Martina McBride, Reba & Rascal Flatts Team With Colonial Candle For Christmas Gift Set

COUNTRY SUPERSTARS REBA, MARTINA MCBRIDE, RASCAL FLATTS & MORE
WILL BE FEATURED ON THE HOLIDAY ALBUM & CANDLE GIFT SET
 

Our good friends at Big Machine Records have teamed with Colonial Candle to announce a partnership just in time for the upcoming Christmas season. A star-studded lineup of country artists singing their favorite Christmas tunes – combined with the magnificent scent of fresh cut pine and a yuletide fire – provides a perfect gift for the holiday season.  Country superstars Martina McBride, Rascal Flatts and Reba will be featured on the new candle gift set and Christmas album. Besides the holiday CD, the package includes a "Holiday Sparkle" fragranced Colonial Candle (8 ounce)  packaged with an 8-ounce Colonial Candle “Holiday Sparkle”-fragranced candle. The suggested retail price is $25.
The package will be exclusive to Colonial Candle and Big Machine Records and featured artists include Justin Moore (“Run Rudolph Run”), Rascal Flatts (“Mary Did You Know”), Edens Edge (“O Holy Night”),  Martina McBride (“Please Come Home for Christmas”), Jewel (“Angels We Have Heard on High”), Eli Young Band (“Wonderful Christmastime”), Steel Magnolia (“It's Christmas Time”), The Band Perry (“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town”) and Reba (“I'll Be Home for Christmas”).

Country music lovers will appreciate the album, which would be a perfect gift for teachers, hostesses, family and friends. The set will also be available in select retailers and online starting in October and continuing through the holiday season. 

Stoney LaRue and Turnpike Troubadors lead Texas Country Chart Top 40

Stoney LaRue

Stoney LaRue's "Velvet" takes command of the Official Texas Country Chart Top 40 for the second week as The Turnpike Troubadours rise dramatically to take the Number Two spot on the Texas music and Red Dirt chart with "Long Hot Summer Days."

Josh Abbott featuring Pat Green on "My Texas" came in at Number 3, and Kevin Fowler didn't disappoint at Number 4 with "Hell Yeah I Like Beer." Cody Canada and The Departed rounded out the Top 5 with "Ballad Of Rosalie." 

The Turnpike Troubadours
"Another Like You" from Hayes Carll rose 14 places to Number 6, but Deryl Dodd fell 5 places to #7 with "Baby Where's My Bottle." Adam Hood's "Flame And Gasoline" jumped to Number 8 (from previous position of #32), and Reckless Kelly fell 5 places to number 9 with "Good Luck & True Love." The Number 10 place on the Official Texas Country Chart Top 40 went to Brandon Jenkins with "Too Big To Fail."

ALBUM REVIEW: The Good Intentions "Someone Else's Time"

Liverpool, England is known worldwide for its musical heritage, and the folk country band The Good Intentions are near-perfect musical ambassadors with the new album "Someone Else's Time." But from the evidence presented in the 11-song album, it is clear that the project should have been called "Our Time" That's because The Good Intentions star shines bright on their seemingly mistitled album "Someone Else's Time."
A famous quote says that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but the opposite is true for the Liverpool band members who named themselves The Good Intentions who have the sound of modest angels sent from heaven to bestow beautiful music to the world. In most cases, praise like this would be over-the-top and undeserved, but no so here. The Good Intentions begin the album with the quiet but masterful folk track "Gone So Long," which will have Americana radio program managers squealing with delight. The elegant production and laid-back cut will perfectly suit folk and Americana radio and could find country fans as well.

The first thing that needs to be understood about The Good Intentions is that the band is not flashy and does not screech or get too excited. However, the music - like the second song "Black Train" - is infectious. "Black Train" has a bluegrass and folk sound that is upbeat - but not too fast. In short, it's just right.

The ever-tasteful band The Good Intentions push the envelope slightly with the remarkably memorable (and hummable) "Everybody Loves A Drinking Man," which could be a hit on both on BBC Radio 2 in the UK and a few different Americana and folk channels on Sirius XM in the USA.

The dark "Coal Miner's Lament" is sung with reverence, and the track provides evidence of the band's musical heroes, such as Gillian Welch. The best song on the album is the fast-paced "The Cold Wind," which is a surprise featuring superb instrumentation and excellent vocal performance skills.

