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KROW Country Top 10 - March 2016

The Results Are In ! Here are the Top 10 requested songs for March 2016 !


Number #1

Number #1

Trace Adkins - Jesus And Jones

Trace tops KROW Country's Most Requested Song for March 2016 with his new single Jesus And Jones.

Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts and turned albums into Platinum plaques, selling over 10 million albums, cumulatively. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry is a television personality, actor, author, spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Program, the American Red Cross and has performed seven USO Tours.

Artists Website: Trace Adkins


Number #2

Number #2

Coming in at our second spot for March is:

Barrett Baber - Kiss Me Hello

NBC’s The Voice finalist Barrett Baber gave millions of viewers one of the most memorable introductions to a true artist and entertainer the show has ever seen.
With commanding performance energy, Barrett owned the stage from round 1, and his unique, soulful country sound stood out among the entire show as something truly special. Blake Shelton says, “Barrett sounds like no one else on country radio. He can be a superstar in Country music.”

Artist Website: Barret Baber


Number #3

Number #3

Matthew Huff - Drunk Again

Matthew Huff, an independent artist, making his own way as a fusion genre’d artist with a mix best described as a little bit of Keith Urban, John Mayer, John Mellencamp, and James Taylor all rolled up in to one. A country rooted artist with several musical genre inspirations.
Huff recently was awarded a 2015 Independent Music Network Award for Favorite Country Single (A Little Bit of Crown).

Artist Website: Matthew Huff


Number #4

Number #4

Doug McCormick - Pretty Girls & Fishing Poles

Country music has always maintained an ebb and flow between pushing the genre forward with outside influences and returning back to the roots that keep the genre grounded in its history. It’s rare for one artist to balance those two directions, but Doug McCormick pulls off that hat trick masterfully on his new EP, Sweet Dixie Memory.

Doug grew up the son of a blue-collar textile worker in Patrick, South Carolina (pop. 350). He spent his childhood loving the land and the outdoors, appreciating the significance of the hard working men and women on those neighboring farms. Doug played second base on the McBee High School Panthers baseball team, was a leader in the local FFA organization, and even received his B.S. in Agricultural Education from Clemson University.

Artist Website: Doug McCormick


Number #5

Number #5

Chris Janson - Power Of Positive Drinkin'

Ever since we first heard this amazing artist back in 2012 with singles "Redneck Revival" and "Better If I Don't" we have hoped and prayed for a bright future for Chris.

Well our hopes and prayers have been answered. Power of Positive Drinkin' is the perfect follow up to the hit title track from his album Buy Me A Boat. Chris' unique and powerful voice coupled with
his impressive range have put him on the fast track to super stardom.

Artist Website: Chris Janson


Number #6

Number #6

Ross Coppley - Wildfire

In a town full of dreams, Ross Coppley is living his to the fullest. The Lexington, N.C. native knows where he came from, but the driven entertainer now calls Music City USA home. With sure-footed direction, tight songwriting, energetic performances, and an always growing fan base, Coppley has proven his place in a competitive, ever-changing industry.

Coppley isn’t afraid of a little hard work, nor does he shy away from a challenge. As a national touring act, his momentum and determination persists. For the past 3 years, he has tirelessly averaged 80 to 100 shows each year. Opening for top notch country stars including Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, Parmalee, Brett Eldredge, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, and Love and Theft, Coppley lures in his audiences with authentic, personable performances, setting the stage for all who follow him.

Artist Website: Ross Coppley


Number #7

Number #7

Tyler Farr - Better In Boots

Tyler Farr’s a thinker, an observer of the human condition, a man in the middle of a surging testosterone country movement in today’s Nashville who insists on digging a little deeper, getting a little realer and owning how hard it can be. On Suffer In Peace, the son of a Garden City, Missouri farmer opens his veins and examines the pain that comes from being truly engaged with living.

Artist Website: Tyler Farr


Number #8

Number #8

Nick Alligood - Better On A Barstool

Nick Alligood is a Southern-Born force that can not be denied. Hailing from the state of Georgia that has produced some of Country Music’s most prominent Artists, Musicians, and Songwriters; Nick combines every element of the South to demand and retain attention from fans nationwide. Since day one, there has been a hunger to “fill the boots” of artist’s that have paved the ways for the modern industry, while keeping true to his own roots. Taking home the Georgia Music Awards Male Vocalist of the Year in only the second year of being a solo artist, says a lot. And, showing up in boots with a firm handshake can only help show there is promise in a world that is starting to be shadowed by negativity. This great nation was built with hard work, and there is no denying the ethic that has gotten Nick to the point where he is at today. Helping to give a voice back to the class that demands one so powerfully, Nick doesn’t speak or sing with any twang or southern draws; he announces his message with a strong American Accent.

Artists Website: Nick Alligood


Number #9

Number #9

William Michael Morgan - Beer Drinker

As a Grammy nominated producer and executive vice president of A&R at Warner Music Nashville, you might say that Scott Hendricks qualifies as an expert on country singers. So when he gets excited about someone, it’s worth paying attention. And right now he’s excited about Warner Bros. Records newcomer William Michael Morgan.The tall, easy-going, unfailingly polite 22-year-old from Vicksburg, Mississippi, has the look you’d hope for in a young entertainer and the stature to wear a black cowboy hat, a symbol that stands for something in
the country music world. And he’s certainly got the chops as an award-winning young performer, who earned recording and publishing deals before turning 20. But for Hendricks, it all comes down to that voice.

Artist Website: William Michael Morgan


Number #10

Number #10

Blake Shelton - Came Here To Forget

GRAMMY nominee and four-time CMA Awards’ reigning “Male Vocalist of the Year,” Blake Shelton will release BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE, his 11th studio album produced by longtime friend and collaborator Scott Hendricks September 30th on Warner Bros. Records. The album includes the lead single, “Neon Light,” which “blends a new sound with a very traditional chorus, making it unique,” says Shelton. Currently in the midst of his sold-out Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014 -- including performances at NYC's Madison Square Garden as well, Chicago's
Wrigley Field Stadium playing to a capacity crowd of over 40,000 fans as only the fourth country artist to have ever played the iconic 100 year-old ball park -- Shelton will also visit LA's historic Hollywood Bowl on October 4th following the release of his forthcoming album. Celebrating thirteen years since his first single "Austin" hit the top of the country radio charts, Shelton holds 17 No. 1 singles to his credit, recently breaking his own record for most consecutive No. 1’s at country radio. With 12 singles, including five from his last album alone, Shelton has
the most No. 1's in a row on the country radio charts by any artist.

Artists Website: Blake Shelton