Favorite Females’ Covers of Females’ Songs

August 30, 2015 Tara Seetharam 27

We can thank the shortsighted radio consultant Keith Hill for one thing: drawing attention to the women of country music in a year where so many of them are making outstanding music. As their mainstream counterparts cycle through a series of one-note styles and themes, female country artists are putting out diverse and decidedly more progressive music, even as they draw influence from previous generations. That they do so while supporting each other makes it all the more impressive.

Daily Top Five: Kinda Hits

August 20, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 16

Seems as good a topic as any for the day of the week known as Throwback Thursday.

While listening to a Pam Tillis hits playlist, “It’s Lonely Out There” came up early, just after some of her biggest hits and before a few other big hits.

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Daily Top Five: Sophomore Successes

July 9, 2015 Leeann Ward 10

We’ve all heard of the Sophomore Slump. It’s the phenomenon where an artist’s second album isn’t as good as their first album. This presumably happens because they’ve had more time to choose or write songs

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Say What? – Keith Hill

May 28, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 54

UPDATE: Check out the impeccably researched work of Deb B, also known as Windmills, over at MJ’s Big Blog: Country Radio & The Anti-Female Female Myth: A Data-Based Look ORIGINAL POST: Via Terri Clark’s Twitter,

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Daily Top Five: Pre-Fame Releases

May 24, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 11

From longtime reader Six String Richie. What are your favorite pre-fame releases?  You can pick singles and/or albums.  Whatever works for you. Here’s my Top Five: Patty Loveless, “I Did” Shania Twain, “Dance With the

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