Pepper here, and, well, it finally happened. After all the songs in the contemporary country music landscape about tailgates and trucks and drinking and moonlight and painted-on jeans and dirt roads, etc., FINALLY a couple of girls sound like they’ve had enough and are saying, “Hey! What about us?”
Pepper here, and this week’s Impact Artist Sam Hunt, has already made a name for himself by co-writing songs like Keith Urban’s “Cop Car,” Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” and Billy Currington’s “We Are Tonight.” Now, he’s ready to step into the spotlight himself with his new single, “Leave the Night On.”
Billy Currington’s legal battles are piling up. Seven months after he pled no contest in an elder abuse charge, the country singer has been sued by the boat captain in the case.
Pepper here, and in an upset last week in Frog Wars, Billy Currington’s “Good Directions” (as chosen by Paul in Rialto) beat out Miranda Lambert’s “Gunpowder and Lead.”
Pepper here, and Miranda Lambert’s “Gunpowder and Lead” is now a multi-week winner on Frog Wars (Go, Logan from Menifee!), but tonight, she may be overtaken!
Billy Currington leads the way as we look back at the top 10 country songs of 2013.
“We’re going to head on out to an arena tour with a guy named Brett Eldredge and Chase Rice,” Currington told Radio.com. “Brett, what a great singer-songwriter. I hear they get a little crazy too. Three crazies in the room, one night. Should be a lot of fun.”
Pepper here with this week’s FROG WAR! You may recall that last week, Team Rhys won with Billy Currington’s “Hey Girl,” and now Team Rhys faces a new challenger – Melanie from Rancho Cucamonga has stepped up to the plate and chosen “Mama’s Broken Heart” from Miranda Lambert as her song.
Pepper here, and tonight, we’re gonna mix it up a little on Frog Wars! Rhys in LaPuente wants to hear Billy Currington’s “Hey Girl” (in honor of Billy’s birthday), and Manny in Riverside wants to hear “Easy” from Sheryl Crow (’cause that’s his favorite song).
Pepper here, excited for tonight’s Frog or Dog song – the title track from Billy Currington’s We Are Tonight album!