The sophomore single from Reba McEntire’s current album Love Somebody is built around an age-old conceit: sometimes you don’t know what you have until you’ve lost it.
A solid chorus and a pleasantly twangy arrangement make the new Rascal Flatts single listenable.
I just don’t get Sam Hunt.
Trite, pointless radio filler that doesn’t bother to make an attempt at originality or substance.
I feel like I’ve heard this a million times before, and that the thrill of discovery that used to be an integral part of hearing new Keith Urban music is well behind us now.
Not sure if he’s misunderstood so much as underappreciated, but that’s beside the point, isn’t?
“Damn Country Music” comes damn close to being a damn good song about chasing the country music dream.
A haunting, evocative album closer that I can’t believe is being sent to radio, “Beautiful Stranger” showcases Toby Keith’s often overlooked talents as a vocalist and as a songwriter.
The songs of Chris Stapleton have become chart-toppers for some of country music’s most prolific artists. He’s also crafted the kind of album cuts that stop you in your tracks and resonate immediately.
I can’t figure out why Toby Keith can’t get any mileage off of the singles from his new album. It’s not even out yet, and this is the third release.