Charlie Daniels explains his approach to covering Bob Dylan's songs, Dan + Shay release their debut album and Cowboy Troy takes hick-hop to a new level.
FOX News Radio's Kirstin McNary has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:
FOX Country. I'm Kirstin McNary.
Daniels: "Oh the times, they are a changin'..." (song)
Charlie Daniels told FOX News Radio, he approached Bob Dylan's classics like they were new material, on his new album "Off The Grid-- Doin' It Dylan".
Daniels: "We didn't want to sound like anything that had been done before."
Up and comers Dan + Shay out with their debut album, "Where It All Began".
Dan + Shay: "Summer of 19, you and me." (song)
Shay told us they're grateful for the music and the fans:
Shay: "You're not promised tomorrow, so we just want to live every day and just enjoy this and enjoy that we get to do this for a living."
You can hear the rest of both of those interviews on foxnewsradio.com.
Cowboy Troy: "Beer in my left hand, shot in my right..." (song)
Cowboy Troy says he thinks his latest album, "King Of Clubs" will age well.
Troy: "People will look back on, years and years later and say-- that was a turning point in what country music, what hick-hop music and country rap have been doing".
Cowboy Troy: "Put your beer goggles on..." (song)
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