Keep On Lovin' You
|"Keep On Lovin' You"|
|Single by Steel Magnolia|
|from the album Steel Magnolia|
|Released||September 14, 2009|
|Label||Big Machine Records|
|Steel Magnolia singles chronology|
"Keep On Lovin' You" is the title of a debut song recorded by American country music duo Steel Magnolia, which was written by Chris Stapleton and Trent Willmon. It was released in September 2009 as the first single from the album Steel Magnolia. The digital iTunes single was released a month earlier on August 9, 2009. It is included on the duo's self-titled EP, released in February 2010. The song was performed by the duo on the season finale of the CMT series Can You Duet, which they also won.
"Keep On Lovin' You" is an up-tempo in which both members of Steel Magnolia alternate lead vocals. The lyrics centralize on a theme of devotion to each other.
Allen Jacobs of Roughstock said "both Meghan Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones have voices with an "edge" to them and Meghan, in particular, has a voice that recalls one of her idols, Bekka Bramlett. Joshua Scott's voice recalls rock vocalists of the past but when you blend their two voices together there's just something about this couple, and they are a couple, that makes them work. Chris Neal of Country Weekly called it a "simple little number" that "gives real-life couple Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey a chance to shine," giving it three-and-a-half stars out of five.
|US Billboard Hot 100||68|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||4|
|US Country Songs (Billboard)||15|
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