Country Music

In your Eyes – Clark Ford / Powerful expression of love

Meet Clark Ford:

Award-winning songwriter Clark Ford charms us with his sentimental and touching love song, “In Your Eyes”.

Ford has been a lifelong listener of music and composes songs in many genres, including pop, country, rock, sacred, Celtic, jazz, and blues.

Both of Ford’s grandmothers taught the piano, and he was raised in a musical family. Following in their footsteps, Ford plays the piano and saxophone for his compositions, as well as crafting powerful lyrics that deeply connect with his listeners.

His 2020 single release “In Your Eyes” is a powerful expression of love. Ford told us: “I wanted to write a romantic love song about the deep connection between two people in love. Something you can see in another’s eyes, something I have personally felt”.

“In Your Eyes” features singer, Michael Lusk and was mastered in Nashville, by Underground Treehouse.

“In Your Eyes”

“In Your Eyes” is a beautiful country love song about falling in love and the journey to walking down the aisle to marry the one you love.

Ford’s lyrics perfectly portray the emotions of being in love. The beauty you see in your partner, the deepness of connection, acceptance, and seeing your future with that special person.

The song features Michael Lusk as the lead vocalist. His charismatic voice will charm any listener as he gently sings: “In your eyes, the universe opened up to me, in your eyes I could see we were meant to be”.

This is a mid-tempo country song with a touching and joyful melody that inspires you to dance with the one you love. If you enjoy music from artists such as Luke Bryan and Tim McGraw, then Clark Ford’s “In Your Eyes” will fit perfectly on your country playlist.

Watch the music video right here…

What’s Next:

Ford is intensely passionate about music and plans to continue composing and writing songs. Keep an eye out for his future releases.

In the meantime, he has a message for all his listeners: “Thank you for taking the time to connect to my songs. Whether fun or serious, fast or slow, country, or pop, or jazz. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of the songs as I do!”.

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Gonna Drive – Todd Barrow / Sentimental Reminiscing

Texas-based country singer Todd Barrow has just released “Gonna Drive”. A mid-tempo, sentimental country song about missing the pre-COVID days of live shows.

Barrow grew up surrounded by music in a household of musicians and singers. By the young age of 5 yrs old, he was competing in talent shows and performing in festivals and events.

His recent release “Gonna Drive” is a charming and emotive country song. Barrow reminisces about the days of being on the road, driving from gig to gig and connecting with fans.

If you enjoy music from artists such as Rodney Atkins and Dierks Bentley, then Todd Barrow will fit perfectly on your country music playlist.

Listen to “Gonna Drive” right here…

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Blake Shelton's New Album, ‘Body Language' Is Out in May

Blake Shelton’s New Album, ‘Body Language’ Is Out In May

On March 29 Blake made a tweet announcing his upcoming (the 12th) album,’Body Language’ which is scheduled to be released on May 21 via Warner Brothers Nashville and Ten Point Productions.

The 12-song album includes his previous No. 1 duet with Gwen Stefani “Happy Anywhere,” as well as his current single, “Minimum Wage.”

We’ve been working on this album on and off for two years now, and I’m very proud of what we have put together,” Shelton said via a press release. “We certainly had some unique challenges with the pandemic, but we also had a lot of fun. We explored new sounds while making sure to get in some classic country. I’m also thrilled to have my buddies The Swon Brothers featured on the title track as both co-writers and vocalists. Can’t wait for y’all to hear it!

The album’s title track was co-written by former The Voice contestants and Team Blake members The Swon Brothers, who are also featured on the song. The Swon Brothers finished third during The Voice’s fourth season, and went on to earn a Top 15 hit with the song “Later On.”

The Swon Brothers shared on social media that they somehow wrote the title track for that new album and the audience were gonna hear their voices with the man himself.

Blake Shelton &The Swon Brothers – Celebrity | The Voice USA 2013 Season 4

Though Shelton did not write any of the album’s 12 tracks, he enlisted plenty of top-shelf writers, including Alyssa Vanderheym, Jessi Alexander, Jaron Boyer, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, Michael Hardy, and more.

Also, Shelton is preparing to release a limited-edition, 7” vinyl on April 16, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of his debut No. 1 hit “Austin.” The vinyl will feature the B-side track “Problems At Home,” just as it did nearly two decades ago.

Here following is the track list for ‘Body Language’:

1. Minimum Wage (Nicolle Galyon, Jesse Frasure, Corey Crowder)

2. Body Language (feat. The Swon Brothers) (Colton Swon, Zach Swon, Matt McGinn, Ryan Beaver)

3. Happy Anywhere (feat. Gwen Stefani) (Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne, Matt Jenkins)

4. Now I Don’t (Jessi Alexander, Alyssa Vanderheym, Michael Hardy)

5. Monday Mornin’ Missin’ You (Jessi Alexander, Deric Ruttan, Josh Thompson)

6. Corn (Craig Wiseman, Matt Dragstrem, Chris Tompkins, Rodney Clawon)

7. Makin’ It Up As You Go (Brad Tursi, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne)

8. Whatcha Doin’ Tomorrow (Dallas Davidson, Kyle Fishman, Casey Beathard)

9. The Girl Can’t Help It (Ben Hayslip, Josh Osborne, Mark Holman)

10. The Flow (Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne)

11. Neon Time (Jaron Boyer, Michael Tyler, Ben West)

12. Bible Verses (Joe Fox, Andrew Peebles, Brett Sheroky)

8 Country Music Albums With The Most Domination Weeks At No.1 Billboard 200 In History!

8 Country Music Albums With The Most Domination Weeks At No.1 Billboard 200 In History!

Let’s take a look at 8 country music albums that dominated the Billboard 200 for many weeks at No. 1.

