Listen to Vampire Weekend's "Oxford Comma", Authority Zero's "Summer Sickness", Larry and his Flask's "Call It What You Will", & Black Label Society's "Godspeed Hellbound".
Listen to Ships Have Sailed's "Up", Frank Ocean's "Biking", Zac Brown Band's "Family Table", and Beck's "Can't Help Falling In Love".
Listen to John Mayer's "You're Gonna Live Forever In Me", NoMBe's "Wait", Falling in Reverse's "Loser", and Nikki Lane's "Jackpot".
Listen to Macklemore's "Same Love feat Mary Lambert", Montgomery Gentry's "My Town", Brand New's "Jesus Christ", and State Radio's "Indian Moon".
Take a listen to Drake White "It Feels Good", Taking Back Sunday "You Can't Look Back", Matisyahu "Love Born", and Nick Murphy "Fear Less".
Genre-hopping vocal powerhouse Lzzy Hale of HALESTORM joined Eric Church on last night's (Tuesday, August 5) "CMA Music Festival: Country's Night To Rock" special on ABC to perform Church's "That's Damn Rock & Roll". The appearance followed their duet on the CMT Music Awards earlier this summer, which became one of the most talked-about-moments of the show. Hosted by Little Big Town, "CMA Music Festival: Country's Night To Rock" was a collection of performances culled from last June's four-day CMA Music Festival in Nashville Video footage of the "CMA Music Festival" performance can be seen below. HALESTORM will join Church on tour this fall. Hale told Fox News: "Honestly I think that the industry overall — the rock industry, country, whatever genre you take a fancy to — I think it needs more people like [Church]. It needs more people taking risks and being, for lack of a better term, a badass and not necessarily going straight by the rules." Earlier tonight (Wednesday, August 6), Lzzy joined classical-rock crossover violinist Lindsey Stirling to perform the title track of Stirling's sophomore album, "Shatter Me", on "America's Got Talent" on NBC. The studio version of the "Shatter Me" song — featuring Hale — was released as the first single and video from the CD, which debuted at an impressive No. 2 on The Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 56,000 copies.