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Rachel Farley, ‘Ain’t Easy’ – Song Review
Country newcomer Rachel Farley shows off a powerful voice and more attitude than any parent would want from their 17-year-old in her debut single 'Ain't Easy.' The mix works well coming from radio speakers, and the Georgia teen proves she's an artist to keep an eye on.
Jason Aldean, ‘1994’ – Song Review
Jason Aldean's nostalgic trip to a time of mullets and loud, heavily-starched cowboy shirts is a fun novelty on the 'Night Train' album. But if '1994' had a cinematic equivalent from that same year, it'd be 'It's Pat.' Like the movie, the song is cute the…
Behka’s Super Bowl Review for Dummies
Kids, I am not a sporty person. I just don't have much of the competitive drive. So I don't really care who wins or loses, and therefore I find I can't root for somebody in sports.  I don't know what it is, but it's just not there for me.
Now having said that, I did watch the football game this week.…
Kenny Chesney, ‘Pirate Flag’ – Song Review
From the first note, one knows the new single from Kenny Chesney's upcoming album is filled with more hope than much of the pensive material on 'Welcome to the Fishbowl.' 'Pirate Flag' opens softly -- with strings and a bouncy mandolin -- before Chesney begins to tell his st…
Parmalee, ‘Carolina’ – Song Review
"Polished" is not a word one would have used to describe Parmalee after the North Carolina foursome shared their debut single 'Musta Had a Good Time' in 2012, but the rowdy country rockers' follow-up single 'Carolina' is as radio-friendly of a track as you&…
Jake Owen, ‘Anywhere With You’ – Song Review
Jake Owen found his niche with songs from the 'Barefoot Blue Jean Night' album, but the unidirectional theme is wearing thin with the arrival of his new single 'Anywhere With You.' There's a thread of spontaneity and nostalgia throughout all of Owen's most recent h…
Eric Church, ‘Like Jesus Does’ – Song Review
Eric Church has released his most devoted love song from 'Chief' as the album's fifth single. 'Like Jesus Does' reveals the singer's vulnerabilities in a way none of his previous ballads have done. Like 'Springsteen,' reference is made to famous classic rock s…

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