Country music has a longstanding tradition of supporting the troops, with stars like Toby Keith, Kellie Pickler and Darryl Worley taking frequent trips overseas to play for the men and women stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Within minutes of Brad Paisley being announced as the opening act for the Rolling Stones on June 17 in Nashville, his team and family started fielding phone calls from other family, friends and strangers hoping they could score free tickets.
Luke Bryan celebrated a special evening with family and friends at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Wednesday (May 20). The ACM/CMA Entertainer of the Year was smiling ear to ear as he took his first look at the Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary exhibit.
Florida Georgia Line are one of the most progressive acts in country music, but they also understand the power of tradition. The duo sang their very contemporary new single, "Sippin' on Fire," on the hallowed stage of the Grand Ole Opry recently, and Taste of Country readers are getting an exclusive look at the performance.
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