Tag: Martina McBride

Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Martina McBride – Hits and More (2012)

Hits and More is the second greatest hits package released by American country music singer Martina McBride. It was released on January 16, 2012 in the United Kingdom and January 17, 2012 in the United States. It will be the final release under her contract with RCA Records.

1. “My Baby Loves Me” 2:36
2. “Independence Day” 3:26
3. “Wild Angels” 3:46
4. “A Broken Wing” 3:35
5. “Valentine” (feat Jim Brickman) 3:13
6. “Happy Girl” 3:28
7. “Whatever You Say” 4:30
8. “I Love You” 2:53
9. “Love’s the Only House” 5:13
10. “Blessed” 4:35
11. “Where Would You Be” 4:33
12. “Concrete Angel” 4:13
13. “This One’s for the Girls” 4:03
14. “In My Daughter’s Eyes” 3:14
15. “Anyway” 4:44
16. “Ride” 3:54
17. “Wrong Baby Wrong Baby Wrong” 3:41
18. “Surrender” 3:44
19. “Straight to the Bone” 4:17
20. “Being Myself” 3:40

Thursday 8pm: Across The Tracks: Featuring – One (Part 6)

This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title.  We’ll feature music from Rob Thomas, Martina McBride, Carlene Carter, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Harry Chapin, Marvin Gaye, Kiss, Bruce Springsteen and much more across the tracks and genres.  

Thursday 11pm: Feature LP: Martina McBride – Evolution (1997)

Evolution is the fourth album released by Martina McBride. It was released in 1997 via RCA Nashville. It included the hit singles “Happy Girl”, “A Broken Wing” and “Valentine”, the latter of which became her first single to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as her first major crossover hit. The song “I’m Little But I’m Loud” is a recording of McBride when she was seven years old, while “Valentine” is a re-recording of a song which Brickman and McBride previously released from his 1997 album Picture This. The original Picture This version charted at #3 on the AC charts and #68 on the country charts, while the re-recording featured here was a Top Ten country hit. In the U.S. the album was certified Gold on 12/23/1997, Platinum on 5/15/1998, 2xPlatinum on 6/24/1999 and 3xPlatinum on 2/26/2001 by the R.I.A.A.

Also released from this album was “Still Holding On”, a duet with Clint Black which was originally released on Black’s 1997 album Nothin’ but the Taillights. This was Martina’s first album to have a crossover-friendly country-pop sound, which was a departure from her earlier neotraditional country albums.

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MaxCountry Sunday with Ron Kovacs 9am ET

mCountrysunThis week on MaxCountry Sunday:  New music from Brandy Clark, Martina McBride,  Sam Hunt, Wes Mack, Jordan Rager Feat. Jason Aldean, Sarah Ross and more. . .   This weeks Top 5 Hits, this weeks feature artists and birthdays and finally your requests.  It’s live at 9am this MaxCountry Sunday with Ron Kovacs.

Artist Countdown: Martina McBride Top 50 Hits 1pm ET @martinamcbride

martina-mcbrideMartina Mariea Schiff (born July 29, 1966), known professionally as Martina McBride, is an American country music singer and songwriter. McBride has been called the “Celine Dion of Country Music” for her big-voiced ballads and soprano range. McBride was signed to RCA Nashville in 1991, and made her debut the following year as a neo-traditionalist country singer with the single, “The Time Has Come.” Over time, she developed a pop-styled crossover sound, similar to that of Faith Hill and Shania Twain, and has had a string of major hit singles on the Billboard country chart and occasionally on the adult contemporary chart. Five of these singles went to No. 1 on the country chart between 1995 and 2001, and one peaked at No. 1 on the adult contemporary chart in 2003. McBride has recorded a total of eleven studio albums, one greatest hits compilation, one “live” album, a Christmas compilation, as well as two additional compilation albums. Seven of her studio albums and two of her compilations have received an RIAA Gold certification, or higher. In the U.S. she has sold over 14 million albums. In addition, McBride has won the Country Music Association’s “Female Vocalist of the Year” award four times (tied with Reba McEntire and Miranda Lambert for the most wins) and the Academy of Country Music’s “Top Female Vocalist” award three times. – Wikipedia

1 Valentine (featuring Jim Brickman) 
2 I Love You
3 Anyway
4 This One’s for the Girls
5 Wrong Again
6 Whatever You Say
7 In My Daughter’s Eyes
8 Love’s the Only House
9 Still Holding On (with Clint Black)
10 A Broken Wing
11 There You Are
12 My Baby Loves Me
13 Wild Angels
14 Happy Girl
15 Life #9
16 Independence Day
17 Blessed
18 The Time Has Come
19 Safe in the Arms of Love
20 Where Would You Be
21 Phones Are Ringin’ All Over Town
22 Concrete Angel
23 Heart Trouble
24 Chances Are  (w/ Bob Seger)
25 I’m Gonna Love You Through It
26 Cry on the Shoulder of the Road
27 When God-Fearin’ Women Get the Blues
28 Swingin’ Doors
29 How Far
30 Care Kid Rock (with T.I.)
31 Wrong Baby Wrong
32 That’s Me
33 Cheap Whiskey
34 Ride
35 God’s Will
36 It’s My Time
37 I Just Call You Mine
38 (I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden
39 Teenage Daughters
40 How I Feel
41 Trip Around the Sun  (w/ Jimmy Buffett)
42 Practice Life (w/ Andy Griggs)
43 For These Times
44 Marry Me (featuring Pat Monahan)
45 Where I Used to Have a Heart
46 I Still Miss Someone (featuring Dolly Parton)
47 This Small Divide
48 Come See About Me
49 Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (with Alan Jackson)
50 If You Don’t Know Me By Now

