Chris Young's storytelling stands tall on his fifth studio album, I’m Comin’ Over. Young sticks with stories of love and love lost (mostly), and turns in some of his most revealing and personal songs to date.
Perhaps you've heard the story: a stewardess hands a record label executive a demo of Toby Keith's music, and days later, he scores a record deal. A few months later, he has a hit, and a few years later he's a superstar. It's a sexy story with a lot of unanswered questions, and it's not exactly true.
Jason Aldean didn't want to be a country singer growing up. Sure, he picked around a little but his mind was focused on another great American hobby. Find out what he wanted to do and why he fell short, and find out who everyone thought he looked like during this episode of You Think You Know Country?
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.
Country music fans were surprised when Lady Gaga released a country version of her hit "Born This Way," but she's not the only artist who has unexpectedly made their way to country music. Lately, more and more artists are trying their hand a country single or even an entire album!
Faith Hill has had some tough times, but she says the most difficult thing she ever went through involved YouTube. Do you know what she's talking about? Find out during this episode of You Think You Know Country?
Marriage takes a lot of work, especially when your lives are the focus of the public eye, like country star Carrie Underwood and her NHL husband Mike Fisher. They share a few of their secrets to a happy marriage, and one of them involves ... not being together.
When Rascal Flatts first met, things didn't go all that well. Sure, Jay DeMarcus and Gary LeVox are cousins, so they were cool. But LeVox wasn't very kind to Joe Don Rooney. Then, something happened that set them on a course for superstardom. Do you know what it was?
Kip Moore's new Wild Ones album is in stores and at digital retailers now, but he set aside a few extra copies for his friends at Taste of Country. You can win one of five signed copies of the "I'm to Blame" singer's second album right here.
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