Country music brought its fashion A-game to the 2016 Grammy Awards. Whether posing for photos on the red carpet or giving a stellar tribute to a music legend, the men and women of our genre looked hot, hot, classy and hot on Monday night (Feb. 15).
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.
Charles Kelley's The Driver album is a project that rewards commitment. There’s nothing as immediately infectious as many of his full-time band’s greatest hits. Instead, he’s hoping fans will dig deep into his lyrics.
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.
Carrie Underwood’s new country single is called “Smoke Break,” and it’s a song her fans will line up to support. Those who thought the superstar was too polished to write and record a blue collar anthem are proven wrong on this first single from the upcoming Storyteller album.
You’ll struggle to find a more musical song on the radio than Reba McEntire’s new single, “Until They Don't Love You.” The singer’s story takes a backseat to all that’s going on between verse, chorus and bridge. It’s an all-out jam.
Tim McGraw keeps it mellow with the first single from an upcoming project. “Top of the World” is a gentle way for the singer to describe his love to someone. McGraw uses a familiar metaphor to make it clear this woman couldn’t make him feel any finer.
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