Read Jenn's thoughts on the new singles that are released for the week of July 14, 2008.
Phil Vassar - "I Would"
It doesn't matter who you are, we've ALL wished we could take something back and change things around for what we'd hope to be a better ending. Though this song takes that premise to a "relationship" level, it could apply to any other part of life. Download/Purchase
Billy Currington - "Don't"As if the summer wasn't already hot enough, Billy Currington has come along to steam up the radio airwaves some more. He's definitely appealing to the ladies with "Dont," and it makes me wonder if this sultry kind of sound will become a signature of his... Not that I would complain.
Trisha Yearwood - "They Call It Falling For A Reason"
It's so nice to hear Trisha release a single that's fun and care-free like "They Call It Falling For A Reason." She knocks the ball out of the park with ballads and the same thing can be said for mid and up-tempo tunes. This is a great song you'd want to hear on a bright, sunny summer day. Listen
Little Big Town - "Fine Line"
I've been a fan of this group since their album, The Road To Here
. From then on there hasn't been a song that's disappointed me. That goes for radio singles and album tracks. We need more LBT on the radio, so give give them a spin or you might find yourself walking a "Fine Line" with your listeners. Listen
Pat Green - "Let Me"
This song shows a softer, more romantic side of Pat Green. He's mostly known as a fun guy singing songs about drinking and having a good time, but now he's released "Let Me." Nice to know that even a man's man can express himself in a gentle way. Listen Download/Purchase
Lance Miller - "Old Back In The New School"
"Old Back In The New School" is not only the title of Lance's new single, but it's exactly what he seems to have done with the song's sound. It's a little bit old school country with some new mixed in. It's nice to see that Lance hasn't changed completely from his Nashville Star days. Listen