Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (2/13 – 2/17)

Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (2/13 – 2/17)

Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (2/13 – 2/17)

Michael Tyler “They Can’t See”
Written by Michael Tyler, Jaron Boyer and Brandon Hood
From the album 317

Introducing Michael Tyler, one of CMT’s and Live Nation’s artists to watch this year! Tyler, a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Missouri, has written songs for Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, and Dierks Bentley, but will release his debut album titled 317 on March 17. Michael and Jaron Boyer (who co-wrote this song) are two of the songwriters responsible for writing Dierks Bentley’s No. 1 hit “Somewhere on a Beach.” Catch MT out on the road with his record labelmates, LOCASH!

Kip Moore “More Girls Like You”
Written by Moore, Steven Olsen, David Garcia and Josh Miller

In December, Kip Moore announced that he would be taking some time off the road and on the beach, but he’s already back with new music! This is back a new single from his upcoming third album.

Wheeler Bryson “Pour Me Out of this Town”
Written by Stephen Dorff, Andrew Dorff and Bobby Tomberlin
For the orignal motion picture and soundtrack Wheeler

Wheeler Bryson sounds like a rockstar right? Well, he’s not even a real person! He’s the main character in a new motion picture called Wheeler about an aspiring country star and his journey.

The film seems more like a documentary as actor Stephen Dorff Jr. literally becomes Wheeler Bryson (thanks to heavy makeup and prosthetics) and hits the streets of Nashville talking with real people in real places, performing every song live.

Dorff Jr., who is the son Grammy-winning songwriter Steve Dorff, composed the picture’s score and wrote and performed all the songs on the soundtrack except for one.

Blake Shelton “Every Time I Hear That Song”
Written by Aimee Mayo, Chris Lindsey, Brad Warren and Brett Warren
From the album If I’m Honest

Blake Shelton has shared a moody new visual for his latest single “Every Time I Hear That Song.” Taste of Country reports that the visual was premiered exclusively on Vevo and shows Shelton performing the emotional track and reflecting on a past lover while walking through a dark warehouse. The video also features shots of the women in question beckoning him in a teasing way as he attempts to follow her and recapture the feelings they once shared. “Every Time I Hear That Song” is the fifth single from Shelton’s current album, If I’m Honest.

Easton Corbin “Girl Like You”
Written by Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure and Rhett Akins

This is the first single from Easton Corbin’s upcoming fourth album. Easton described this song in a Facebook Live video as “different in a cool way!” I agree!


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