Kenny Chesney took to social media to announce his next single will be "Everyone She Knows":
Excited to share that the next single from the #hereandnow album is "Everyone She Knows." I know so many women who are their own compass... and this song is for them. Wherever you are, however you are, just love the adventure and don’t worry what people think. #everyonesheknows pic.twitter.com/TIqMXBlEfH— Kenny Chesney (@kennychesney) January 25, 2022
This is the follow up to his #1 single "Knowing You", written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, and Josh Osborne. Kenny will soon be heading out on his stadium tour and will make a stop at Historic Crew Stadium in Columbus on August 18th.
Eli Young Band have released a new single, "Love Talking" which tells the story of a guy who confesses his feelings to his love interest. This song was 1 of around 100 songs that frontman Mike Eli has written over the past couple of years. This one will be part of an upcoming album that we're hearing is tentatively scheduled for release this summer.
Eli Young Band are currently out on the road, though they don't have a Northeast Ohio date on the schedule, you can take a road trip to see them at The Bluestone in Columbus on Thursday, April 14th!
Joe Nichols has released his next single "Good Day For Living" which is also the title track to his upcoming 10th studio album due out on February 11! This new song is all about looking towards the positive, celebrating simple moments and making the most out of every day.
Zac Brown Band released a new single called "Out in the Middle" which was co-written by Zac Brown and Luke Combs. This is the first time that the two have collaborated on a song along with Ben Simonetti and Jonathan Singleton. "Out in the Middle" is one of two songs Combs co-wrote for ZBB's new album, The Comeback, the other is called "Old Love Song".
Zac Brown Band goes out on the road for their Out in the Middle Tour beginning April 22nd.
Elvie Shane is following up his #1 single "My Boy" with his new release "County Roads". The song is featured on his debut EP of the same name and also appears on his full length debut album Backslider.
Evlie Shane will be performing at The Country Fest on Friday, June 17th. Click here to purchase tickets!
Clay Walker announced that his next single from his latest album Texas to Tennessee would be "Catching Up With An Ol' Memory".
Some of y’all may have guessed it already… but I’m so excited that “Catching Up With An Ol’ Memory” is my next single! Who’s ready to hear it on the radio? ? pic.twitter.com/iX0qtFxcsL— Clay Walker (@ClayWalker) January 11, 2022
The song is about a heartbreak but it's ok, there is no sadness because of thinking about those old memories.
Luke Combs debuted a new song at the CMA's this past November called "Doin' This". So that may be where you've heard this new one from Luke before. In the song he sings about his love of music and performing and if he wasn't doin' this, he'd still be doin' this regardless of the fame. If you missed the CMA performance here it is!
Today, Priscilla Block announced that she will be releasing her debut album Welcome To The Block Party on Friday, February 11th!
All of the songs on the 12 track album were co-written by Priscilla including her new single "My Bar", tonight's New at 9 New Song Spotlight!
Gabby Barrett's new single "Pick Me Up" is one of the four new songs on the deluxe version of her album Goldmine, and was tonight's New at 9 "New Song Spolight". It's a love song about her husband Cade Foehner and the comfort and smiles he brings her even on a not so great day. Gabby co-wrote the song with Ross Copperman and Jon Night and describes how sometimes the cure to a rough day can just be a drive through the backroads, under the moon with the person you love.
Gabby will be at The Country Fest on Thursday, June 16th, click here to purchase tickets!
Old Dominion released a new single from their latest album Time, Tequila & Therapy and it's the song that inspired the title of the album. You'll hear that in the first line of "No Hard Feelings", an everyday phrase that caught the attention of lead singer Matthew Ramsey. He carried that phrase around as a song title for a while before sitting down and writing a song around it with his bandmates and songwriter Shane McAnally.