Ain’t Just Girls in a Country Song

Maddie and Tae, composed of Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye, is a true-to-the-root country duo that is NOT all rainbows and butterflies.

They were known for their single, Girl in a Country Song, which is an answer to the “bro-country” that had infected the country radio in the recent years. Also, the single is a contrast to what was in the air waves as “bro-country” talks about girls in his truck.


Maddie and Tae were just teenage songwriting girls minus Taylor Swift in their masterpieces.

These girls really speak the truth in their songs. They represent the girls that are not easy-to-get as their badass songs would bring out the minds of the other girls that might not have the Taylor Swift’s diary-like life.

Maddie & Tae don’t always write sassy songs. They also had those inspirational tracks that could let anyone listening get the spirit of encouragement.

Fly  could be a tear-jerker that might have you want to look back and see yourself in the past few years for a step to see a brighter tomorrow. Oh, I thought that just sounds poetic! Hahaha…

A fun-sounding, new single called Shut Up and Fish talks about how not all girls in the real world love the moment a man would hold their reeling hand while fishing. Yes, they’re not all fairy tales indeed.

Their new album, Start Herewas released last August 2015. The album features the following tracks:

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Waitin’ on a Plane”
2. Girl in a Country Song
  • Dye
  • Marlow
  • Aaron Scherz
3. “Smoke”
4. Shut Up and Fish
  • Dye
  • Marlow
  • Scherz
  • Pete Sallis
5. Fly
  • Dye
  • Marlow
  • Tiffany Vartanyan
6. “Sierra”
  • Dye
  • Marlow
  • Scherz
7. “Your Side of Town”
8. “Right Here, Right Now”
  • Dye
  • Marlow
  • Matthew McGinn
9. “No Place Like You”
10. “After the Storm Blows Through”
11. “Downside of Growing Up”





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