Artist Countdown: Clint Black Top 45 Hits 6p ET @Clint_Black

The BlacksClinton Patrick “Clint” Black (born February 4, 1962) is an American country music singer-songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and occasional actor. Signed to RCA Nashville in 1989, Black’s debut album Killin’ Time produced four straight number one singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. Although his momentum gradually slowed throughout the 1990s, Black consistently charted hit songs into the 2000s. He has had more than 30 singles on the US Billboard country charts, twenty-two of which have reached number one, in addition to having released nine studio albums and several compilation albums. In 2003, Black founded his own record label, Equity Music Group. Black has also ventured into acting, having made a cameo appearance in the 1994 film Maverick, as well as a starring role in 1998’s Still Holding On: The Legend of Cadillac Jack.

Source: Wikipedia

1 A Better Man
2 Killin’ Time
3 Nobody’s Home
4 Walkin’ Away
5 Loving Blind
6 Where Are You Now
7 When My Ship Comes In
8 A Good Run of Bad Luck
9 Summer’s Comin’
10 Like the Rain
11 Nothin’ but the Taillights
12 The Shoes You’re Wearing
13 When I Said I Do (featuring Lisa Hartman Black)
14 We Tell Ourselves
15 A Bad Goodbye (featuring Wynonna Judd)
16 One Emotion
17 Nothing’s News
18 State of Mind
19 No Time to Kill
20 Life Gets Away
21 Burn One Down
22 Something That We Do
23 Been There (featuring Steve Wariner)
24 Put Yourself in My Shoes
25 Untanglin’ My Mind
26 Wherever You Go
27 Half the Man
28 Half Way Up
29 Still Holding On (featuring Martina McBride)
30 One More Payment
31 Loosen Up My Strings
32 You Don’t Need Me Now
33 Love She Can’t Live Without
34 Desperado
35 Spend My Time
36 Easy for Me to Say (featuring Lisa Hartman Black)
37 The Strong One
38 I Raq and Roll
39 My Imagination
40 Rainbow in the Rain
41 Money or Love
42 The Boogie Man
43 Drinkin’ Songs and Other Logic
44 Long Cool Woman
45 This Nightlife

Artist Countdown: Big & Rich Top 25 Hits 6pm ET @RadioMax

Big_RichBig & Rich is an American country music duo composed of Big Kenny and John Rich, both of whom are songwriters, vocalists, and guitarists. Rich was a founding member of the country music band Lonestar and later a solo artist for BNA Records, while Big Kenny was formerly a solo artist on Hollywood Records.

Big & Rich’s first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, was released in 2004. This album produced four straight Top 40 country hits, including the number 11 “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)“, plus collaborations with Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson, and Martina McBride. Comin’ to Your City, released in November 2005, added another top-20 single, the Vietnam War-inspired “8th of November”, and two more top 40 hits. Joining the duo on this album were Cowboy Troy, Wilson, and Kris Kristofferson. 2007’s Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace produced the duo’s first number-one single, “Lost in This Moment“. Both before and during the band’s hiatus, Rich has worked as a producer and songwriter for several other artists.

After this album, both members went on hiatus and released solo albums in 2009: Rich’s Son of a Preacher Man and Big Kenny’s The Quiet Times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy. These also produced the duo’s first top 40 solo entries: Rich with “Shuttin’ Detroit Down” and Big Kenny with “Long After I’m Gone”. In 2010, Kenny released his second solo album, Big Kenny’s Love Everybody Traveling Musical Medicine Show Mix Tape, Vol. 1. In 2011, Rich released the extended plays For the Kids and Rich Rocks, the latter of which included the Top 40 country single “Country Done Come to Town”. Big & Rich reunited in May 2011 to release “Fake ID”, a cut from the soundtrack to the 2011 film Footloose. A year later, the duo released its fourth album, Hillbilly Jedi, which produced the Top 20 hit “That’s Why I Pray. In July 2013, Rich announced that the duo had begun work on their fifth studio album. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Lost in This Moment
2 I Play Chicken with the Train  (with Cowboy Troy)
3 Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)
4 Comin’ to Your City
5 Holy Water
6 That’s Why I Pray
7 Shake It  (with The Lacs)
8 Wild West Show
9 8th of November
10 Big Time
11 Never Mind Me
12 That’s How They Do It in Dixie  – Hank Williams, Jr. (with Gretchen Wilson and Van Zant)
13 Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace
14 Loud
15 Party Like Cowboyz
16 Our America (with Gretchen Wilson and Cowboy Troy)
17 Fake I.D. (with Gretchen Wilson)
18 Cheat On You
19 You Shook Me All Night Long
20 My Last Yee Haw   (with Cowboy Troy)
21 Nobody Told Me
22 High Five
23 Live Forever  (with Billy Joe Shaver)
24 Born Again
25 Lay It All On Me