The sixth song, "Dark Stranger," arrives at the album's midpoint and will have folk fans rejoicing. The track showcases The Good Intentions beautiful vocal harmonies. "Oh My Darling" has much of the same charm, and listeners will get lost in the euphoric feeling in their hearts as the music helps conjure up memories of the past as they sing of "springtime."

The album takes on a more serious tone with "Lonely Train," and the imagery created by the lyrics paints a vivid picture: "The bells from the wildwoods still chime down the line as I wait for the train." The theme of death again surfaces in a major way with "Send The Devil Back To Hell," which is a very slow and somber song that oozes sincerity. However, the intense lyrics and stark title could actually make the song a hit for either a heavy metal band or even a contemporary Christian rock band.This is only notable because well-written songs are artistic works that can be interpreted in various ways, and that's the case here.

Thankfully, sweeter sounds reemerge on the easy-going country song "Western Lullaby," which is well-served by its top-notch production, and the song could get radio action. The album ends perfectly with the folk track "The Sound Of Time Passing," which is a warm and fuzzy cut that leaves the listener full of hope and goodwill.

The album "Someone Else's Time" by The Good Intentions is a remarkably self-assured and confident album that deserves attention for its quiet but potent delivery. However, the powerful lyrics and melodic choruses will have you returning to the album time and time again. The Good Intentions talked about time passing in the final track, and country, folk and Americana aficionados should make sure that at least some of their time and "someone else's time" - like friends and family - is spent listening to this surprisingly accomplished and intellectually honest recording. CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: Crystal Yates "Love Wins"

Love is not the only thing that "wins" on Crystal Yates new country fusion CD titled "Love Wins." That's because the genre of country music is a "winner" since it can now boast an accomplished, new artist such as Crystal Yates that blends elements of folk, bluegrass, blues, contemporary Christian and country to create a winning formula that is deserving of radio chart success.
The album begins with the bluesy country vibe of "No More Sighin'," which showcases Yates' perky but intellectual vocals. Radio program directors from multiple genres will find something to like in the lead-off cut. However, Crystal Yates shows off  her traditional country music chops in the stellar "Stupid In Love," which more than proves that Yates has the talent to pull off a major country career. The song builds to a memorable chorus that has surprisingly accomplished production values for a new artist.

With an intro worthy of Jason Mraz, Crystal Yates begins to sing "As Long As I'm Behaving" with a sultry vocal that is both convincing and confident. This is the "Grease" moment when the good girl goes bad (in a positive way). Nevertheless, it is the contemporary Christian and country influences on "Where I Belong" that emerges as the album's best track. This cut could and should be immediately be released to contemporary Christian radio and mainstream country radio (possibly with a new country mix).

"I Believe" showcases Crystal Yates the pop diva. Believe it or not, Yates actually pulls it off, and the dark track slowly builds to a powerful chorus that burns with passionate intensity. "Didn't Break My Heart" also has quirky pop sensibilities.

The style of music country fans will love returns on "More Like Me," which has a memorable melody but could use a new arrangement and softer instrumentation. With a few small tweaks, "More Like Me" could also be a hit. On the other hand, "Let's Begin Again" is perfect just as it is. It is obvious that Crystal Yates is singing this song from a personal experience.

Another standout cut is the quiet "Look At What You've Done," which is sung with an unnamed male vocalist that this reviewer assumes to be her husband, Will Yates. On the basis of this performance, the chemistry of the two singers is very marketable. If they aren't married, the two artists should at least get hitched musically by forming a duo. Once again, this track could chart in multiple genres. Unusually, the title track "Love Wins" was saved for last, but the song doesn't disappoint. This uplifting track has a contemporary country sound that works.

In many ways, the music industry doesn't do any favors for diverse artists such as Crystal Yates, but "Love Wins" proves that the artist could find a niche in a few different music genres which would warmly welcome her and probably make her a star in at least one of them. Which genre it will be is still unknown, but if Crystal Yates sticks to her guns making music this good, there will be no doubt of her future success either as a solo artist or as a duo with talented husband Will.  CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: EG Kight "Lip Service"

Describing her sound as "country-flavored, southern-fried blues," EG Kight offers some "Lip Service" to country music on her new album of the same name. And the blues artist extraordinaire has never sounded better.
Country audiences will swoon to the confident, sultry sound of the first track "Sugar Daddies," which shows that EG Kight is no Bonnie Raitt wannabe. As she has proven over the years, EG Kight is an artist with a unique sound and terrific vocal performance instincts.

