Last week Aaron Watson's stirring tribute to Lane Frost, topped the charts. This week Kevin Fowler, Josh Ward, and Zane Williams all look to overtake Watson and move into the top spot -- who's got it? Let's find out.
Last week Curtis Grimes scored his very first No. 1 single with "The Cowboy Kind," this week Grimes drops to No. 3 opening the door for Josh Ward, Aaron Watson or Zane Williams to move into the top spot -- who's got it? Let's find out.
So, I usually try to be a lil more suspenseful, but this week's headline gives it all away -- what do you want from me!? I've known Curtis for years, I'm excited for him and his band. Congrats guys! Want suspense? Here's your suspense, who has the other nine biggest songs? Let's find out.
After spending the last four weeks at No. 1, Cody Johnson and his Rockin' CJB look to hold-on tight to the spot for a fifth. A rare feat in the volatile world of Texas radio. To do it they'll have to figure out a way to fend off William Clark Green, Curtis Grimes, and Casey Donahew. Can they do it? Let’s find out.
A new week and a new No.1. This week a highly touted newcomer looks to leapfrog a Texas veteran and land his second straight No.1 single. Can Josh Ward overtake Aaron Watson and land the top spot? Perhaps Chapter 11 or Zane Williams can get there. Who's lands at the top? Let’s find out.
After reaching a new level of success with his hit single 'Sent Me You', Mongomery, Texas native Josh Ward is faced with the tall order of following up a chart-topping record. He'll take a crack at it with a very different song from the sweet, honest ballad: a rocking honky tonk country tune called 'Promises'.
The Texas Music Chart and Best In Texas Music Magazine are asking Texas Music and Red Dirt music fans to help raise money for the fire fighters, first responders and people of West, Texas. A series of auctions with collectables from Texas and/or Red Dirt music artists will be up for grabs online. For example, on Monday Miranda Lambert auctioned off two autographed bottles of her wine from her coll
Josh Ward stopped by the KEAN-105 studios and dropped off his new single recently. While Josh writes or co-writes most of his own music, he was so moved by a song written by his friend, Scott Brown (The Scooter Brown Band), that he asked permission to record it for his CD 'Promises'. Brown granted permission, the song was recorded, and now it's Ward's newest single. And one of the most heartfelt s
Josh Ward has been in music since age 4, and fronting his own band for the past ten years. Having seen success on the Texas radio charts from his CD 'Promises' and two major Texas awards nominations in the past year, Ward is now looking to spread the word about his music to the west side of the Lone Star State. With a new single, 'Sent Me You' poised to make a run of its own on the charts, the Mon