We love this new cut from Tommy Lee James! “Nobody But You” by Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Stefani is out now, and was preformed by them at the Grammy Awards. “Nobody But You” is currently #8 on mediabase and climbing! Tommy cowrote this one with Ross Copperman, Shane McAnally, & Josh Osborne.
With “Take It Back,” written by Still Working Music writer Tommy Lee James along with John Luke Carter, Mokita and Vos embrace the idea that feelings from a past love will live on even when the moment is gone.
Watch the video and read more here
“The Stranger,” co-written by former Still Working Music writer Ryan Lafferty along with Ingrid Andress, is a standout track from Andress’ brand new album, Lady Like, and has a stunning music video. The premise is simple: Look into the eyes of the person sitting across from you and ask, “How does it make you feel?” Watch the video, then click here to read more.
“Reinert shares her distinct brand of California country with the world on her debut solo release Into the Blue. Several years in the making, the former Gloriana member shows her power as a vocalist and songwriter on songs like debut solo single “Cool” which embodies a memorable sweeping Laurel Canyon sound.” Read more and listen to the album here
The rush of a new relationship can be most thrilling. In the early days of dating now-husband Caleb Crosby, Rachel Reinert kept the new romance under wraps ─ savoring it just for a little while longer. With her new song, appropriately called “Secret,” premiering today on American Songwriter, the singer-songwriter revels in the rush of loving in, well, secret. “Secret” was co-written Melissa Fuller and Davis Naish.
Read more about “Secret” from Rachel’s upcoming solo album, Into The Blue, arriving March 13th. http://bit.ly/RachelReinertSecret
Watch the lyric video here
Carly Pearce, Pearce’s self-titled second studio album, is now out! The lead single of the album, “Closer To You,” was written by Gordie Sampson along with Hillary Lindsey and Troy Verges. “You Kissed Me First” was written by Gordie Sampson along with Hillary Lindsey and Josh Kear.
Lyrics video for “You Kissed Me First”
The release of “Some Kind Of Angel” from Rachel Reinert’s upcoming album, Into The Blue, is just the beginning of all the big things to come from her in the next few weeks! “Some Kind Of Angel” was co-written with Davis Naish and Autumn McEntire.
Watch the lyric video!
Rachel Reinert’s new album Into The Blue is slated for release on March 13.
“These are all my stories, they’re all my truth, and a lot of these were just me reflecting back on certain situations, wanting to write about them, and just feeling really great about them and feeling like the message behind them is really strong. Ultimately, as you get towards the end of the record, it’s not about being preachy, but it’s about having this whole new understanding that everything happens for a reason. Everything works out the way that it’s supposed to.” -Rachel Reinert
Pre-save “Some Kind Of Angel” (out 2/14) here, the full album will be available for pre-order the week of February 10th.
For a complete track listing, and to read more about Into The Blue, click here
“Family Tree” is currently #28 on the charts and is the most added debut single for a female in over three years! It is the first song Hammack started working on for the record, and it turned out to be the single. She wrote it with Still Working writer Gordie Sampson as well as Troy Verges.
Check out the official video here
This gorgeous song written by Still Working writer Gordie Sampson along with Tenille and Tina Parole is a #1 Country hit in Canada.
“This song, and its permission to ask God the hard questions, is so important to me. I think it’s in conversation, and in stepping into that vulnerable place, where we find the healing we might be looking for. This was inspired by an incredible group of people in Grand Manan that I had the pleasure of getting to know. They had just been through a horrible tragedy where five students from their high school had gotten into an accident and one of those students, Danielle, passed away. I kept in touch with that community and went back for the high school graduation the following year. I sat in the gym, watched Danielle’s parents award her honorarium scholarship and on the wall of the gym was Danielle’s jersey. I stared at the jersey will all kinds of questions for God. Shortly after my trip there, my best friend’s little brother passed away and after that somebody I graduated high school with was also killed in an accident. I walked into the writing session with Gordie Sampson and Tina Parole a few months later with all of my emotions and the song found us that day. I’m so grateful it did.” – Tenille