The hard-working Texas group has been gaining a new level of career visibility in recent years, thanks to hit songs “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” “Crazy Girl” and most recently “Drunk Last Night.” Now they are set to reach even higher with new album “10,000 Towns.”
For his third studio album, the “Whatever She’s Got” singer told Radio.com that he “really wanted to try some new things. Not intentionally go in a different direction, but explore some new territory.”
In honor of the release of his self-titled debut album, Cole Swindell is our Launch artist this week.
The “Helluva Life” singer released his brand-new album this week, “Sunshine & Whiskey.”
In celebration of their brand-new debut album “Feels Like Carolina,” Parmalee is our latest Launch artist. The group just earned their first-ever No. 1 this week with their single “Carolina.”
“A lot of times when I hear songs I imagine myself singing them live. If I can’t imagine myself singing that song live, it’s not going to work for me,” he said.
In celebration of his new album ‘See You Tonight,’ which hits stores Tuesday, Scotty McCreery is our Launch artist this week.
The songs on his new album “We Are Tonight” were “all instants for me,” Currington told Radio.com. “I would hear them and I’d be like, ‘I have to hear that again and again.’”
In honor of his new album “A.M.,” which hit stores this week, Chris Young is our latest Launch artist. “A.M.” contains Young’s current hit single “Aw Naw,” which is rising fast on the charts.
Arkansas native Justin Moore releases his third album, “Off the Beaten Path,” this Tuesday (Sept. 17). As he tells Radio.com, it’s “definitely the most diverse album I’ve done.”