The bar has provided inspiration for many of Toby Keith's most recent radio singles, and the good times don't appear to be coming to an end. 'Drunk Americans' is his latest. The woozy waltz adds a hint of inclusive social commentary to allow it to stand out from the rest.
Expect Carrie Underwood’s new single ‘Something in the Water’ to clean up come 2015 awards season. The new track -- her first from an upcoming greatest hits album -- is sure to pile up trophies, but not of the sort she’s used to.
If you’re a big picture kind of guy (or gal), Kenny Chesney’s ‘The Big Revival’ project may not be for you. The 11 songs on the singer's new album celebrate the little moments in life that at the time mean nothing, but later mean everything.
Blake Shelton's journey to superstardom was long and arduous. The singer and 'The Voice' coach's career didn't really begin to take off until he made one very, very difficult decision. Learn all about Shelton's rise to fame and find out why he once quit singing in this edition of 'You Think You Know Country.'
Florida Georgia Line seemingly came out of nowhere when 'Cruise' became a radio hit in 2012. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard exploded onto the scene and were quickly rubbing elbows with Luke Bryan and rapper Nelly. But overnight success? Hardly. Find out the unlikely place these two got their start in this edition of 'You Think You Know Country.'
Trisha Yearwood’s ‘PrizeFighter’ is her first single in six years, and admittedly she had some catching up to do as far as recording and promoting new music in a digital world. Empowering songs that feature two of the top country vocalists of all time always win -- that's something she learned decades ago.
Tim McGraw is perhaps the greatest country singer of his generation, but he enjoys his privacy and is somewhat guarded when it comes to the details of his personal life. Learn all there is to know about the 'Meanwhile Back at Mama's' singer during this 'You Think You Know Country' episode, including which of his many hits was banned from radio!
Blake Shelton dances with revenge during ‘Neon Light,’ the first single from the upcoming ‘Bringing Back the Sunshine’ album. Shelton’s heavy chill drives this bluesy country anthem forward. It’s about as mean as he’s ever been.
Like the many before it, Justin Moore’s cover of Motley Crue’s ‘Home Sweet Home’ stays true to the original. The country singer’s down-home roots give the song (slightly) new meaning. In fact, the classic rock track fits in nicely with today’s Nashville sound.
On stage, Eric Church plays with fire -- literally. He shouts and cusses, and gestures to band mates to get them riled up. He'll pump a fist and point at the crowd like an angry football coach. The 'The Outsiders' singer forever seems one wrong word away from raging, and his fans love him for it. Off stage ... it's a different story.
If Brett Eldredge is trying to become country music’s next great romantic, it’s working. ‘Mean to Me’ is his follow-up to back-to-back No. 1 hits. Make it three straight love songs for this Midwestern Romeo.
Luke Bryan’s ‘Roller Coaster’ recalls similar ‘The One That Got Away’ type songs using imagery that’s become familiar to country music fans. This surf side story of love’s missed opportunity is warm ... and slightly heartbreaking.
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