Clay Walker, “Fall” Clay Walker was the mid-nineties radio king when it came to sappy romantic songs, taking over for Doug Stone when his stock fell. Sap like “Rumor Has It”, “Watch This”, “Hypnotize the
Bucky Covington Bucky Covington The latest American Idol castaway to wash up on the shores of country radio is 2006 eighth-placer Bucky Covington, who sees his debut album hit stores a little over a year
Pam Tillis Rhinestoned Rhinestoned, the first album of new material from Pam Tillis in nearly six years, once carried the subtitle High on Country Music. The title may have been shortened, but its spirit remains.
Kris is here to keep me calm. Good God, what an astonishingly tasteless evening. A nasty host with an insult for everybody, music that barely resembles country, and women spoken of with no respect, whether
Tracy Byrd, “Better Places Than This” Byrd’s drinking funny-man songs have become his signature over the years, with his most popular songs these days being “Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo” and “Drinkin’ Bone.” His 2006