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Country - Released August 28, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released June 26, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Tenille Townes is a country-music outsider, and her major-label debut is better for it. Like fellow Canadian Shania Twain, Townes isn’t afraid to embrace pop. The shimmering "Holding Out for the One" sounds like a Robyn song, while "White Horse"—all needling guitar and spirited handclaps—channels Duffy; both are primed for a crossover. "Lighthouse" (as in, "I’ll be your lighthouse") and "Jersey on the Wall (I’m Just Asking)"—about a high-school star athlete killed in a car crash and memorialized via a jersey hanging on a gym wall—are tailor made for a heart-tugging TV commercial. Townes’ voice is the star here: tender but with jazz-siren depth, full of charming quirks and not trying to be traditionally pretty. She can party (the uplifting "Come as You Are"), do campfire twang ("Where You Are") and be thought-provoking (breakout single "Somebody’s Daughter" imagines how homeless girls got that way). And when, on "I Kept the Roses," Townes goes retro—her funny-valentine voice soaring alongside Chet Atkins-style guitar like some old-timey radio transmission—she proves she can also surprise. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz
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Country - Released June 26, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released June 12, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released April 5, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released February 7, 2020 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released December 13, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released December 13, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released October 11, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released October 11, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Pop - Released October 4, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released October 1, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Pop - Released September 20, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released August 29, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released July 19, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released July 19, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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Country - Released March 8, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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After 2016's Hero won her big awards from the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association, Maren Morris took a left turn with the Top 40 pop smash "The Middle," a collaboration with electro producer Zedd. So it's no surprise that her follow-up blurs genre lines. "I'm cooking up my own flavor...making a mess straight outta scratch," she sings on the sassy "Flavor," which uses bro-country guitars and moody pop atmospherics to hammer home the point. There are some moments of purity: the terrific "All My Favorite People" ropes in country duo Brothers Osborne and lifts its melody from Dolly Parton's "9 to 5". With its slide guitars and shuffling drums, "To Hell and Back" would be right at home on a Miranda Lambert record. But mostly, Morris channels the queen of the middle, Sheryl Crow, as on the bouncy "Feels" and the folksy "A Song for Everything."  She also adopts the social themes du jour, calling for unity on "Common" (which features a guest turn from Brandi Carlile) and sisterhood support on "Girl." Morris tries hard at being the popular girl, and it works. © Qobuz

Country - Released March 8, 2019 | Columbia Nashville

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