New Music Additions on KWWR

Paige King Johnson | Just Like You

Paige King Johnson ( @pagekingjohnson ) has followed up her 2020 hit “Water Down the Whiskey” with a new anthem with a different twist. The North Carolina native must be doing something right with her new song, Just Like You, as the final cut of the video moved one of the producers to tears. Country music fans might recognize that producer, one Pam Tillis.

Tyler Joe Miller | Fighting

Tyler Joe Miller jumped out of the middle of nowhere several months back and right into the MIX 96 playlist with a song called “I Would Be Over Me, Too!” It was one of many “surprise” hits for KWWR. While we were one of the few radio stations who played the song nationally, we were just a tad shocked when more stations didn’t follow our lead. That’s okay, we don’t mind being the pace-setter and we may very well be the pace-setter again on his new song “Fighting.” Tyler Joe Miller knocked it out of the park with his first two releases on the Canadian Country Charts and is opening to continue that success south of his hometown of British Columbia.

Holly Tucker | Rhythm Of You

Holly Tucker ( @hollytmusic ), no relation to Tanya, other than a great sound, is making a name for herself in the Red Dirt Country genre. Holly appeared on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice ( @NBCTheVoice ). The 28 year old Waco, Texas native celebrated her December birthday by getting engaged. Hopefully, she is ALMOST as excited with her first add to MIX 96’s Red Dirt playlist and the Music Row charts.

Shenandoah with The Zac Brown Band | I’d Take Another One of Those

Country music legends Shenandoah continue to team up with the country’s top artists off their “Every Road” album. This time it is the Zac Brown Band, and a heartfelt anthem to spending more time with family during this trying time.