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Album Spotlight: Tyler Farr, ‘Redneck Crazy’
Tyler Farr's first three singles are a fair representation of his debut album 'Redneck Crazy.' There's a little pain, a little heart and a little cray-cray. The singer relies on his unique voice, but nothing about the project feels self-indulgent.
Luke Bryan, ‘Crash My Party’ – Album Review
Luke Bryan plays it safe on 'Crash My Party,' his new album and the follow-up to the tremendously successful 'Tailgates and Tanlines.' With the exception of the infusion of hip-hop on two songs, there is little to differentiate the two projects.
LeAnn Rimes, ‘Spitfire’ – Album Review
During 'I Do Now,' a song from LeAnn Rimes' new 'Spitfire' album, the singer name-checks the Dixie Chicks. The track is a feel-good, take-my-life-back kinda song nestled between much more moody and emotional fare. The similarities between the two acts were never so apparent …
Lose Weight With The Lose IT App
Just the other day I was complaining about not being able to get to the gym and not even knowing where to start with balancing my diet. The other night i couldn't sleep so I was looking through the "Popular App" section on my droid when I found "Lose It".
George Strait, ‘Love Is Everything’ – Album Review
George Strait steps back in time for his newest release, 'Love Is Everything.' In the past, the singer always found a way to add a touch of contemporary to his traditional sound. There's nothing to separate this from albums he made throughout the '80s and '90s, but that&apos…
Lady Antebellum, ‘Golden’ – Album Review
The best moments on Lady Antebellum's fourth album 'Golden' find Charles Kelley or Hillary Scott singing solo, with minimal help from the other on harmonies. There is no shortage of songs that act as features for the two talented vocalists. The evolution of the trio finds them becomin…

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