The next cut, "I'm In It To Win It," is an upbeat celebration of self-confidence, but it is the slow-burning "That's How A Woman Loves," which is the album's biggest surprise. Kight offers a carefully nuanced performance that works by tugging at the heart. The title track "Lip Service" is a memorable delight that is catchy enough to be sold later as a movie or TV show theme song.

However, the album's best song by a mile is "Savannah," which will have country fans scratching their heads and wondering why EG Kight has not produced an entire country album. The bluesy "Somewhere Down Deep" will also please country fans who love Ray Charles and other R&B crooners.

The traditional sound of "It's Gonna Rain All Night" will obviously be a concert crowd-pleaser, and EG Kight's vocals build to a stirring vocal with superb instrumentation. Country audiences can also find something to like in the song "Goodbye," which is the most joyful "kiss-off" song you could possibly imagine. The album ends with the pure blues track "I'm Happy With The One I Got Now," and EG Kight is right in her element in a track that shows off all of her best musical assets.

"Lip Service" from EG Kight is a surprisingly accessible album for country audiences, and the blues artist is likely to find more than a few new fans in the country market due to songs such as "Sugar Daddies" and "Savannah."  Indeed, country fans may eat up Kight's country-flavored blues faster than homemade vanilla ice cream at the annual family reunion. CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: Paladino "Paladino" (Self-Titled)

If Reverend Horton Heat had children with Lucinda Williams they might have offspring that could form a band that sounds like Paladino on their quirky and intensely interesting "Paladino" self-titled album.

The project begins with the upbeat "Lonely Mountain" that can best be described as "cowboy punk." With a laid-back but fast-paced vocal style that is unusually compelling, lead singer Jonathan Harkham deserves careful artistic examination as do other founding Paladino members Chris and Adrienne Isom. Harkham is also a talented painter, and his artistic nature is the driving creative force on the album since he wrote most of the songs (and even painted the album cover).

Paladino's cowboy swagger emerges on "Snow Deer," which offers elements of traditional country presented in a style that would befit the Grand Ole Opry stage. However, the punk influences resurface on "Ode To Misery," which also features elements of alt country, Americana, and rock n' roll. It must be mentioned to country audiences that the word "punk" should not be a turn-off, because Paladino's self-titled album is both accessible and accomplished. Indeed, it is refreshing to see a unique blend of styles that respects the country genre.

The fourth cut, "In Exile," offers some of the best whistling on  a cut since the theme of "The Andy Griffith Show." The most surprising track is the latin-tinged "Mexicali Rainsong," but it is "Green Green Grass Of Home" that will get country audiences excited the most and could land Paladino on country and Americana music charts. The beautiful cover put forth by Paladino is remarkable for its nuanced vocals and minimal production. Likewise, the beat was not accelerated too much, which allows the track to slowly simmer. "Green Green Grass Of Home" should be released to radio.

"Have You Ever Been Lonely" has much of the same charm, and the track has a retro-Traveling Wilbury's vibe that works. Cowboy punk returns on "Here I Lie," and "Dim & Gutless Jig" will likely be a concert favorite with its hard-edged lyrics and upbeat tempo. However, the album ends with another pure country/Americana song titled "Too Many Rivers" that fires on all cylinders.

"Paladino," the self-titled album from the group Paladino, is worth purchasing simply for the stellar track "Green Green Grass Of Home." However, all of the other tracks are musically interesting and carefully produced in such a way that each song has more resonance upon successive listens. No one will ever call "Paladino" boring, and you might just call it the most fun you've had this year. CountryChart.com

Reader Wins 5 CDs, DVD in Country Chart's Rebecca Linda Smith Sweepstakes

Cassandra Darensbourg
Rebecca Linda Smith prize winner
Congratulations to Cassandra Darensbourg, a resident of the wonderful city of San Bernardino, California, for winning Country Chart's Rebecca Linda Smith sweepstakes and taking home a prize of 5 CDs and a DVD from the talented Texas country music artist

Darensbourg, a receptionist in San Bernardino, has won five CDs from award-winning vocalist Rebecca Linda Smith, including the 12-song CD "American Heroes," the 14-song CD "Jesus' Grace," the 12-song CD "Timeless," the 15 song "True Love" and the CD single "Forgotten Heroes." Plus she will receive a DVD containing pieces of the life of inspirational and country artist Rebecca Linda Smith and her husband and songwriter Dr. Robert Frank Smith - both of whom are veterans.

