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iTunes Top 200 Country Music Songs 2022 - UPDATED - Hot 40 Country Digital MP3 - Top 100 Downloads Singles Chart

This is the iTunes Top Country Music Songs Chart of online downloaded country music MP3 songs right now in the iTunes Store and digital music retailers like Amazon. You will also find the Apple Music Radio Singles Country Chart, the Free Country Song Downloads chart and the Country MP3 Singles Chart which list the top new tracks in country music from your favorite country artists. - UPDATED! The Country Songs Chart for iTunes, MP3, Radio and Streaming is published daily by CountryChart.com and updated hourly. The chart is also published weekly by Country Chart Magazine. The iTunes and Apple Music Songs Chart includes the top country music singles played by country radio, and the Country Song Downloads Chart highlights the hottest music being purchased right now by country fans. You will also find links to the top free downloads of country music songs and country albums on iTunes and Amazon. Radio singles and song chart position are very important to country music artists. In fac

Review: Dave Caley "Live This Life"

Dave Caley loves good, old fashioned country music, and Caley's newest album is a sensational look into the mind and heart of a God-fearing country boy. Dave Caley's biggest hit to date is "God's Grand Ole Opry," which celebrates the traditional country greats of years gone by. However, Caley advances his own career with the new album that blends traditional country with cowboy country and gospel.
Dave Caley's parents probably never imagined that their son would become a country musician when he was born in Blackpool, England. Caley claims Michigan as his home state, and he is in the Michigan Country Music Hall Of Fame. However, Caley and his wife, Christina, now call Kokomo, Indiana home.

The album begins with the title track "Live This Life," which has a cool, retro vibe. The country quotient rises considerably on the gospel-tinged "Chosen One," but Caley's star really shines on the ballad "Hard To Be Honest." Caley's vocal performance is so stunning that the female background vocals only distract from the powerful track.

The current single "Redneck Love Gone Bad" is a fun, campy country song that should be popular on both radio and in country honky tonks around the USA. Once again, it is another slower song where Caley shines. "You Were Mine" is a sentimental country music treat that will please listeners of all ages. Radio program directors should take notice.

"Sunset Boulevard" has a hard-edged, Texas country sound that suits the singer, and Caley more than does justice to "Nothing To Die For," which was made famous by Tim McGraw. However, the biggest surprise on the album is "Jesus Was A Fisherman," which clearly proves that Dave Caley could have a bright future in the southern gospel and country gospel genres. It's a toe-tapping delight and should be released to gospel radio immediately.

"Live This Life" from Dave Caley is remarkable for its diversity, and the album deserves a spot in the music collection of any fan of traditional country music with a gospel flavor. Dave Caley is living his life to the fullest, and he's helping listeners enjoy their lives with a lot of talent mixed with a heaping helping of country charm. CountryChart.com