Newest Additions to Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist (#17)

Fresh horses have just been added to Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist, hoping to do battle with Spotify’s ridiculous portrayal of country music on their mainstream playlists bought and sold via the streaming version of payola.

The latest additions include the excellent song “My Way” from Ervin Stellar‘s recently-released album The Moment, which is very indicative of the original Outlaw-era sound. This is chased by the honky tonk heartbreaker “Why Don’t You Introduce Me as Your Darlin’” off of Vivian Leva‘s debut Time Is Everything.

Though Gospel music is not for everyone, The Oak Ridge Boys are, and the excellent “God’s Got It” from their just-released Dave Cobb-produced record 17th Avenue Revival makes the latest list. And certainly not to be overlooked is the new song from Dave Cobb cousin Brent Cobb that pays tribute to fallen country music artist Wayne Mills. “King of Alabama” is the latest single off of Brent Cobb’s Providence Canyon due out May 11th.

The Saving Country Music Top 25 Playlist primarily lives on Spotify, but is also available for those who use Google Play, and now on Apple Music thanks to Country Exclusive. For those who don’t stream, you can still find the song recommendations in list form below.

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Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist:

 

  • “My Way” – Ervin Stellar – The Moment
  • “Why Don’t You Introduce Me As Your Darlin’ – Vivian Leva – Time Is Everything
  • “Road Crew” – Mike and the Moonpies – Steak Night at the Prairie Rose
  • “Mr. Jukebox” – Joshua Hedley – Mr. Jukebox
  • “Made to Be a Country Boy” – Dillon Carmichael
  • “Space Cowboy” – Kacey Musgraves – Golden Hour
  • “Country Music’s Dead” – Mike & The Moonpies w/ John Baumann
  • “This Town Is Killing Me” – Caitlyn Smith – Starfire
  • “She Ain’t In It” – Jon Pardi – California Sunrise
  • “Midnight Bell” – Grace Basement – Mississippi Nights
  • “Bottom of the Barrel” – Lee Ann Womack – The Lonely, The Lonesome & the Gone
  • “Fast Money” – Urban Pioneers – Hillbilly Swing Music
  • “Honky Tonk Habit” – Bart Alan Woytek – (single)
  • “King of Alabama” – Brent Cobb – Providence Canyon
  • “If I Could Make You My Own” – Dori Freeman – Letters Never Read
  • “Good As Gold” – Sarah Shook & the Disarmers – Years
  • “If You Ain’t Cheatin’” – Yellow Feather – And Gold
  • “God’s Got It” – The Oak Ridge Boys – 17th Avenue Revival
  • “A Tornado Warning” – Turnpike Troubadours – A Long Way From Your Heart
  • “Last of the Houston Honky Tonk Heroes” – Emily Herring – Gliding
  • “Kelly’s Bar” – Trampled By Turtles – Life Is Good on the Open Road
  • “Postcard” – First Aid Kit – Ruins
  • “It’s Alright” – South City Revival – South City Revival
  • “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega” – Ashley McBryde
  • “Flicker & Shine” – Old Crow Medicine Show – Volunteer