Rebecca Linda Smith

Country Chart would like to congratulate Cassandra Darensbourg on her win, and we hope Cassandra and her family enjoy the music of Rebecca Linda Smith as much as veterans, military personnel across the globe and country music fans everywhere. Visit Rebecca Linda Smith at her website by clicking here.

You can win with The Chart by entering our current sweepstakes competition for a Stoney LaRue "Velvet" T-shirt and CD by clicking here.
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Win A Stoney LaRue "Velvet" T-Shirt & CD from The Chart

The Chart is offering readers a chance to win a Stoney LaRue "Velvet" T-Shirt and CD in our latest sweepstakes competition in conjunction with WildfireApp - the only Twitter and Facebook approved contest app.

Simply click here or the box below to enter now! Stoney LaRue's new album "Velvet" has been at the top of virtually every album chart this month, and Stoney LaRue's hit single (and title track) "Velvet" has also been atop virtually every song chart.

The winner of the contest will be chosen at random by WildfireApp software. Sweepstakes rules can be found by clicking the box below or the photo of the T-shirt and CD to your left. Good luck winning the Stoney LaRue "Velvet" Sweepstakes! The competition ends at 11.59pm CST on September 25, 2011.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Drake Jensen "On My Way To Finding You"

Drake Jensen has a deep country voice that could just as easily come out of El Paso, Texas rather than the island of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, Canada - where he was born and raised. Nevertheless, the country crooner is on his way to finding his own country music dream with his surprisingly accomplished new album "On My Way To Finding You."
The album's first single "Wash Me Away" received a music award, and the track has a hard-driving beat with a memorable melody. The new single "All You Need" will please traditional country fans, and it actually has a retro-cool George Strait meets Mickey Gilley vibe.

The album's first cut, "Where You Goin' With That" actually sets the perfect tone for the Drake Jensen album, and the Canadian who recently moved to Ontario showcases his deep throaty vocals. The album's production quality is also stellar. The next track, "I'm Here To Love You" also could draw comparisons to the music of Brooks & Dunn, which is a major compliment.

The album's biggest surprise is a Tim McGraw-esque cut titled "The Son I'll Never Have," which also features traditional country elements. Drake Jensen's mother was a huge fan of country music, and this led to the artist listening to musicians such as Garth Brooks and George Strait. Indeed, the influences of Jensen's musical heroes are readily evident.

The easy-going "I Hope You Smile" is the best cut on the Drake Jensen album by a mile. Jensen offers a quiet confidence that is compelling combined with lyrics that flow easily off the tongue and into listeners' consciousness. The soaring "It's Not About Me Anymore" allows Drake Jensen to showcase his powerful vocal chops, and "Still On The Radio" might have radio chart potential.

The quiet cut "I Knew Her When" is another radio-ready song that was made for slow dances at the bar, and the title track "On My Way To Finding You" is a laid-back cut that clearly illustrates the professionalism and country charm of the artist.

The album "On My Way To Finding You" is a carefully, produced 11-track album running more than 40 minutes that will leave you wondering why you haven't found the mysteriously talented Drake Jensen until now. CountryChart.com

Stoney LaRue and Deryl Dodd Top First Ever Fan-Voted "Texas Country Chart"

Texas Country Music's first ever fan-voted "Texas Country Chart" Top 40 Songs was published today with Red Dirt star Stoney LaRue's hit "Velvet" and Deryl Dodd's "Baby Where's My Bottle taking the first and second spots respectively.

The fan voters found some country love for Eli Young Band's mega-hit "Crazy Girl" at #3 and Reckless Kelly's "Good Luck And True Love" at #4. Rounding out the Top 5 is "Ballad Of Rosalie" from Cody Canada & The Departed.
Placing in the sixth postion of the September 13, 2011 chart was Max Stalling's "6 x 9 Speakers (Revisited)."  Next, "Hell Yeah, I Like Beer" from the rockin' Kevin Fowler and Casey Donahew Band's "Breaks My Heart" dropped in at #7 and 8 respectively while "The River Song" from Mark McKinney arrived at #9 "Too Big To Fail" from Brandon Jenkins is the #10 song.

