Taste of Country Staff hasn't taken a day off since he/she was born in December 2010. Staff is an avid fan of country music and country music only although he/she has a soft spot for artists like Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson. Other interests include live music, cold beer, pizza at midnight and photos of country music babies.
Taste of Country Staff
Why Carrie Underwood Quit Hosting the CMA Awards — 5 Burning Questions
And who's going to be the host at the 2020 CMAs?
Country Singers Get Silly With Santa — See Pics!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in country music!
See Inside the 10 Biggest Country Stars’ Houses [Pictures]
Some of these insane mansions are probably big enough to be seen from space!
10 Best Thomas Rhett Songs
Thomas Rhett may have songwriting genes running through his veins, but he's created a musical style all his own in his young career, making a mark on the genre that seamlessly blends elements of R&B and pop with distinctly country roots.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Blake Shelton
Even the most educated fan won't know some of these.
Why Isn’t Hank Williams Jr. In the Country Music Hall of Fame?
If you took a sip of beer for every country song that name-checks Hank Williams Jr., you'd be drunk within an hour.
Garth Brooks Adds Idaho to 2019 Stadium Tour Dates
Garth Brooks has added a Stadium Tour stop in Boise, Idaho, to his 2019 calendar.
How to Get $20 Concert Tickets to See Luke Bryan, Alabama + More
Summer plans = done!
Carrie Underwood Shares Adorable New Picture of Son Jacob
So. Stinkin'. Cute!
10 Best Brad Paisley Songs
Solo efforts and collaborations with some of country music's hottest female artists make this list.
Live Like a King: See George Strait Through the Years
George Strait isn't known as the "King of Country" for no reason. The influential, iconic and legendary hitmaker has had such an impressive career, and even at 65 years old, he's still going strong.
Top 10 Johnny Cash Songs
Johnny Cash had an incredible list of hit songs that started with ‘Cry! Cry! Cry!’ in 1955.