Kyle’s LEAST Favorite Songs Of 2017 So Far

(Author’s Note: I’m on vacation this week, so I won’t be posting quite as much material. The blog will return to its regular schedule next week!)

In our last post, we discussed the positive side of country music in 2017, and celebrated some amazing tracks from some amazing artists. Not every song can be great, however, and this year has also seen its fair share of poorly-produced, poorly-performed, and poorly-written material. Today, we count down my ten least favorite tracks of 2017, rubbernecking at the worst train wrecks that have plagued country radio this year.

Once again, these songs will be presented without comment, because I’ve already wasted enough words on them as it is. The envelope, please…

Dishonorable Mentions:

  • Aubrie Sellers, “Liar Liar” (review)
  • Brothers Osborne, “It Ain’t My Fault” (review)
  • Keith Urban ft. Carrie Underwood, “The Fighter” (review)
  • Kristian Bush, “Sing Along” (review)
  • Granger Smith, “Happens Like That” (review)

#10: Tyler Farr, “I Should Go To Church Sometime” (review)

#9: Lindsey Ell, “Waitin’ On You” (review)

#8: Adam Craig, “Just A Phase” (review)

#7: Lady Antebellum, “You Look Good” (review)

#6: Jason Aldean, “They Don’t Know” (review)

#5: Jake Owen, “Good Company” (review)

#4: Shania Twain, “Life’s About To Get Good” (review)

#3: Josh Turner, “All About You” (review)

#2: Reba McEntire, “Back To God” (review)

#1: Dustin Lynch, “Small Town Boy” (review)