Country music brought its fashion A-game to the 2016 Grammy Awards. Whether posing for photos on the red carpet or giving a stellar tribute to a music legend, the men and women of our genre looked hot, hot, classy and hot on Monday night (Feb. 15).
Reba McEntire’s “Just Like Them Horses” was never intended to be on her record, and she didn’t seem willing to make it a single prior to the album release. As so often happens with songs that cut so deep they bleed, however, an overwhelming response made giving a larger audience a chance to hear it the only option.
Kip Moore's brand new "Running for You" video is out, which means it's been added to our Taste of Country Top 10 Video Countdown poll, too. Will his fans help him fight his way into our list next week?
Dierks Bentley’s new single “Somewhere On a Beach” recalls his biggest hit from Riser. It’s fair to call the soulful country-blues song a sequel to “Drunk On a Plane.” The ballad details what happens once that plane lands.
Property Brothers stars the Scott Brothers make their musical debut with “Hold On,” one of two tracks they’ve written and released on iTunes. The coffee shop country ballad is a love song written from the perspective of someone missing home.
Brantley Gilbert is one of the most interesting and mysterious men in country music. The 'One Hell of an Amen' singer doesn't talk about his past much, preferring to write songs and sing about the events that led him to country music stardom. During this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' we do the talking for him.
It's shaping up tp be a battle between two of the most affecting ballads currently at country radio in the new Showdown, as Cole Swindell's winning "You Should Be Here" squares off against "Humble and Kind," the brand-new single from Tim McGraw.
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