SINGLE REVIEW: Casey James "Let's Don't Call It A Night"

Fort Worth native and American Idol alum Casey James sizzles with sultry country vocals in his debut single "Let's Don't Call It A Night."
The third-place finisher in Idol's ninth season begins the song complimenting his new lady friend's dress. He sings: "Love the way you look in that dress; You got me thinkin' thoughts in my head."

James' vocals are pure and crisp. While the new country artist was not previously known as a country singer during his brief TV stint, his bluesy southern charm is a welcome addition to country music. Indeed, his Texas swagger and all-American good looks should also help jumpstart his country music career.

The most surprising aspect of the song is not Casey James' stellar vocal performance, which TV viewers would have expected. However, James wrote both the words and music to the song, and the memorable melody is impressive in itself.

"Let's Don't Call It A Night" has already hit the country chart (and deservedly so). Fans won't be calling it a night with Casey James, because this single proves the new country musician has the legs to walk a few more miles around Nashville.  CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: Slaid Cleaves "Sorrow And Smoke: Live At The Horseshoe Lounge"


Music reviewers can usually find much to criticize on 2-disc live albums. However, Slaid Cleaves makes the job very hard on his excellent new, 22-track album titled “Sorrow& Smoke" which was recorded live at Austin's famed Horseshoe Lounge.
Slaid Cleaves begins the set with the terrific "Hard To Believe," which has a melodic chorus featuring Cleaves' outstanding vocals. Indeed, Slaid Cleaves vocals are so pure and natural that it is somewhat difficult to distinguish the vocals from his studio albums and the live album - except for the generally acoustic nature of the 2-disc set.

The artist's famous ode to the site of the live recording, "Horseshoe Lounge," is up next, and the crowd is eating up the renowned cut like horses eating hay. Indeed, this cut is one of the liveliest on the album.

However, at his core, Slaid Cleaves is a folk troubadour, which is on full display on "Drinkin' Days" and "Black T-Shirt." However, it is the traditional country/Americana track "Tumbleweed Stew" that really sparkles in the live format. Likewise, the quiet "Sinner's Prayer" offers a vocal performance by Cleaves that is both mysterious and potently persuasive.

The second disc begins with the song "Cry," which offers an engaging trumpet solo that is unique for a folk/Americana cut. However, the best track on the album is love song "Green Mountains And Me," which showcases every element that makes Slaid Cleaves great - including his engaging songwriting style and a vocal performance style which offers subtle differences in color, tone and feeling.

The quirky "Horses" is a pleasing track that is well-suited to be paired with the next cuts "Texas Top Hand" and "Rolling Stone From Texas." The dark "Breakfast In Hell" showcases a more throaty vocal offering from Slaid Cleaves that gives special resonance to the delivery of the story in song.

The 93-minute album ends with Slaid Cleaves singing "One Good Year" and  the final track "Go For The Gold." On "One Good Year," Cleaves delivers a perfect performance to the appreciative crowd. Finally, "Go For The Gold" gives country fans a traditional song that will leave listeners aching for more.

"Sorrow & Smoke: Live At The Horseshoe Lounge" is a masterful set that exposes the low-key folk singer as the fine live performance artist that his convert audiences already recognized him to be. Indeed, ticket sales for future Slaid Cleaves concerts will likely be grabbed up faster than corn on the cob at the Iowa State Fair. CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: Brandon Rhyder "Live At Billy Bob's Texas"

Very few artist's have the stamina and simple country charm of Texas country star and Carthage, Texas native Brandon Rhyder. Now, fans have a special 4-disc "Live At Billy Bob's Texas" set (2 CDs & 2 DVDs) that sizzles with excitement and smolders with Red Dirt intensity.
The 24 songs on the 2 CDs clock in at a beefy time of almost two hours. The festivities begin with the terrific "You Burn Me" which is followed by "It's What I Do" which slowly builds to a rousing crescendo. It also must be noted that Brandon Rhyder's true country talent is startling as he belts out song after song with solid vocal performances. Indeed, Rhyder has the kind of pure country voice that could draw in outsiders to the Texas country fold. That's no easy feat.

