Spotlight: The Frontmen Premier New Song ‘If It Wasn’t for the Radio’

Check out the debut single, If It Wasn’t for the Radio, from the country supergroup, The Frontmen. Donnie has been playing with the trio, for the past several years, most notably for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. You can hear him featured on the new single. Available now on



“Collectively, Larry Stewart, Richie McDonald, Tim Rushlow, and Larry Stewart have recorded some of the biggest hits of the past three decades on country radio as lead singers of Restless Heart, Lonestar, and Little Texas, respectively.

Now, the three voices are teaming as The Frontmen for a brand new single, “If It Wasn’t For The Radio.” Billboard is premiering the track below, which Rushlow says seemed to be tailor-made for the trio. “Dave Fenley, Austin Cunningham, and Kellys Collins all wrote this song, and it just landed in our lap from a friend. I thought it was really intriguing, so I sent it to Larry, and his exact words were ‘Wow. This is a strong song.’ So, we sent it to Richie, and he agreed. We all sat down and decided to try to work it up and see whether it could be for us or not. It didn’t take two seconds for us to think ‘This could be really good.’”–