Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (5/8 – 5/12)

Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (5/8 – 5/12)

Cricket’s New Music Spotlight (5/8 – 5/12)

Tony Stampley “Daily Bread”

Tony Stampley is the son of legend Joe Stampley as well as a successful songwriter in his own right. According to Roughstock, Hank Williams Jr. recorded 3 of the first 5 songs that Tony wrote upon moving to Nashville and has since recorded 17 of his songs to date. “Daily Bread” is exactly the song you think it is. A thank you to God for all of His blessings. It will be on Tony’s next album due out later this year.


“Either Way” Chris Stapleton
Written by Stapleton, Tim James and Kendall Marvel
From the album From A Room: Volume 1

The first of a Chris Stapleton’s two-disc set From a Room: Volume 1 is out now, while the other half is expected later this year. The single, which was co-written by Chris first appeared on Lee Ann Womack’s 2008 album, Call Me Crazy.


Danny Worsnop “Anyone But Me”
Written by Worsnop, Terri Jo Box and Randall Clay
From the album The Long Road Home

Here’s another artist who has made the cross-over to country radio! Danny Worsnop, 26, is a British singer-songwriter formerly the lead singer of rock group Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot. He just released his debut solo country-inspired album, The Long Road Home, earlier this year.


Maggie Rose “Body on Fire”
From the EP Dreams and Dollars

When she first launched her career in 2009, she went by her full name Margaret Durante. In 2011, she decided to makeover her image and started going by her nickname Maggie, which was given by her father, along with her middle name Rose.

The first time we heard her we loved her, we loved her and and she co-headlined the Froggy Field Party 6 in Eminence. Today, she is a successful songwriter and has new music to share! Maggie posted this message to fans alongside a link to download the single on Spotify:
“Excited to finally share new music with people who have supported me from the start and those who are maybe just getting their first listen of what I’m all about. I’ve never been more comfortable in my own skin than I am now and I think this EP showcases that.”


Josh Turner “All About You”
Written by Craig Wiseman and Justin Weaver
From the album Deep South

“All About You” is the follow-up to Josh Turner’s chart-topping hit “Hometown Girl,” his first No.1 single since 2010. It appears that the time he spent perfecting this album, is really paying off. “I’m really proud of this album. It was really important for me to expand creatively and explore in new ways for this record. The way I pick songs is different now. There are so many things in my life and career that have matured me as an artist.”

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