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(2014/Arista) 25 tracksmedium 1Something In The Waterlittle Toy Gunsinside Your Heavenjesus, Take The Wheeldon't Forget To Remember Mebefore He Cheatswastedso Smallall-American Girllast Namejust A Dreami Told You So Feat Randy Travismedium 2Cowboy Casanovatemporary Homeundo Itmama's Songremind Me With, continued.
Nashville, Tenn. Capitol Records Nashville's Darius Rucker will release his first Christmas album, Home For The Holidays, on October 27. The twelve track album will include holiday classics as well as two Rucker originals, "Candy Cane Christmas" and "What God Wants For Christmas.
(2014/WB) 12 tracksmedium 1Bringing Back The Sunshineneon Lightlonely Tonight (Feat Ashley Monroe)Gonnaa Girlsangriabuzzin' (Feat Raelynn)Just South Of Heaveni Need My Girlgood Country Songanyone Elsejust Gettin' ed.
(2014/Broken Bow) 15 tracks. Medium 1Just Gettin' Startedshow You Offburnin' It Downtryin' To Love Mesweet Little Somethin'Laid Backtonight Looks Good On Youtoo Fastif My Truck Could Talkold Boots, New Dirti Took It With Medon't Change Gonemiss That Girlgonna Know We Were Heretwo Night Town.
2014 debut album from The Sing Off winners. Crazy Life features a collection of original music as well as a selection of songs the group performed on the show including, "Ring Of Fire" (Johnny Cash) and a Hunter Hayes medley featuring "I Want Crazy" from the show's finale.
11 of the 14 tracks are former #1 singles.
Florida Georgia Line is continuing the record-breaking momentum with Gold-certified Dirt, the lead single from their highly anticipated sophomore album Anything Goes, slated for release October 14 (Republic Nashville).
Seven-time Grammy winning trio Lady Antebellum's fifth studio album 747 is available on Sept 30. Nathan Champman co-produced the 14-song disc with Lady A for the Capitol Records Nashville release. "We unanimously knew that our album title had to be 747," said Hillary Scott.