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15 Songs on Miranda Lambert's Country Music Radio Request List

A couple of nights ago, during one of her Highway Vagabond Tour stops, Miranda Lambert got a little vulnerable with her fans before playing her current single, "Tin Man."

Lambert was preparing to sing the song by herself when she said, "I'm gonna do one by myself, because I can. I want to do this on behalf of all the girls that are not being played on country radio right now. If you really love us, you will call and request any female that has a song out and something to say. This is one of those called 'Tin Man.'"

Lambert rarely asks for fans to do things like this, which makes it even cooler. Currently, three women are on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Lambert is one of them, but "Tin Man" has been lingering in the high 30s for weeks now. Carly Pearce and Maren Morris are the other two, with Kelsea Ballerini likely jumping in soon.

To make things easier for fans, I made a list of songs you can call and ask your radio station to play. If you're feeling real spunky, go ahead and ask for some Kacey Musgraves, Cam, Ashley Monroe or Maddie & Tae even though they don't have new stuff out.

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Typically, our summer playlist consists of good time, feel great tunes. You know, songs you can listen to on a boat or on the beach. But, this summer, some of our favorite songs are just too good to ignore, even if they are little bit sad. That's what country music is all about, anyway. Right?

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5 Country Albums Perfect for Summer

With the summer months, comes beach-y rendezvous and road trips across the nation. If you're lucky, you can get lost on the open road, with the radio or mixtape blasting in the sweltering breeze. This year has already proven to be a great year in music and country has been especially strong. From mainstream acts like Little Big Town to Americana torchbearer Angaleena Presley, the format has lived up to its name. As we take a dive into summer (finally, after four grueling months of hot 'n cold uncertainty from Mother Nature), One Country digs up the five albums that are ripe for those long, hot nights.

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Brad Paisley has an uncanny way of clipping thoughtful, often witty, commentary out of society and dropping it into his songwriting. Roger Miller and John Prine are obvious influences, but he has expanded themes of the American Heartland, such as the working class, religion and social stereotypes, to reach a new generation. Through numerous studio records, from his 1999 debut We Need Pictures to 2017's solid Love and War collection, he has commanded the airwaves with such classics as "He Didn't Have to Be," "Whiskey Lullaby" (with Alison Krauss), "Waitin' on a Woman" and more. But what about those deep tracks which often get overlooked in the digital age of instant downloads and streaming services? Well, they simply fade away into history--but many of them are among Paisley's best work.

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