We’ve Russell’d up some big love for this hot young country star Instagram/@russelled

There is something so exciting about getting in on the ground level with a star as they begin their ascent, especially as you watch others get on board and remember that “first time” feeling of hearing them perform and knowing you’d be a fan for life. Every time you see or hear them, it adds another reason to love them. Russell Dickerson may still be relatively new to country music, but we already have a lot of reasons to love him, and in Rare Country’s 5, we’re sharing our Top 5.

If you know Russell and his music, then you know that he is one romantic dude. His entire debut album, “Yours,” was inspired by love and his debut single, also titled “Yours,” encompasses all of the goodness of it. This tall and handsome singer-songwriter penned the tune shortly after he tied the knot with his beautiful bride, Kailey, and it’s actually only the second song he ever wrote. Talk about inspired!

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“Yours” rapidly became one of the favorite weddings songs of 2017 for country music fans and put Russell on everyone’s radar, including other country stars.


It seems like it only took seconds before Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Billy Currington and Canaan Smith were taking this hot young talent on the road to open their 2017 tours. It was a grand welcome into the country music family, and Russell hasn’t let us down in waving that country banner.

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If you haven’t checked out Russell Dickerson’s album, “Yours,” yet, we encourage you do it. But if you’re already a big fan, then be sure to take a peek at the rest of our Top 5 reasons we love this country star, and share some of the reasons you love him, too.

And be sure to check back in later this week when we have more of the fun and news from in and around country music in Rare Country’s 5.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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