Jamie Lynn Spears is professionally known as the star of the Nickelodeon show Zoey 101. However, she is most known as the little sister of pop superstar Britney Spears. The younger Spears sister is showing that she has talent as well by releasing her first country music single. Let’s just say the song isn’t what you’d expect. Continue reading
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Little Big Town has been on the biggest high since last year’s “Pontoon” barreled them into the top of the charts. Their album, Tornado, was one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2012 and scored them a CMA nomination for Album of the Year. After stumbling a bit on the charts with the album’s third single, “Your Side of the Bed,” the quartet is ready to top the charts with one of the group’s finest singles of its career. Continue reading
Since bursting on the scene with immense critical acclaim, country cutie Kacey Musgraves has become one of the most authentic artists in today’s country music. Her debut single “Merry Go ‘Round” was included on countless lists of best singles of 2012 and she’ll no doubt be appearing on Best of 2013 lists with the follow-up single, “Blowin’ Smoke.” However, it’s the singer’s latest single that has everyone talking. Continue reading
If you were to ask most country artists today what their primary goal of being a singer is, most likely they will answer by saying they simply want to touch and move people. They want to record and release music that not only resonates with them, but that will resonate with their audience as well. However, achieving that goal is easier said than done. In fact, it’s rare to find a song where the artist’s delivery matches the powerful message behind a set of lyrics. In recent years we’ve found a couple gems that live up that incredibly high standard of quality with songs by Miranda Lambert (“The House that Built Me”) and Sugarland (“Stay”). David Nail’s “The Sound of a Million Dreams” can now be added to that list of incredible songs.
After delivering one of the most played songs of 2011, the husband and wife duo known as Thompson Square are hoping to start 2012 off right by adding another smash hit to their evolving resume. Is the ballad “Glass” the next smash hit for the duo or will it be the first major flop of the new year? Continue reading