Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan both released new songs to the radio in September 2017, but country music is talking about a return of one of the most successful duos of all time instead.

Montgomery Gentry's "Better Me" is a posthumous release for Troy Gentry, who died on Sept. 8 in a helicopter crash. The mid-tempo song of redemption was the last song played during a public celebration of his life, and with its digital release, it's sure to make a huge impact. If you can't find it on your local station yet, find it at the link below.

Cole Swindell, Midland, Old Dominion and Justin Moore all released follow-up singles from previous albums while Jana Kramer and Kid Rock debuted fresh material. Click any link below to listen and then tell us which song you need to hear more on the radio in the comments section below.

New Songs on the Radio for September 2017:

Blake Shelton, “I’ll Name the Dogs”
Brandon Ray, “Ends of the Earth”
Cole Swindell, “Stay Downtown”
Dylan Scott, “Hooked”
Jana Kramer, “I’ve Done Love”
Jillian Jacqueline, “God Bless This Mess”
Justin Moore, “Kinda Don’t Care”
Kid Rock, “Tennessee Mountain Top”
Luke Bryan, “Light It Up”
Midland, “Make a Little”
Montgomery Gentry, “Better Me”
Old Dominion, “Written In the Sand”
Runaway June, “Wild West”
Waterloo Revival, “What Guy Wouldn’t”

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