If you’re a big picture kind of guy (or gal), Kenny Chesney’s ‘The Big Revival’ project may not be for you. The 11 songs on the singer's new album celebrate the little moments in life that at the time mean nothing, but later mean everything.
Of course you know Taylor Swift's hit songs. And you probably know her movie roles and songs inspired by famous boyfriends ... But do you know what her first job was? Or which family member gave her the gift of song? And did you know she once recorded a song about a country singer not named Tim McGraw?
You may claim to be Miranda Lambert's biggest fan, but we've dug up a few tidbits about the sexy singer that may surprise you! You Think You Know Country? covers everything from the star's homelessness to her early fashion woes -- some rare Lambert trivia.
Even the biggest Luke Bryan fan will be surprised to hear one or two things about the singer in this week's You Think You Know Country? From tattoos to heartbreak, to the job he was fired from before moving to Nashville, this clip is filled with LB trivia.
Luke Bryan’s ‘Roller Coaster’ recalls similar ‘The One That Got Away’ type songs using imagery that’s become familiar to country music fans. This surf side story of love’s missed opportunity is warm ... and slightly heartbreaking.
Jerrod Niemann's new song 'Donkey' hits on all the reasons fans love the party-loving, country rocker. The laugh-out-loud track from Niemann's 'High Noon' album comes complete with heavy guitar hooks and lyrics full of sly innuendoes ... not to mention a healthy dose of donkey brays to fill out the chorus.
The new video from Lee Brice makes its Top 10 Video Countdown debut this week. 'I Don't Dance' checks in at No. 8, besting videos from Luke Bryan and more. The top will look familiar to regular voters of this weekly poll.
Sara Evans has visited the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital twice -- once before she had kids, and once (this past January) after. The most recent visit changed her perspective, she tells Taste of Country.
Like so many country stars, Billy Currington remembers expecting his first St. Jude visit to be depressing -- they are treating sick kids after all, he figured. If there's one lesson to remember from Taste of Country's two-day webathon, however, it's that that couldn't be further from the truth.
Tyler Farr goes out of his way to help children -- especially the children at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The 'Whiskey in My Water' singer has made it to three of the last four Country Cares seminars, forging strong relationships with patients and families each time.
For Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, it wasn't always just about the music. From the earliest days of their musical partnership and friendship, the two men knew they wanted to use their songs to provide opportunities for those in need. The St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is a great avenue for that generosity.
Turning a personal tragedy into a hit record is tricky, and not just for all the normal reasons that it's difficult to make a song into a hit. Artists who write a great personal song may be hesitant to record it for months or years. Taste of Country writer Billy Dukes considers three powerful songs and three artists who dealt with the personal tragedies that inspired them in very different ways.
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