Luke Bryan is gearing up for his 2013 Farm Tour! The singer will hit the road next week with eight fun celebratory shows that not only feature the Entertainer of the Year, but also lift up the American farmer.
Little Jimmy Dickens has returned to the Grand Ole Opry. The 92-year-old was absent from most Opry performances in 2013, announcing in June that he needed three weeks to recover from radiation treatments to his vocal chords. Recently, he stood in the circle once again.
The streak is over! Scotty McCreery's 'See You Tonight' video has displaced 10-week champion Kellie Pickler with the new No. 1 video, as decided by fans and Taste of Country readers. That's not the only shift on the Top 10 list however. New videos from Luke Bryan and Keith Urban also make an entrance.
It's always great to see country artists teaming up with causes they believe in, and for rising star Jake Owen, the birth of his daughter Pearl gives him more than enough incentive to team up with Saint Thomas Health for the annual Rock the Cradle charity event.
Gary Allan's powerful new song 'It Ain't the Whiskey' has stormed through its first two rounds of Showdown competition, but today's challenger might be a more imposing obstacle. Earlier this week, Allan's track took 86 percent of the vote in a win over Chris Stapleton's 'It Ain't the Whiskey.' That sets up a matchup with George Strait.
Her debut country album 'Feels Like Home' has just been released, but Sheryl Crow is already settled into her home in Nashville. The rootsy 'newcomer' country artist says she is happy to live in a low-key city where the paparazzi aren't lurking around every corner.
Kellie Pickler's latest video sets a record with a 10th straight win, but a new challenger to her crown has emerged. Scotty McCreery made an impressive debut with the 'See You Tonight' video; will his fans have what it takes to make the clip No. 1 this week?
To step out from beneath the shadow of her father, Krystal Keith needed to go softer -- and she has. 'Get Your Redneck On' is not the bombastic anthem the title suggests and fans may have expected after hearing her four-song EP. It's an understated, organic performance that allows Keith to introduce her own unique personality.
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