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    Quote Originally Posted by Momin View Post
    #4 Lindsay Ell (featured on Brantley Gilbert's song) - "What Happens in a Small Town"
    #13 Carrie Underwood - "Southbound" - Falling
    #15 Miranda Lambert - "It All Comes Out in the Wash"
    #24 Ingrid Andress - "More Hearts Than Mine" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_A8Zjwr9m0)
    #28 Kelsea Ballerini - "homecoming queen?"
    #29 Trisha Yearwood - "Every Girl In This Town"
    #36 Caylee Hammack - "Family Tree" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMpm0AmoKXQ)
    #37 Maren Morris - "The Bones"
    #42 Gone West - "What Could've Been"
    #46 Maddie & Tae - "Die From a Broken Heart"
    Since I'm posting after about two weeks, some of these songs reached higher last week but have gone back a number or two to their previous positions. Hopefully they'll go back up.

    #4 Lindsay Ell (featured on Brantley Gilbert's song) - "What Happens in a Small Town"
    #14 Miranda Lambert - "It All Comes Out in the Wash"
    #24 Ingrid Andress - "More Hearts Than Mine" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_A8Zjwr9m0)
    #25 Kelsea Ballerini - "homecoming queen?"
    #28 Trisha Yearwood - "Every Girl In This Town"
    #35 Maren Morris - "The Bones"
    #37 Caylee Hammack - "Family Tree" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMpm0AmoKXQ)
    #40 Gone West - "What Could've Been"
    *NEW* #44 Carly Pearce and Lee Brice - "I Hope You're Happy Now"
    #46 Maddie & Tae - "Die From a Broken Heart"
    *NEW* #48 Gabby Barrett - "I Hope"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momin View Post
    Since I'm posting after about two weeks, some of these songs reached higher last week but have gone back a number or two to their previous positions. Hopefully they'll go back up.

    #4 Lindsay Ell (featured on Brantley Gilbert's song) - "What Happens in a Small Town"
    #14 Miranda Lambert - "It All Comes Out in the Wash"
    #24 Ingrid Andress - "More Hearts Than Mine" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_A8Zjwr9m0)
    #25 Kelsea Ballerini - "homecoming queen?"
    #28 Trisha Yearwood - "Every Girl In This Town"
    #35 Maren Morris - "The Bones"
    #37 Caylee Hammack - "Family Tree" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMpm0AmoKXQ)
    #40 Gone West - "What Could've Been"
    *NEW* #44 Carly Pearce and Lee Brice - "I Hope You're Happy Now"
    #46 Maddie & Tae - "Die From a Broken Heart"
    *NEW* #48 Gabby Barrett - "I Hope"
    #2 Lindsay Ell (featured on Brantley Gilbert's song) - "What Happens in a Small Town"
    #13 Miranda Lambert - "It All Comes Out in the Wash"
    #21 Ingrid Andress - "More Hearts Than Mine" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_A8Zjwr9m0)
    #24 Kelsea Ballerini - "homecoming queen?"
    #30 Trisha Yearwood - "Every Girl In This Town"
    #31 Maren Morris - "The Bones"
    #35 Caylee Hammack - "Family Tree" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMpm0AmoKXQ)
    #39 Gone West - "What Could've Been"
    #41 Carly Pearce and Lee Brice - "I Hope You're Happy Now"
    #44 Gabby Barrett - "I Hope"
    #46 Maddie & Tae - "Die From a Broken Heart"
    #49 Caroline Jones - "Chasin' Me"
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    I can't recall if they have been featured here before, but Baskery are, in my opinion, one of the most dynamic performance trios around today. They have been performing for about ten years, and have released about four albums. They did spend some time in America, but are probably better known in Europe. They are the Bondesson sisters - the eldest, Greta, plays twin drums with her feet, while playing slide on a guitar-banjo hybrid, and sometimes playing mouth organ, The middle sister, Sunniva, plays acoustic guitar, and sings lead, with harmonies from her sisters. The youngest, Stella, plays slap bass fiddle.

    This is a live performance, in Germany, of one of their early songs "One Horse Down"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farawayhills View Post
    I can't recall if they have been featured here before, but Baskery are, in my opinion, one of the most dynamic performance trios around today. They have been performing for about ten years, and have released about four albums. They did spend some time in America, but are probably better known in Europe. They are the Bondesson sisters - the eldest, Greta, plays twin drums with her feet, while playing slide on a guitar-banjo hybrid, and sometimes playing mouth organ, The middle sister, Sunniva, plays acoustic guitar, and sings lead, with harmonies from her sisters. The youngest, Stella, plays slap bass fiddle.

    This is a live performance, in Germany, of one of their early songs "One Horse Down"

    This reminds me of the Dixie Chicks' setlist at the Kodak Theatre where they performed Home in its entirety.

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    I don't think I've heard even pop stars tackle this metaphor before. In fact, most singers opt for more sexual metaphors/lyrics but this one is casual and very everyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momin View Post


    I don't think I've heard even pop stars tackle this metaphor before. In fact, most singers opt for more sexual metaphors/lyrics but this one is casual and very everyday.
    "Breaking up with you was like having a day off
    Sitting on my couch sipping Jack eating Dippin Dots
    Breaking up with you was like taking my bra off
    Feeling free and loose like this T-shirt I got on
    Yeah I should be crying/ grieving some kind of loss
    But it's like taking this pink and lacy, suffocating
    Push-up, flakey, too tight, stupid bra off"


    Deserves a special mention among the lyrics of the year! It's feminist, without pretension, and makes it's point in a way that I'd expect quite a few could relate to. She wrote it with Josh Kerr (who's also worked with Kelsea Ballerini, Danielle Bradberry & Maddie & Tae), and Emily Weisband (a Song Suffragette, who has is currently one of the most in-demand younger songwriters on the contemporary scene)
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    This is a new breakup-recovery song from Grace Potter's recently released album "Daylight". The writing, vocal and musical backing are all pretty impressive in this retro "countrypolitan" number, with stylistic echoes of Patasy Cline:

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