New Music Tuesday: Joel Crouse, Lindsay McCaul & Stephanie Quayle

It’s New Music Tuesday, and we have a new batch of songs and videos that are bound to put you in a better mood. Check out some of our picks below and let us know what you think by tweeting us @JukeboxMixtape. Have a suggestion, we’re open to hearing them, just shoot us a tweet or drop us a comment.
Joel Crouse – Don’t Tell Me
I love the fun-lovin track by Joel Crouse has a distinctly honky tonk feel to it that makes you want to kick up those boots. You know, if you’re wearing them. So grab your favorite person and take a two step around your living room to the chorus. Note to self: this song will be stuck in your head by the end of your dance.

Lindsay McCaul – Empty Handed

Not everyone is into the contemporary Christian music scene, but Lindsay McCaul really brings herself to the music in a beautiful and inspiring way. Religious or not, the music is stunning and her voice will make you break out in goosebumps. Be sure to check out, “Empty Handed,” a faith inspiring tumble of instrumentation that won’t overwhelm you with preach-iness.

Stephanie Quayle – Sugar High

The new video from Stephanie Quayle will take you back to simplistic summer days with nothing to do but think about the good things in life. With music that is a sweet mix of Deana Carter style vocals and Faith Hill country pop, it’s a delicious track you won’t want to stop listening to. Fun Fact: the horses and mules that show up in the video were not planned, but they sure make a beautiful backdrop, don’t they?

The Dirty River Boys – Thought I’d Let You Know

Country Weekly has the exclusive first listen to this peppery banjo fueled song that doesn’t quit. With the influx of americana pop making it’s way to the airwaves over the past few years, I really feel like The Dirty River Boys are destined to make their mark on the genre. They’re rootsy enough to have cred, but hooky enough to get stuck in your head.

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