Gayle Thompson has been a daily contributor for The Boot since it began in 2008. In addition, she has written for Rolling Stone, Country Weekly, CBS Radio and several other outlets. Besides writing, she loves traveling, cooking, entertaining and anything else that involves her husband and little boy.
18 Years Ago: Keith Urban Releases Debut Solo Album
On Oct. 19, 1999, Keith Urban's debut solo album was released.
Chris Young Joins the Grand Ole Opry With Friends By His Side [WATCH]
Chris Young was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday night (Oct. 17) by Brad Paisley.
Story Behind the Song: Brett Eldredge, ‘The Long Way’
Brett Eldredge shares the story behind his single "The Long Way."
Don’t Expect to Hear Many New Thomas Rhett Songs During His Home Team Tour
Thomas Rhett explains why he isn't adding many 'Life Changes' songs to his current Home Team Tour.
Cole Swindell Vows to Use Music to Help People Heal After Route 91 Shooting
Cole Swindell vows to use music to help people heal in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
15 Years Ago: The Dixie Chicks’ ‘Home’ Album Goes Triple-Platinum
On Oct. 11, 2002, the Dixie Chicks had one good reason to celebrate -- or rather, three good reasons.
Dustin Lynch Knows the Value of a Day Away From Social Media
Dustin Lynch explains why he isn't constantly on social media.
A Look Back at Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Relationship [PICTURES]
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been married for more than 20 years and have three daughters together, but their romance is still as hot as ever.
Rascal Flatts’ First Time on the Radio Was Nerve-Wracking
Rascal Flatts recall the first time they heard themselves on the radio.
Luke Combs on Route 91 Harvest Festival Shooting: ‘We Need to Be Strong’
Luke Combs reflects on the deadly shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, Nev.
Watch Reba McEntire Celebrate Her Opry Anniversary With Epic Surprise Guests
Reba McEntire celebrated her 40th anniversary at the Grand Ole Opry with an impressive show, full of surprise guests.