Happy Friday, TMI! It’s finally the best day of the week. In case you missed it, we have some incredible new music from emerging country star Walker Montgomery to powerhouse guitarist and vocalist David Myhre. We’ve rounded up a few of the hottest releases in Music City to add to your new music playlist and start the weekend off the right way. Check out the below tracks, and let us know if we missed anyone!
Walker Montgomery – “Like My Daddy Done It”
“Like My Daddy Done It” is the ultimate country anthem we’ve been waiting for in 2020. With country music in his veins and strong family ties to the genre, Walker has the makings to be the next big thing. We’re excited to see where he will go!
Jon Wolfe – Live At The Legendary Gruene Hall
The Texas country star dropped an incredible live album chock full of his hits his fan know and love. Performed at the historic Gruene Hall in Texas, Jon captured the high energy and essence of his one-of-a-kind live shows. Check out his live versoin of “Singin’ Thing” below.
Kenny Chesney – “Here and Now” We’re always happy to hear from Mr. Chesney, and we can’t wait to wash the winter blues away with this jam perfect for spring.
David Myhre – “Disguise” In his solo debut, David – the long time lead guitarist is showing us what he is made of. His rock inspired voice and melody effortlessly find their footing in the country genre. Loving this unique new voice and sound that you don’t typically get to hear.
Christie Huff – “Love-Ish” Acoustic
California country artist Christie Huff is one to watch in country music. She delivers her acoustic rendition of her emotive single, “Love-Ish.” The song is a perfect reminder to appreciate the little things and live in the moment. We’re in our feels over here with this one!
Jimmie Allen – “This Is Us”
Allen leans into his pop influences with this latest. This pop-inspired song still holds Jimmie’s thick country accent that we love but he pairs it with Noah Cyrus for a fresh sound.
RaeLynn – “Keep Up”
This girl brings the fun, and it’s always exciting to see what’s up her sleeve. Check out a good time tune “Keep Up” below.