Ashley Sofia, ‘That Girl Is a Rainbow’ [Exclusive Premiere]
"It's a song about accepting your own worth, and finally realizing that you're better than the terrible ways that you've been treated," Sofia tells The Boot.
All of Suzy Bogguss’ Country Albums, Ranked
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Aaron Watson Interview: ‘Red Bandana’ Is His ‘Best Effort,’ But He’s Still Improving 20 Ye…
"I hope it's not my last, but I went into making this album with the mentality that this might be the last ..."
Chance McCoy, ‘Lonesome Pine’ [Exclusive Premiere]
"I guess that kind of loneliness gets deep inside a person. I’ve never shaken it ..."
Kevin Fowler, ‘Country Song to Sing’ Music Video [Exclusive Premiere]
It's the perfect backdrop for a song that's all about paying homage to the good ole days with good tunes blaring in the background.
Madison Cunningham, ‘All at Once’ Music Video [Exclusive Premiere]
A multi-instrumentalist and Orange County, Calif., native, Cunningham began playing guitar at the age of seven, inspired by her father.
Guest Room Sessions: Brittany McLamb, ‘Lose It’
"I spend the majority of my daytime hours at my job," McLamb tells The Boot, "and every time I walk down the stairwell, I always think to myself how good the acoustics sound."
NewTown, ‘Long Hard Road’ [Exclusive Premiere]
"I enjoy the [song's] theme of having to be away from someone for whatever reason and just feeling that overwhelming sense of needing to get back. We can all relate to that on some level.”
Courtney Hartman & Taylor Ashton, ‘Dead to Me’ [Exclusive Premiere]
Written in the tradition of great "cheeky duets" such as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers' "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," Hartman and Ashton's unique vocals and classic instrumentation lend a vintage vibe to "Dead to Me."
Jessica Lynn, ‘Let’s Don’t’ Music Video [Exclusive Premiere]
"Staying in and just being with each other are some of the best times you will ever have ..."