1. Garth Brooks, “Ropin ‘the Wind”: 18 weeks

“Ropin ‘the Wind” is the third studio album by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released on September 2, 1991. This song has a total of 18 weeks standing on the Billboard 200, and was certified 14 times Platinum by the RIAA in 1998.

2. Billy Ray Cyrus, “Some Gave All”: 17 weeks

“Some Gave All” is the debut album by American singer Billy Ray Cyrus. Since its launch, the product has quickly created a strong fever, selling more than 9 million copies in the first 12 months of release.

In this album, the song “Achy Breaky Heart” quickly created a fever on the music charts, and also earned Billy Ray Cyrus Grammy Award nominations in the “Record of the Year” and ” Best country vocal performance ”.

3. Taylor Swift, “Fearless”: 11 weeks

“Fearless” is Taylor Swift’s second studio album, the lyrics explores all facets of love, from infatuation to heartbreak. It quickly received a positive response from critics, who praised Taylor Swift’s ingenuity in storytelling.

“Fearless” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, and became the best-selling album in 2009, selling more than 3.2 million copies, and also winning the “Album of the Year” award at 52nd Grammy Awards.

“Fearless” won the “Album of the Year” award at the Grammy.

4. Garth Brooks, “The Hits”: 8 weeks

“The Hits” is Garth Brooks’ second compilation and first most widely released hit album. The album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums.

5. Eagles, “Hotel California”: 8 weeks

“Hotel California” a rock mixed with country music product, is the fifth studio album of the American rock band Eagles. It is one of the best-selling albums of all time, and has been certified 26 times platinum in the United States. It has sold more than 32 million copies worldwide, becoming the band’s best-selling album following “The Greatest Hits” (1971–1975).

In 2003 and 2012, the album ranked 37th on Rolling Stone’s list of “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

6. Morgan Wallen, “Dangerous: The Double Album”: 7 weeks

“Dangerous: The Double Album” is the second studio album by American country singer Morgan Wallen. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 and US Top Country Albums charts, grossing 265,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.

This is the latest country music album to make the list. It quickly received a positive response from the public and critics.

7. Taylor Swift, “Red”: 7 weeks

“Red” is Taylor Swift’s fourth album, released by Big Machine Records on October 22, 2012. Contemporary music critics have embraced “Red” enthusiastically, upholding Swift’s flexibility as a musician with experimental production.

The album earned her two nominations “Best Country Album” and “Album of the Year” at the 56th Grammy Awards, and was also a huge commercial success.

8. Garth Brooks, “The Chase”: 7 weeks

“The Chase” is Garth Brooks’ fifth studio album. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and sold 403,000 copies in its first week of release.

Why Did Taylor Swift’s New Album Drop Without Fanfare?

Just when we all thought that nothing could ever surprise us anymore but this young and famous superstar, artist, singer-songwriter once again proved as us all wrong and that she can do the impossible! This time, Taylor swift announces her new release brand new album called folklore. However, while this thing is an unprecedented move for the superstar, there is some amount of questions that all the fans still have.

Taylor Swift releases a drop of her album without fanfare and surprises her all fans. Her brand-new album move to more muted songwriting is proof that this young superstar’s music can thrive without any of the celebrity drama. Her sixteen (16) song albums were announced with just a little fanfare a day before its final release. As Taylor Swift stated, “Most of the things I had planned this summer did not happen, but there is something I hadn’t planned on that DID happen”.

Releasing her surprising 8th album is a move that is both so Swift and unlikely Swift at the same time. Taylor Swift usually takes her time when milking the build-up in regards to her albums by sharing it mysteriously coded in social media platforms through a post, dropping some spills in an interview, and releasing a radio-friendly pop single with a lot of build-up fanfare. But at the same time, Swift is not a person who would just sit around and just twiddle her thumbs during this time of the pandemic, so it surely makes sense that she is been very busy making something great and stunning for all of her fans and people across the globe.

Her 8th album means that some being traditional customs that preserved among the community – legends, songs, stories, sayings, and some popular beliefs and some also believe that her new album folklore has been well known without any supporting evidence. Her 8th album stories can be based on truth or be wild stretches of the truth and the accuracy of the stories is not the main point and it is about any commonly known narrative that has contributed to the shape of a culture and it is a core belief system of a person.

Furthermore, in Swift’s context ad choice, she wants to make a little more sense in this time of pandemic and that starts with her 8th album – folklore. As we are living today in an unprecedented time and as we contend with the global pandemic called Covid-19, but also in socially and politically context.