Katy Perry's 'Roar' is one of the biggest (and catchiest) pop singles of the year. Up-and-coming country star Charlie Worsham has taken the pop track and given it a country twist as part of his Cover Challenge.
Toby Keith's new song is full of attitude, but that's assumed, given the title. 'Shut Up and Hold' on will remind fans of 'Made in America,' Keith's last No. 1 hit, but the production of this bluesy rocker is grittier and more complex.
Dierks Bentley's 'I Hold On' video debuts in full Wednesday (Oct. 30), but the country star wants Taste of Country readers to see behind the scenes of one of the sets used to film the clip. Bentley calls this his favorite video that he's ever made. Find out why in this clip!
The video for Zac Brown's new single "Sweet Annie" gives you a front-row seat to the wedding of band member Coy Bowles to his bride Kylie! It's cool to see the band, their friends and family be a part of the gypsy fantasy land ceremony.
The opening track on Toby Keith's 'Drinks After Work' album sets the tone for a mostly hard-rockin' ride that's full of attitude. Sure, that describes many of the singer's best songs, but as a producer, he makes subtle changes to give this collection of songs its own space.
'Make Me Wanna' isn't representative of Thomas Rhett's entire debut album, but it may be the project's signature track. 'It Goes Like This' offers one surprise after another -- a stunning accomplishment considering a quarter of the songs are already well-known radio hits.
Scotty McCreery aka that college sophomore who "moonlights" as a country star, brought his new song 'Now' to 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' last night (Oct. 25), proving there is no time like the present to enjoy a country jam.
Scotty McCreery is back on top. 'See You Tonight' has become his second straight album to debut at No. 1 on the country album charts, selling just over 52,000 copies in its first week in stores and at digital retailers. That's 10Kmore than Willie Nelson, whose 'To All the Girls' ranked second.
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