rascal flatts// bless the broken road
Day 58- What Hurts The Most by Rascal Flatts
Bless the broken road
“I miss Mayberry,
Sitting on the porch drinking ice-cold cherry Coke, Where everything is black and white Picking on a six string, Where people pass by and you call them by their first name, Watching the clouds roll by, Bye, bye”
— Rascal Flatts, Mayberry
So today I will be bringing you the top 20 country music videos for the week of 7/6/18 from GAC (Great American Country). So let’s get started right now.
Number 20 belongs to Sugarland featuring Taylor Swift who are new to the list this week – Babe.
Number 19 belongs to Darius Rucker featuring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, & Charles Kelley who are new to the list this week – Straight to Hell.
Number 18 belongs to Kip Moore who is dropping 2 spots this week – Last shot.
Number 17 belongs to Kelsea Ballerini who is moving up 3 spots this week –
I hate love songs.
Number 16 belongs to Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line who are dropping 3 spots this week – Up down.
Number 15 belongs to Ashley McBryde who is moving up 2 spots this week –
A little dive bar in Dahlonega.
Number 14 belongs to Little Big Town who are moving up 4 spots this week – Summer fever.
Number 13 belongs to Kenny Chesney who is moving up 1 spot this week –
Number 12 belongs to Dan + Shay who are moving up 3 spots this week – Tequila.
Number 11 belongs to Cole Swindell who are dropping 2 spots this week – Break up in the end.
Number 10 belongs to Thomas Rhett who is moving up 1 spot this week –
Leave right now.
Number 9 belongs to Jake Owen who is dropping 1 spot this week –
I was Jack (You were Diane).
Number 8 belongs to Locash who are moving up 4 spots this week –
Don’t get better than that.
Number 7 belongs to Miranda Lambert who is moving up 3 spots this week – Keeper of the flame.
Number 6 belongs to Michael Ray who is staying in the same spot as last week – Get to you.
Number 5 belongs to Brett Young who is moving up 2 spots this week – Mercy.
Number 4 belongs to Luke Bryan who is moving up 1 spot this week –
Most people are good.
Number 3 belongs to Keith Urban featuring Julia Michaels who are moving up 1 spot this week – Coming home.
Number 2 belongs to Dierks Bentley who is moving up 1 spot this week – Woman, amen.
Number 1 belongs to Carrie Underwood who is moving up 1 spot this week to regain the top – Cry pretty.
And that’s a wrap for the top 20 country music videos for the week of 7/6/18 from GAC (Great American Country). Thanks as always goes out to GAC for doing their weekly country music video countdowns. And thanks as well goes out to you for taking the time to read this weekly list. See ya all next time.
MSR – Dan + Shay – Self-titled album
So today on the MSR (Midnight Star Review), I will be talking about the latest album from country music duo Dan + Shay. The self-titled cd was released on June 22nd, 2018. And there are on 11 tracks on this new album. And now a little about the careers of Dan + Shay.
Some of the biggest hits we have heard from Dan + Shay are “Nothin’ like you”, “From the ground up”, & “How not to”. All three have top the billboard country music airplay charts and “From the ground up” has even topped the MSR (Midnight Star Report). Which is my weekly country music video countdown which takes GAC (Great American Country), CMT (Country Music Television), and makes them one countdown with my help.
Now what we can find on this album. Thanks to the Highway (Channel 56 on Sirius XM) we have heard “Alone together”, & “Speechless” which is truly a stand out song on this album. And even getting help from Kelly Clarkson on “Keeping score”. Their lead single was “Tequila”, which is another video that Dan + Shay tackle issues with. Another song you should check out is “My side of the fence”. And here is the track list now.
1. Alone together.
3. What keeps you up at night.
4. All to myself.
5. Keeping score (Featuring Kelly Clarkson).
6. Make or break.
8. Stupid love.
9. No such thing.
10. My side of the fence.
11. Island time.
And on the MSR (Midnight Star Review), I would give this album a 4.5 out of 5 stars. This is the best album from this duo so far. So many stand out songs on this album and you can how they grown in the country music. Thanks for taking the time to read this review. See ya all next time.
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