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Singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd is joined by his wife, country star Maren Morris, on the smoldering new duet “Chasing After You,” released on Friday. It is Hurd’s first release since putting out the EOM EP, which featured his single “Every Other Memory,” in 2020. Penned by Brinley Addington and Jerry Flowers, “Chasing After You” chronicles the
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Blake Shelton is keeping it all in the (soon-to-be) family with his newest music video. The clip for the country singer’s hard-times love song “Minimum Wage” was directed by Todd Stefani, who just so happens to be the youngest brother of fellow artist Gwen Stefani, Shelton’s fiancée. The video’s sure to have Shelton fans missing in-person
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Kameron Marlowe follows in the musical footsteps of fellow North Carolina native Luke Combs with his debut single, “Sober as a Drunk.” The song’s traditional country leanings, clever wordplay and barrel-chested baritone vocals all hearken back to Combs’ early hits — but Marlowe is rapidly proving his determination to leave his mark on country music, on his
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From Shania Twain to Luke Combs, a number of country artists have sung songs about flying solo — and loving it. So, instead of moping around, mourning your lack of a soulmate, seize the day and strut your beautiful, single stuff. Put your solo dancing shoes on and embrace the joys of being unattached! There’s
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Dwight Yoakam is suing Warner Music over the rights to some of his older, best-known recordings. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Yoakam filed suit against the music giant in federal court in California on Monday (Feb. 8), claiming that the label has refused to confirm his right to reclaim the copyrights to some of his
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It’s been a decade since country music audiences first met Shy Carter. At 25, he helped write Sugarland‘s Top 5 hit “Stuck Like Glue,” a song that’s remarkable for Jennifer Nettles‘ rap break. Later he’d partner with Billy Currington to write “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” and add a rap break on the hitmaker’s
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The Brother Brothers take an honest look at one of life’s hardest emotions in their new song “Sorrow.” Despite being plodding and melancholy, the track is full of gorgeous harmonies from identical twins Adam and David Moss. Written by the Mosses, “Sorrow” — which is premiering exclusively on The Boot — speaks specifically about a lost relationship,
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