Brandon Rhyder wanted to give his fans everything he could on this 4-disc set, and he even includes eight never-recorded songs, which is almost unheard of on a live album. The current single "In The Country" is heating up the Texas country charts right now with laid-back country charm. However, other new songs also deliver, including the hummable "Lord I Hope This Day Is Good," featuring Radney Foster. This cut has a retro-cool country vibe that really suits Rhyder's pure country voice.

Another new song, the bluesy rock "No Where USA" is the album's biggest surprise, and Rhyder's throaty vocals are both impressive and somewhat awe-inspiring as the artist showcases an element of his musical persona that is not often on display.

Red Dirt fans will bask in the warm Texas country glow of the new song "You Can't Drink The Truth," featuring the legendary Walt Wilkins. "You Can't Drink The Truth" is a memorable, goose-bump producing track with a great melody. In short, this song is a future Number One hit for Brandon Rhyder and Walt Wilkins.

The quiet new cut "Lucky Man" showcases Brandon Rhyder's true artistry in a carefully nuanced performance that is both heartfelt and intense. Another new track "Austin Avenue" was co-written by Pat Green, and it is also a radio-ready potential Number One hit for Brandon Rhyder.

"Live At Billy Bob's Texas" is a carefully executed Red Dirt masterpiece that deserves a place on the shelf of any fan of hard-driving, thoughtful country music. In the final bonus studio cut, Brandon Rhyder sings a joyous track that sums up the entirety of the project: "Let The Good Times Roll." Indeed, the vocal intensity and passion evidenced by Brandon Rhyder on this 4-disc set serves notice that he is dedicated to keeping the good times rolling for his fans during at least the next few decades or so. CountryChart.com

ALBUM REVIEW: Kyle Park "Make Or Break Me"

With top-notch production and just the right amount of Red Dirt swagger, Kyle Park bursts back onto the country music scene following a hit album and two successful EPs - including one that landed him in the top 5 of iTunes country chart. That's no easy feat for most artists, but it's just another day at the studio for Kyle Park, who is daring country music fans to "Make Or Break Me" in his new album of the same name.
With 15 songs that clock in at just under an hour, the album begins with the title track "Make Or Break Me," which deserves to be another #1 country chart single for Kyle Park. The radio-ready song finds Park's strong country voice in great form, and the musicianship of the instrumentalists assembled for the album is first class, including well known names in country music, such as Texas legend Lloyd Maines and Park's manager John Michael Whitby on piano. The song "Make Or Break Me" is an upbeat love song that offers inspiring lyrics and will appeal equally to both young male and female demographic groups.

Park's album "Anywhere In Texas" (click here to read review) proved that Kyle Park was a force to be reckoned with in Texas country music, and the two previously mentioned EPs  - Spring 2010 EP (click here to read review) and Fall 2010 EP (click here to read review) - showed that Park was also destined for success in the mainstream country music marketplace. The album "Make Or Break Me" contains 9 remixed songs from the Spring and Fall EPs along with six new songs.

The cut "Mistakes I'll Regret" showcases the more reflective side of Kyle Park. Again, the sterling production enhances Park's carefully nuanced vocal performance. However, the endearing Park "swagger" returns on the terrific "I Love Her For A Million Reasons," which has mainstream country radio potential.

Watching the trajectory of his career and the music produced will cause listeners to realize that Kyle Park has managed to hone both his rich country voice and songwriting skill (including smart song choices). In doing so, the new music will allow listeners to immediately recognize the artist's distinctive sound even more easily than his very accomplished previous album "Anywhere In Texas."

The dark "Brokenhearted" is the album's biggest surprise, but Kyle Park manages to impress with the track that forthrightly addresses the pain of losing the woman you love. But the best track by a mile is the the catchy "Leavin' Stephenville," which will have radio program managers smiling and offers all the ingredients of a classic country song.

"What You'll Never Know" is a heartfelt country track with superb instrumentation. Other highlights include the addictive (and immensely hummable) "All Night" and the high energy cut "The Heart Of You."

The album "Make Or Break Me" is a carefully crafted and cleverly produced album that could amaze many new listeners and will more than please Kyle Park's current fans. On the album cover, Kyle Park looks at the listener demanding: "make or break me." Country music fans would be advised to "make" him happy by jumping on the Kyle Park bandwagon by purchasing the album and requesting his songs on country radio.  CountryChart.com

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