Today we feature the group that may just be the best group in country music that you haven't heard of. A pair of brothers that hails from north Georgia (yes, more of those Georgia Boys) and Chattanooga, Tennessee, they are a pair of self taught, second generation musicians.

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Todd and Scott Smith took their last name and combined it with their father's middle name when they gave their band its name. Smith & Wesley is a powerful mix of southern rock and classic country, often referred to as Confederate Railroad meets Jason Aldean. Originally called the Brody Johnson Band, the brothers changed the band name to honor their father, who passed away soon after seeing his sons open for Alan Jackson at the inauguration of Alabama Governor Nathan Deal. It would be the last time he saw his sons play.

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The group's debut album, Choices and Chances, cracked the top-10 on the Country Album chart and yielded a pair of top-30 singles. "Sweet Life" and "You're the One". The success of the album landed them opening slots on 2016 tours featuring Alan Jackson, Florida Georgia Line and Old Dominion, increasing their visibility and fan base. The year concluded with Smith & Wesley returning to the studio to work on their second album.

The album, For Better or For Worse is due to be released before the end of the year, and we have the lead single in our spotlight today. Brought to you by All American

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Super Car Wash of Lawton, Smith & Wesson with "Superman (For A Day)" is today's Catch of the Day, new music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again.

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Today’s Key Word: “SUPERMAN”