Newest Additions to Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist (#28)

Starting off the newest additions to Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Playlist is singer and songwriter Lauren Morrow, formerly of the Georgia-based band The Whiskey Gentry. Now relocated in Nashville, she’s launching a solo project, and doing it in style with the song “Viki Lynn” off her just-released EP. Also just released was Adam Hood‘s latest record Somewhere in Between, and his song with Brent Cobb called “She Don’t Love Me” makes the list as well.

Singing duo The Brother Brothers were one of the standout discoveries for Saving Country Music in 2017, and now signed to Compass Records, they’re getting ready to release their debut LP Some People I Know. Ahead of the album, the song “Red and Gold” gives a great example of why this project is one to keep on the radar. The duo’s new album comes out October 19th.

Also added is a great traditional country single called “Dolly Would You Pardon Me” by south Alabama singer and songwriter Christina Christian. Also Kristina Murray‘s slot on the playlist has been freshened with her song “Slow Kill” off the recent release Southern Ambrosia.

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

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Saving Country Music’s Top 25 Current Playlist:

 

  • “JP’s Florida Blues #1” – JP Harris – Sometimes Dogs Bark At Nothing
  • “Viki Lynn” – Lauren Morrow – Self-Titled EP
  • “Down Low” – Town Mountain ft. Tyler Childers – New Freedom Blues
  • “Ruby’s Stool” – Loretta Lynn – Wouldn’t It Be Great
  • “Finding Who I Always Should Have Been” – James Steinle – South Texas Homecoming
  • “Singin’ A New Song” – Joshua Hedley – Broken Man 2-Song Album
  • “Slow Kill” – Kristina Murray – Southern Ambrosia
  • “Head Case” – Cody Jinks – Lifers
  • “Over You” – Sarah Shook and the Disarmers – Years
  • “Love To Try Them On” – Shane Owens – It’s a Southern Thing
  • “Other Side” – Folk Soul Revival – Self-Titled
  • “Sad” – Carson McHone – Carousel
  • “Better Boat” – Kenny Chesney (ft. Mindy Smith) – Songs for the Saints
  • “Off The Wagon” – Cliff Westfall – Baby You Win
  • “Come Around” – El Coyote – El Coyote
  • “Holy Dirt” – John R. Miller – The Trouble You Follow
  • “Honky Tonk Hell” – Whitey Morgan and the 78’s – Hard Times and White Lines
  • “Red And Gold” – The Brother Brothers – Some People I Know
  • “Gundowners” – Grand Ole Grizzly – Pure Country Pyrite
  • “She Don’t Love Me” – Adam Hood (w/ Brent Cobb) – Somewhere In Between
  • “Calgary Round-Up” – Colter Wall – Songs of the Plains
  • “Dolly Would You Pardon Me” – Christina Christian – (single)
  • “Road Stone” – Drew Moreland – Self-Titled
  • “Poor” – William Clark Green – Hebert Island
  • “That’s Why They Call It Temptation” – Robbie Fulks, Linda Gail Lewis – Wild! Wild! Wild!