Popularized by the Beastie Boys, Billy Ray Cyrus, Motley Crue, and others, the mullet grew to its peak popularity in the '80s because it was essentially two styles at once: business in the front, party in the back. And country stars like to party, so it makes sense that some of the genre's biggest stars sported mullets back in the day.
If you recognize where this music video was filmed, you have a pretty good chance of guessing which video this picture is from. After all, there haven't been too many country music videos shot here. It's a seaside resort, with attractions such as the Thunderbolt, B&B Carousell and a lot of bumper cars. Have an idea?
Brad Paisley has taken the country drinking vibe to a whole new level. The country superstar built a fully functional private bar at his home in Tennessee, where he completed many of the tracks for his new album, 'Moonshine in the Trunk.'
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have been married for since 2005, and as most fans know they’ve been friends much longer. The pair sang together on countless Brooks hits, and were frequent touring partners while both were married to other people. The story of their first meeting isn’t nearly as romantic as the rest of their courtship. It involves a song, an attic and a $10 bill.
BMI has named Vince Gill the 2014 BMI Icon. The country star will be honored at the upcoming 62nd annual BMI Country Awards on Tuesday, Nov. 4, which celebrate songwriters and publishers of this year's greatest country hits.
Touring for months on end can get tiring for anyone, even the world's biggest superstars, but Kenny Chesney helped fellow country singer Miranda Lambert learn an important lesson in touring and spirit -- and it's one she still follows to this day.
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