7 Songs from Artists Worth Putting on Your Radar

Jon Young – Rubble and Relics

The quick rundown: an energetic blend of country, rock, and americana, purposeful writing, expressive take on society and the transition of music in general,  bluesy vocals, hard-hitting

 

Kolby Cooper – It Ain’t Me

The quick rundown:  country with a rock edge, an unapologetic breakup song, rich, twangy vocals, great production

 

Presley Phillips – Love and Bad Habits

The quick rundown: Haunting vocals, great imagery, the way sad and slow country songs should sound, leaves a powerful impression

 

Ross Cooper – Old Crow Whiskey and a Cornbread Moon

The quick rundown:  new age folk(?) – a great combination of old and new sounds, illustrative writing, storyteller format, comforting, yet compelling.

 

Sam Shupak – Something Blue

The quick rundown:  love the premise, creative writing,  a good ole country heartbreak tune, rhythmic chorus

 

Jordan Nix – Gas Station Flowers

The quick rundown:  infectious, charming story, a sing-along chorus, a mixture of Texas Country and Americana, fresh sound of an up-and-coming band

 

Sarah Hobbs – I Got Me

The quick rundown: strong southern vocals, a song of independence and self-reliance, empowering, toe-tapper

 

All of these songs can be found here on our TMP Spotify Playlist!

Music addict, a sucker for heartbreak songs, and avid Houston sports fan! I’am also the Editor-in-Chief of Texas Music Pickers.

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Music addict, a sucker for heartbreak songs, and avid Houston sports fan! I'am also the Editor-in-Chief of Texas Music Pickers.
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