A little big Country, a little bit Rock, and whole lot of straight-forward female badassery. That's what Clare Dunn brings to the format with her major label debut single, "Move On." This song isn't about getting over lost love or finding the rainbow after a heartbreak. Dunn isn't one to sing about sugar and spice or butterflies and pearls; as a programming friend of mine told me recently, "Clare Dunn doesn't sing about girl stuff. Clare Dunn is a woman, and she sings about woman stuff." And I couldn't have said it better myself. Dunn is a woman who knows what she wants, and she's going for it in a big way with "Move On," both lyrically and sonically. "Sometimes I wish you just / Well, if I told you what I’m really thinkin’, it might make you blush / Yeah, but baby so what / And I don’t wanna rush / We’ve been pretending we’re just friends and all that stuff / For long enough, yeah / I’m thinkin’ babe tonight / We start blurrin’ up the lines // Go ahead, get out of your head / Think you’re overthinking, use your lips instead / ‘Cause what you want I want / I think it’s easy to see / I know you’re a little bit shy / But if I’m gonna be honest baby, so am I / You’re on the sidelines wasting time / When you could be winning with me / All them days are over, all them red lights are green / So, move on, move on, move on, make your move on me." A killer songwriter, powerful vocals, guitar riffs to rival the best in the business, and a pretty blonde girl who wants to you put the moves on her. Really, what more do you need? Just like she said, you're wasting time on the sidelines instead of winning with her if you don't add this as soon as possible. Impacting: NOW.