Alan Jackson fans stepped up in a big way on Thursday, pushing the country music legend’s new single to another day on the Showdown. ‘You Go Your Way’ ousted newcomer Jason Cassidy, although it was close until the phone voting from Taste of Country Nights radio began. That makes three in a row for Jackson.
Canadian country trio High Valley put a scare into Alan Jackson fans yesterday, but their song ‘Love You for a Long Time’ fell just short, losing to ‘You Go Your Way’ by 10 percentage points. Phone voting on Taste of Country Nights radio helped put the superstar into the driver’s seat once again. Today, he’ll face another feisty newcomer in Jason Cassidy.
Fans responded passionately to Alan Jackson‘s new single, ‘You Go Your Way,’ yesterday and last night in the Taste of Country Nights Showdown. The song easily ousted ‘Ex-Old Man’ by Kristen Kelly, meaning the country legend will move on to face a new challenger. Today, that’s another act new to American country music fans.
Have you ever been inside a radio studio? Taste of Country Nights host Jeremy Robinson shows fans around his home away from home. We meet engineer Chris and producer Todd. OK, we only hear Todd, but that’s close enough. See where all the fun happens in the video below.
Little Big Town is celebrating their first No. 1 song. ‘Pontoon’ hit the mark, but the band doesn’t sound very excited about it. Jeremy shows everyone how the celebratory press conference should be handled.
Country newcomer Thomas Rhett‘s fans gave his new song ‘Beer With Jesus’ the boost he needed yesterday and last night during the Showdown on Taste of Country Nights. The reflective ballad topped Maggie Rose‘s sexy hit. ‘I Ain’t Your Mama,’ meaning Rhett advances to round No. 2 today.
Newcomer Maggie Rose‘s steamy new song ‘I Ain’t Your Mama’ squeaked by the weekend Showdown champion on Monday. Her new song was too much for Justin Moore‘s ”Til My Last Day,’ meaning her track will move on to face a new challenger today and tonight on Taste of Country Nights radio.
Justin Moore made quick work of JB and the Moonshine Band on Thursday night. Fan support allowed his new song ”Til My Last Day’ to topple the Texas quartet with a big push coming during the Taste of Country Nights radio show. Moore’s followers are united in saying the thought-provoking lyric is amongst the best he’s released to radio.
What was that lyric again? “Hey-ho-oh-who-now?” A new game called Lyrical Pursuit tasks listeners with coming up with the title of a song read by engineer Chris. His recreations are something to behold.
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