The 100 Greatest Country Albums of All Time are a very diverse group, but they all have one thing in common: in one way or another, all of the albums on our list made a significant contribution to changing the course of country music.
Chris Young’s "Sober Saturday Night" is an undeniably traditional country ballad that finds the singer healing heartbreak with heavy amounts of self-pity. Sparse production frames this vocal showcase — a made-for-a-television-awards-show moment with Vince Gill.
Josh Turner scored a big Showdown win this weekend. The country traditionalist began the next chapter of his career with "Hometown Girl," and ToC fans are loving it. Turner topped Joe Nichols "Undone," by a slim margin, setting up a contest between labelmates.
A weekend Showdown pitted two very different types of love songs against each other. Cole Swindell's "What if" ballad "Middle of a Memory" faced "Wanna Be That Song," the brand new single from Brett Eldredge. Voting was extremely tight, with Swindell coming out on top to face a second Showdown challenger.
Cole Swindell stands all alone wondering what could have been in his new single “Middle of a Memory.” The ballad from the You Should Be Here album describes what happens when the spark of love is rudely interrupted.
Keith Urban's Ripcord World Tour will plant stakes in New Orleans this fall, and he's hoping you'll meet him there. Enter here for your chance to win a trip for two to the Big Easy to see Keith with Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris.
"Sierra" is Maddie & Tae's version of Toby Keith's "How Do You Like Me Now?" The country duo's fourth single from their debut album tells Maddie Marlow's very real bully story, and it doesn't hold back the details.
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