Beats Music Launches With Luke, Carrie and Cash

Country Weekly curates playlists for new streaming-music service.

Today’s the day: The hotly anticipated Beats Music streaming-music service goes live. And Country Weekly is pleased to be a contributor to what many believe will become the benchmark of the streaming-music industry.

Beats Music, founded in part by the brains behind the mega-popular Beats By Dre headphones, allows music fans to stream songs and albums by thousands of artists in all genres. But what sets Beats Music apart from other services is its wealth of curated playlists—assembled by experts in each particular genre. For the country music playlists, Country Weekly’s editors have culled songs from some of your favorite artists, including Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Johnny Cash, to create a listening experience that we and our friends at Beats Music think will satisfy both the casual and devoted country fan.

Sign up for Beats Music and have access to Country Weekly’s Top Tailgating Songs, our All-Time Favorite Duets and super songs from country’s women, Ladies Night. Best of all, the playlists will be forever changing and updated, so you’ll always have fresh tunes to accompany you on your day.

For more, check out beatsmusic.com and download the Beats Music app, available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

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