Country music commentary, discussion, critique, review, and a one-stop-shop for the best artists around.
For The Country, Record is exactly that: for (as in pro) the record that is “country” (whatever that is). It is also a place for straight-up honesty, unadulterated opinion, discussion and argument, country music for the record. It is the place for debate about topics big and small, for reviews of the best and worst music and features on some of the coolest artists around, big and small, major and independent, commercial and non-commercial.
This is a place to share, to get angry, to get critical, and most of all to think. I mean really think. If you’re not up for reading the occasional long word and convoluted sentence then you’re in the wrong place.
For The Country Record began in 2015. Our goal was to create a place where you can get all things country music at the tip of your fingers. We intend to make people appreciate country music better.
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What does a singing cowboy with a guitar remind you of? Country music! It is an old genre with lyrics that reach the soul. If you enjoy listening to country songs, you can tell that the lyrics are soothing and relaxing. The lyrics are equally easy to learn. You can...
For The Country, Record is a music blog living up to its name. We are deep into anything country music. From the latest country music news to stories, trending topics, and updates, we give fans a way to be closer to their favorite country music stars. We provide you...
Yep, we’re that arrogant and obnoxious over here at FTCR that we thought we would hand out awards for Album and Song of the Year. Of course, we don’t have the kind of awards that can go in a glass cabinet, but we CAN bake, and that’s just as good. It just means said...
Boys Round Here – Blake Shelton (feat. Pistol Annies) Don’t Rush – Kelly Clarkson (feat. Vince Gill) Music Video of the Year Downtown – Lady Antebellum Mama’s Broken Heart – Miranda Lambert Tornado – Little Big Town Album of the Year Red – Taylor Swift Same Trailer...