Charlie Worsham, ‘Rubberband’ – Album Review

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Rarely does a male country singer impress me. With the mainstream clouded with drinking beer and picking up hot girls, occasionally a true musician and storyteller comes along to break the standard. Charlie Worsham shatters any pre-conceived notions on his debut album "Rubberband," a truly interesting and diverse 11-track record. With the lead single "Could It Be" (a pleasant uptempo ditty) currently at Top 20 on radio, he is poised to usher in the new guard of country music that both honors tradition and makes it modern without the need to water it down.

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Brad Paisley ‘I Can’t Change The World’ – Single Review

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After ‘Southern Comfort Zone’ and ‘Beat This Summer’, both
big hits both in the charts and with fans, and an album full of amazing songs,
I was really excited to hear the new single. I expected ‘Outstanding In Our
Field’, with Dierks Bentley and Hunter Hayes, and I’m still convinced that will
be a single at some point, but the announcement of ‘I Can’t Change The World’.
It’s a good song, don’t get me wrong, and plenty of people have picked it out
as their favorite on the record, but despite the subject matter it just doesn’t
resonate with me the way it should. 

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