George Strait Releases Title Track, “Honky Tonk Time Machine,” From Upcoming Album [Listen]

George Strait new single Honky Tonk Time Machine

Fans of traditional country music have plenty of reasons to rejoice these days. George Strait hasn’t forgotten the music that he cut his teeth on and he’s celebrating it in a big way with his newest release, “Honky Tonk Time Machine.” The title track of his upcoming 30th studio album features all of the delicious … Read more

Reba McEntire Puts a Little Swing in Her Step With New Song, “No U in Oklahoma” [Listen]

Reba new single No U in Oklahoma

Reba McEntire has repeatedly told the media that her next album, Stronger Than the Truth, is her most country album she has recorded, and the new single, “No U In Oklahoma,” is pure testimony to that. Written by the queen herself, Reba, along with Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden, the tune is a full-on romp … Read more

Luke Combs Debuts Brand New Song, “Every Little Bit Helps,” For 2019

Luke Combs New song Every Little Bit Helps

Luke Combs is kicking off the new year right by sharing a brand new song just for his fans. After noticing that he was three thousand followers short of a million on Instagram, Luke made a deal with fans to get him over the sweet spot number. “Here’s the deal — I’m 3K followers away … Read more

Maren Morris Shares Sneak Peek of New Music from Upcoming Album [Listen]

Maren Morris new single

Maren Morris is hard at work on the follow-up to her 2016 major label debut “Hero” and she gave fans at a recent concert an early listen to a brand new song. While she didn’t reveal the song’s title, she did share some of the lyrics in a caption on Instagram. “…lucky for me, your … Read more

Kane Brown Praises the Miniskirt in New Song “Short Skirt Weather” [Listen]

Kane Brown Short Skirt Weather

As we head into Fall, Kane Brown is holding on to the Summer months with his latest release, “Short Skirt Weather,” from his upcoming album. The new single, written by Kane, Chase McGill andWill Weatherly, has Kane praising the little mini that his baby is wearing in the warm weather. It is hot after all. Kane … Read more

Brett Eldredge’s New Single “The Long Way” Is the “Deepest” Love Song He’s Ever Written

Brett Eldredge took a chance with new song, “The Long Way.” He wrote with a new writer — Matt Rogers — to create a much deeper love song than he’s ever written before.

“‘The Long Way’ is a look into what I want to find in love,” Brett explains. “It’s about getting to know somebody more than just on the surface, getting to know somebody deep down to their core. It’s more than just taking the long way around their town, it’s through their imagination. It’s them telling you everything about where they came from. You want to know every single detail – where they wrecked their bike the first time, where their parents fell in love, the lot where the car they drove in high school is sitting. I think this song says don’t be afraid to have that conversation, don’t be afraid to get to know that person.”


Brett recently told
One Country and other media outlets about how intimate this new, self-titled album.

“There’s probably a song where someone is going to listen and say, ‘That’s about me,’ and I love that,” he said. “No one is going to know exactly who that person is and if they say it’s them, I will probably never say it was them … there’s definitely someone who will hear a song or two on here and think it’s about them.”

While he didn’t come out and says it,
Brett — who confirmed that he was single — made it seem like those songs are more “breakup” tunes. So, if “The Long Way” sounds like the love story you’re looking for, you may have a shot.

Parmalee Thank You for Listening to Their New Tune “Sunday Morning”

As Parmalee get ready to release their new album, 27861, they’re grateful that fans are listening to the project’s first single. “Sunday Morning,” which was written by the group’s Matt Thomas and songwriters Ross Copperman and Josh Osborne. “It’s like my favorite song right now to play live,” Matt told One Country. “People are clapping … Read more