Check out the latest crop from CMT’s Artist Discovery … freshly picked for the month of June.
Post Monroe, “Red Hot American Summer”
The only thing sweeter than the harmonies of Post Monroe is the spirit of these amazing girls. The trio of Shelby McLeod, Whitney Duncan and Ashlee Hewitt are set to make a big splash this year. These three beauties boast some serious pipes — and some serious credentials. Lady Antebellum’s Dave Haywood and veteran producer-engineer Chuck Ainlay produced their self-titled debut EP.
The Louisiana native and The Voice alum bursts onto the scene with a true-blue country song that hits right in the heart. Perfect harmony accents this tune about a relationship that is anything but harmonious. Dupré likens the breakup to a prison sentence — and it’s pure genius.
Moore unleashes his mighty talent with the single “Some Are.” In the video for the song, he plays literally every single instrument, including drums, bass and banjo. What can’t this guy do? The single is featured on the Texas native’s new album Getaway.
Listen up all you singles: Are you, too, tired of dodging that familiar question about marriage, babies and settling down? Then Alyssa Micaela has the song for you. In her debut single “Getaway Car” Micaela shares her feelings about the pressure to settle down and how having dreams other than white picket fences ain’t so bad. … Oh, and be on the lookout for a cameo in the video by the one and only Brenda Lee.