Saving Country Music Launches Top 25 Current Spotify Playlist

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Hello Saving Country Music readers,

In an effort to create more portals to recommend more music, Saving Country Music has launched a Spotify Top 25 Playlist. Unlike other playlists posted by SCM previously, this one will be regularly augmented as time goes on with new tracks deemed worthy of distinction, and though it will likely parallel some of the music recommendations made on Saving Country Music proper, it won’t always, and may feature artists and songs that don’t receive reviews.

And no, there will not be any old country music songs on it, that is why it is called “current.” Perhaps a playlist featuring older songs will be launched in the future, but the focus here is stuff released in the last year or so mostly overlooked by the mainstream. Songs with staying power may remain for a good while, with others coming and going more quickly.

And for those of you music creators wanting a piece of what is sure to become prime country music internet real estate, I do accept payola. Hookers and blow is preferred, but strait up cash is always cool. Just remember this is my playlist, and I will put whomever the Sam Hill I want to put on it, puff my chest out and say these songs are the best, and challenge anyone who says otherwise to a test of skill and stamina of my choosing.

Don’t have Spotify? I apologize. Think Spotify is robbing songwriters? Well it’s robbing them more if nobody is pointing users to the good stuff. It is 2017 and this is the way of things. I’m not recommending anyone get Spotify, I’m just taking advantage of the tools at our disposal to try and push good music to the forefront. And even if you don’t have Spotify, you can find the inaugural playlist below to appreciate the recommendations vicariously.

As You Were,

“Trigger” — Saving Country Music

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Saving Country Music’s Premier Top 25 Current Playlist

  1. “Too Much Is Never Enough” – AJ Hobbs – Too Much Is Never Enough
  2. “Go On Lovin’ ” – Dori Freeman – Dori Freeman
  3. “Torpedo” – Marty Stuart – Way Out West
  4. “Missing” – William Michael Morgan – Vinyl
  5. “Put The Fire Out” – Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life
  6. “Barabbas” – Jason Eady – Jason Eady
  7. “Sometimes” – Luke Bell – Luke Bell
  8. “Wishing Well” – Jaime Wyatt – Felony Blues
  9. “Cantralia” – Nick Dittmeier – Midwest Heart/ Southern Blues
  10. “Cairo, IL” – Natalie Hemby – Puxico
  11. “February Snow” – Flatland Cavalry – Humble Folks
  12. “I Don’t Give a Shit” – Shinyribs – I Got Your Medicine
  13. “My Boots” – Whitney Rose – South Texas Suite
  14. “Solving Problems” – Brent Cobb – Shine On A Rainy Day
  15. “Neon Jail” – Ags Connolly – Nothin’ Unexpected
  16. “Bottle By My Bed” – Sunny Sweeney – Trophy
  17. “My Boat” – Tift Merritt – Stitch of the World
  18. “The Dogs” – Justin Wells – Dawn in the Distance
  19. “I’m Not The Devil” – Cody Jinks – I’m Not The Devil
  20. “Needle Fall Down” – Union Sound Treaty – Next Year
  21. “Bus’ Breakdown” – Dale Watson, Ray Benson – Dale & Ray
  22. “Fishing Alone” – Erik Dylan – Heart of a Flatland Boy
  23. “Night Life” – Hickoids – The Out of Towners
  24. “She Don’t Honky Tonk No More” – Ronnie Dunn – Tattooed Heart
  25. “Waiting For The Thunder” – Blackberry Smoke – Like An Arrow