Brand New With Barnes features new songs from well known artists and singers you've never heard of before. This, is your weekly recap in case you missed some.

  • Miranda Lambert - Something Bad

    Miranda Lambert gained fame as a finalist on the 2003 season of Nashville Star, where she finished in third place and later signed to Epic records.  Since then she has gone on to Country superstar and wife of Blake Shelton, and the hits just keep on coming!  "Something Bad" is the latest single from her current album "Platinum".  Available now in stores and on iTunes

  • Thompson Square - I Can't Outrun You

    Keifer Thompson was born and raised in Miami, OK.  He met Shawna, a native of Chatom, AL, at a singing competition in Nashville.  The two worked as solo artists before deciding to form a duo In 2007, they just celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary last month.

    "I Can't Outrun You" is available on iTunes

  • Keith Urban - Somewhere In My Car

    Way back in 2001, the Country Music Association gave Urban its Horizon Award, picking him as an artist with a bright future. He went on to become the first Horizon Award winner in history to go on to win the CMA’s Male Vocalist of the Year, three times!  He even earned the prized Entertainer of the Year. Urban’s career has seen a long list of firsts and accomplishments reserved for the music industry’s elite.

    Keith Urban - "Somewhere In My Car" is available in stores and at iTunes

  • Craig Morgan - We'll Come Back Around

    In the beginning, Craig landed a job in Nashville singing demos for other songwriters and publishing companies. But, the demos led to releasing his first album  the self-titled Craig Morgan in 2000.

    In July 2013, Morgan released "Wake Up Lovin' You", the first single from his second compilation album The Journey (Livin' Hits).  "We'll Come Back Around" is the latest from that album and is available at stores and on iTunes.

  • Rae Lynn

    When Rae Lynn turned 15, she wanted to start acting, so she went to Los Angeles to follow her dream. While there, she started writing. It was then that she developed a real passion for music.  At 17 years old, she went to Nashville to write songs and start chasing her dreams. Next thing she knew, she was auditioning for “The Voice”