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Women To The Front
Women To The Front

Come on Over - Shania Twain

Sound & Fury - Sturgill Simpson

Pageant Material - Kacey Musgraves

21 NUMBER ONES - KENNY ROGERS

SAME TRAILER DIFFERENT PARK - KACEY MUSGRAVES

SOUTHSIDE - SAM HUNT

REBOOT - BROOKS & DUNN

HONKY TONK TIME MACHINE - GEORGE STRAIT

#1 Cowboy - Marty Robbins

SOME HEARTS - CARRIE UNDERWOOD
SUMMERTIME: WILLIE NELSON SINGS GERSHWIN - WILLIE NELSON

Country Music: a Film By Ken Burns / O.S.T.

THE HIGHWOMEN - Highwomen

Rumor Has It (30th Anniversary Edition)

Show Pony - Orville Peck

Be Here - Keith Urban

Co-Starring - Ray Wylie Hubbard

CENTER POINT ROAD - THOMAS RHETT

Poems Prayers & Promises - John Denver

The Best of Tanya Tucker - Tanya Tucker

COME ON OVER - SHANIA TWAIN

Sound & Fury - Sturgill Simpson

Same Trailer Different Park - KACEY MUSGRAVES

21 Number Ones - Kenny Rogers

PAGEANT MATERIAL - 

KACEY MUSGRAVES

KACEY MUSGRAVES 

GOLDEN HOUR

After winning Album Of The Year at the Grammy’s, Kacey Musgraves really won the heart of America with her fourth studio album, Golden Hour and witty personality. The lyricism of each track ranges from being by yourself and content with “Lonely Weekend” to a lovely, sweet homage in the track “Mother.” Kacey’s soft, sultry voice along with her divine, genuine lyricism will have you putting this album on repeat over and over again.

GWEN STEFANI

LOVE ANGEL MUSIC BABY

Love Angel Music Baby by Gwen Stefani is the first studio, breakaway album since her departure from No Doubt. This album resonates as a coming of age release with tracks like “Bubble Pop Electric” and “Cool.” The album does an exquisite job of marrying many genres together like electro-pop, R&B, and alternative. Love Angel Music Baby is a testament that Gwen Stefani was capable of standing on her own with her solo-project and have it succeed with such abundance. We owe a lot to Gwen for coining the term “Hollaback Girl” and teaching us the correct, perhaps difficult, spelling of bananas.

YEAH YEAH YEAHS

FEVER TO TELL

A quick, fast-paced punk revival – Karen O in Fever To Tell is the front woman we’ve been so thirstily craving for so long. I remember seeing them perform at FYF in 2013 and she was wearing a sparkle suit; her energy was electric and bright like a punk rock Jesus. Fever To Tell is rebellious and empowering in every facet, every guitar chord. Her spunky dynamism, melodramatic voice along with the electronic sound of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will have you moshing and air-guitaring in general admission.

Southside - Sam Hunt

Reboot - Brooks & Dunn

Some Hearts - Carrie Underwood

#1 COWBOY - MARTY ROBBINS

Honky Tonk Time Machine - George Strait

KACEY MUSGRAVES 

GOLDEN HOUR

After winning Album Of The Year at the Grammy’s, Kacey Musgraves really won the heart of America with her fourth studio album, Golden Hour and witty personality. The lyricism of each track ranges from being by yourself and content with “Lonely Weekend” to a lovely, sweet homage in the track “Mother.” Kacey’s soft, sultry voice along with her divine, genuine lyricism will have you putting this album on repeat over and over again.

GWEN STEFANI

LOVE ANGEL MUSIC BABY

Love Angel Music Baby by Gwen Stefani is the first studio, breakaway album since her departure from No Doubt. This album resonates as a coming of age release with tracks like “Bubble Pop Electric” and “Cool.” The album does an exquisite job of marrying many genres together like electro-pop, R&B, and alternative. Love Angel Music Baby is a testament that Gwen Stefani was capable of standing on her own with her solo-project and have it succeed with such abundance. We owe a lot to Gwen for coining the term “Hollaback Girl” and teaching us the correct, perhaps difficult, spelling of bananas.

YEAH YEAH YEAHS

FEVER TO TELL

A quick, fast-paced punk revival – Karen O in Fever To Tell is the front woman we’ve been so thirstily craving for so long. I remember seeing them perform at FYF in 2013 and she was wearing a sparkle suit; her energy was electric and bright like a punk rock Jesus. Fever To Tell is rebellious and empowering in every facet, every guitar chord. Her spunky dynamism, melodramatic voice along with the electronic sound of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will have you moshing and air-guitaring in general admission.

Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin - Willie Nelson

The Highwomen - HIGHWOMEN

Country Music: a Film By Ken Burns / O.S.T.

Rumor Has It (30th Anniversary Edition) - Reba Mcentire

Show Pony - Orville Peck

Be Here - Keith Urban

CO-STARRING - RAY WYLIE HUBBARD

Poems Prayers & Promises - John Denver

Center Point Road - Thomas Rhett

The Best of Tanya Tucker - TANYA TUCKER