On her new album ‘Blown Away,’ Carrie Underwood spends time looking backward at relationships that have run their course. The mid-tempo, mandolin driven ‘Do You Think About Me’ is a nostalgic remembrance of a boyfriend that she no longer pines for, but certainly thinks about.
Happy Birthday to Tim McGraw! The singer, who turns 45-years-old today (May 1), has proven to be a man of many talents over the last decade. Country artist, actor, father, cologne pitchman … McGraw wears many hats, figuratively and literally. To celebrate his big day, we’ve put together a gallery of all pf the best hats the ‘Back When’ singer has put on his head over the last decade. He’s proven to be quite a man of fashion!
Eric Church‘s comments about television singing competitions have split the country audience. Reader responses to his remarks and perceived insults in the current issue of Rolling Stone were intense, but far from unanimous. There’s little doubt that he voiced an opinion held by many — but certainly not all — country music fans.
The normally polite and proper country music community is beginning to take sides in the drama between Eric Church and Blake Shelton. Jimmy Wayne posted a long letter to fans at his Facebook page defending both Shelton and reality television shows like ‘The Voice’ and ‘American Idol.’
Do you need evidence that Carrie Underwood is still just a small town girl from Checotah, Okla.? Check out her Twitter page. The singer was one of the last holdouts to join, but now says she appreciates being able to jostle with her fans and followers. She doesn’t stalk anyone — most of the 26 people she follows, she knows — and hasn’t become addicted to the social media site just yet. Her favorite part? Watching her number of followers get bigger and bigger… and bigger.
Eric Church‘s latest Showdown win is a testament to the North Carolina-born singer’s loyal fanbase. His new song ‘Springsteen’ topped superstars Kenny ChesneyandTim McGraw and their duet ‘Feel Like a Rock Star’ by a nearly three to one margin. Last week’s win was one of the biggest in Showdown history.
Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum has a puppy that looks like a living teddy bear. Jake Owen has two slobbery bulldogs. Who’s to say that one is cuter than the other, however? You can make that decision on your own at the end of this list of the cutest pets in country music.
You can still recognize Tim McGraw by his eyes and mustache, but much of the rest of his face is quite different in 2012. The singer is in much better shape than he was in this picture from 1993, for starters. There is something else that is different, and we can’t quite place it…
Dick Clark was a man that tied fans of all genres of music together, so the news of his death is a hard pill to swallow for many. For almost 40 years, fans of rock, rap, pop and country music would tune in to watch “America's oldest teenager” count in the new year.
Billy Currington‘s fans know the country singer looks pretty good showing off his toned arms. While he’s spent some time in the gym, a job pouring cement certainly helped sculpt his bod. One of the jobs he had before hitting it big with ‘Walk a Little Straighter Daddy’ in 2003 was working 16 hours a day at a cement plant. He also worked at a paper mill after high school and a pawn shop before getting his big break.
To date, no country stars have offered their names as candidates for the US presidency, but that won’t stop us from wondering what it would be like if stars like Tim McGraw, Reba McEntire and Hank Williams Jr. traded in their tour bus for a seat on Airforce One. Which country music superstar do you think would make the best president?
Any country artist that can invent a sound never before heard on country radio deserves a round of applause. In the age of repetition and imitation, Little Big Town releases ‘Pontoon,’ a song that has no siblings.
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