New From Nashville: Luke Combs, Maddie & Tae, and Tucker Beathard!

Last week (5/6-5/10) was one for the Mamas!

Tenille Arts started the week off on her add day for "Call You Names"! This was a great one leading up to Mother's Day for sure. If you haven't heard it yet, it's a story that most of us can relate to with our moms ... the evolving relationship from when we thought they were "so lame", to when we count on them the most. The video even features Tenille with her mom! You can catch her at our US Cellular Connection stage at Summerfest on July 4th at 6pm opening up for Chris Janson too!

 

Tuesday continued the mom love. The first time I heard this one from Maddie & Tae, I was pretending like I was sweating profusely at the gym to hide the tears. It's so beautifully written, and it's so relatable. I can't wait to see them open for Carrie Underwood at the Fiserv in June!

 

Wednesday was a MONSTER song from Luke Combs. I'm sure this one will be another #1 from this guy, and we had the iHeartCountry World Premier all day with "Beer Never Broke My Heart". Get your passes to see him at Country Thunder here!

 

And here's video of Luke performing it for the second time ever live at our FM106.1 Class of 2018 Show! The first time he did it was the night before with our sister country station in Madison, 96.3 Star Country!

 

Thursday's song was from a band that we are excited to welcome to our brand new Steinhafels Relax Lounge next week! James Barker Band's "Keep It Simple" is a lot of fun, and the video is a unique throwback. You can RSVP to see them here on May 22nd by inboxing us on any of our social media pages!

 

Closing out the week is a song that's for sure going to get stuck in your head. Tucker Beathard is back with "Better Than Me"!

 

For my bonus blog song this week, I've gotta tell you about Ingrid Andress. I'm super stoked to go see her live in a couple of weeks in Chicago, and she's SO talented! She performed her song "Lady Like" on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and this is another great one from her: "More Hearts Than Mine".

 

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