Thursday, September 26, 2013

Throwback Thursday

Country Classics That We're Still Listening To

"I Got a Feelin'" - Billy Currington

With the release of Currington's new album, we can't forget the song that broke him onto the scene back in 2002 from his debut self titled album.

Check out Billy Currington's debut album and classic single on iTunes Here

"I Go Back" - Kenny Chesney 

Everyone knows country superstar Kenny Chesney.  Chesney has a countless number of hits including this classic released in 2004 off his album "When The Sun Goes Down".  Chesney just had his last stop on his 2013 No Shoes Nation Tour back in August at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA.

Check out Chesney's classic album and hit track on iTunes Here

"Red Dirt Road" - Brooks & Dunn

Brooks & Dunn announced their retirement as a duo in 2010 as they both decided to pursue solo careers after 20 years performing together.  They released one of their biggest hits, the title track of the album "Red Dirt Road" back in 2003, and it is still a hit today.

Check out the album and title track on iTunes Here

"Hell On The Heart" - Eric Church

Eric Church became a superstar after the release of his single "Springsteen" from his hit album "Chief" back in 2011.  However, Church was recording hit songs before that, such as "Hell On The Heart" from 2 years earlier in 2009. 

Check out all Eric Church's hits from his debut album to his most recent release on iTunes Here

"Drive (For Daddy Gene)" - Alan Jackson

Alan Jackson needs no introduction.  He's been releasing hits since his first single in 1989, and released the title track "Drive (For Daddy Gene)" back in 2002.  Jackson is one of country's household names and recently released "The Bluegrass Album" on September 24th.  It's a nice change of pace as bluegrass music has lost popularity with the current generation. 

Check out Alan Jackson's new album and classic hits on iTunes Here

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