, “Truck Yeah.”

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Review Blast: Songs of the Summer

The summer season has brought with it some of the hottest temperatures our country has ever seen. Thankfully, country music has offered some fantastic songs to keep us cool during the extremely hot season. Here are some quick reviews of some of my personal favorites from artists like Little Big Town, Zac Brown Band, and more!

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