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10 Songs to 'Heat' Up Your Valentine's Day

Frank Foster’s “This Evenin’”

"This Evenin’" was my way of saying, after all these years, I’m still in love with everything about you,” said Foster.

Sister Hazel's "On and On"

Ryan Newell, guitarist for the band and co-writer on "On and On" shared, "This song is about a commitment to someone very special. The person who is always there for you." 

Adam Hambrick's “All You, All Night, All Summer”

Penned by Adam, Pete Good and AJ Babcock, the upbeat song paints a picture of summer, carefree youth and life in a small town.

Honey County's "Love Someone"

“Love Someone” was prominently placed on the final season of CMT’s “Nashville”

Riley Green's “In Love By Now”

During a recent string of sold-out headline dates, RILEY GREEN introduced “In Love By Now” to fans who quickly found their new favorite song. His usual Southern charm may have audiences nationwide entranced, but not the girl that got away as he wonders what she might be doing now. Riley wrote the unrequited track, available everywhere today, with Rhett Akins, Marv Green and Ben Hayslip.

G.W. Souther's, "Follow Me to Hell"

G.W. Souther is a four piece Orlando-based band specializing in Pop/Soul/Rock music.


"affection is a song very close to us," the band said of the new song. "At that particular time we made it, we were all individually and collectively going through a major growth period. In every sense, we kept falling back into relationships that weren't necessarily good for us. Creating it felt like a therapeutic, almost 'Fleetwood Mac' way of getting through it." 

Ida Mae's "If You Don't Love Me"

“This is one of the first songs we wrote for the record,” the duo said of the new single. “Ethan encouraged us to perform very intimate vocal takes, everyone playing live side by side in the same room late at night. ‘If You Don’t Love Me’ embodies the simplicity and honesty of the record as a whole. We worked to marry uncommon sonic textures on the record, spanning the decades of our influences.

Chris Janson’s "Good Vibes"

Written by Janson with Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell, “Good Vibes” is representative of the Missouri native’s worldview, one based around the idea of embracing the positive, especially when it comes to family.“When we wake up in the morning, we have the choice to be in a good mood or a bad mood,” he says in a statement. “I believe we can change the world with a smile, a good attitude and a timeless message about being kind to everyone.”

Will Hoge's "Little Bitty Dreams"

The tune, about trading some of those grandiose ideas and plans for something more personal – mainly a wife and kids, is “100 percent me,” says the singer-songwriter.


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