Album OTW: Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways


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Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters are still going strong after 20 years and have eleven Grammys to show for it. Their eighth studio album “Sonic Highways” comes with a bit of a high concept: each of the album’s eight songs was recorded in a different city. They’re even going so far as to produce nine different covers for the vinyl pressing of the album, so you can pick your favorite. But we’ve got the music for you to listen to as much as you want right here, it’s “Sonic Highways” from Foo Fighters, our Album of the Week.

Album OTW: Paperwork from T.I.


Atlanta rapper T.I. helped bring southern hip hop into the mainstream. After a two year break since his last release “Trouble Man,” we finally have his ninth album. “Paperwork” was produced by none other than Pharrell Williams and features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Usher, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross along with many more. T.I. himself says the album is a mix of classic soul and new school sounds. See what you think, you can listen as much as you want to “Paperwork” from T.I., our Album of the Week.

Album OTW: Anything Goes from Florida Georgia Line

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Brian Kelly and Tyler Hubbard, otherwise known as Florida Georgia Line, have become one of the hottest acts in country music since their debut album “Here’s to the Good Times” two years ago. Well their second album is finally here and it’s called “Anything Goes,” and it’s still got that fun-loving spirit fans have come to expect. It’s Florida Georgia Line and “Anything Goes,” our Album of the Week!

Album OTW: Jason Aldean’s Old Boots, New Dirt

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Since his debut album in 2005, Jason Aldean has scored twelve Country Number 1 singles. His new album is called “Old Boots, New Dirt” and Aldean says the album is uncharted territory for him, all about “starting with a clean slate.” See what you think, you can listen as much as you want to “Old Boots, New Dirt” from Jason Aldean, it’s our Album of the Week!

Album OTW: The Big Revival from Kenny Chesney

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Kenny Chesney got his start in the Nashville club circuit, and had his first country Number One single back in 1997. Now, seventeen years later, he’s releasing his 17th studio album. “The Big Revival” finds Chesney going deeper for inspiration, he says that on the album he wanted to “capture something real in a fresh way.” Listen as much as you want to “The Big Revival” from Kenny Chesney, our Album of the Week.

Album OTW: Tim McGraw’s Sundown Heaven Town

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Tim McGraw’s thirteenth studio album is called “Sundown Heaven Town.” This week’s Album of the Week feature is extra special, as we’ve got Tim McGraw himself telling you about songs on the album, from opener “Overrated” to his duet with wife Faith Hill “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s.” Listen as much as you want to “Sundown Heaven Town” with your host Tim McGraw, it’s our Album of the Week.

Album OTW: Lee Brice – I Don’t Dance


Lee Brice got his start as a songwriter for artists like Jason Aldean and Garth Brooks and he’s just released his third solo album, “I Don’t Dance.” Lee produced the entire album himself and even played every instrument on the song “Girls in Bikinis.” Check out all of “I Don’t Dance” now—it’s our Album of the Week.

Album OTW: V from Maroon 5

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The members of Maroon 5 met in school in LA, and since then the band has sold over 25 million albums worldwide. Their fifth studio album is titled, appropriately, “V,” and it features the return of their original keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, as well as a guest appearance from Adam Levine’s fellow “Voice” coach Gwen Stefani. Listen as much as you want to “V” from Maroon 5, our Album of the Week.

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