Tim McGraw's 'Sundown Heaven Town' album will be available on Tuesday (Sept. 16), a fact readers of Taste of Country will hardly miss. The singer has taken over the No. 1 country music news site on the web, agreeing to roll out exclusive interviews and content each day over the next two weeks.
Country newcomers have taken to regularly out-pacing the biggest stars in Music City during this weekly Top 10 video countdown. Fans get to decide whose videos are the best, and lately that's been good news for Scotty McCreery, Danielle Bradbery and David Nail.
Country five-piece Old Dominion has knocked two superstar songs from the Showdown challengers circle. Their debut single 'Shut Me Up' comes after nearly a decade of hard work on the road, and in the writing room. This weekend they'll face a man who's worked equally hard over the last decade.
Country newcomers Old Dominion upset a veteran named Joe Nichols earlier this week. Their song 'Shut Me Up' is proving to be as popular in this song battle as it is on satellite radio. The competition gets stiffer today and Thursday however. Can the OD nation rise again?
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.'
Joe Nichols won the weekend Showdown last weekend, meaning his new track 'Hard to Be Cool' will face a second challenger in this song battle. The latest from 'Crickets' knocked off Tyler Farr's 'A Guy Walks Into a Bar' in a very close competition.
Two artists from west of the Mississippi River will square off in Friday's final matchup. Dierks Bentley's new album is called 'Riser,' so his fan football team is appropriately called the Riser Air Rebels. Those fans will take on Carrie Underwood's hometown Checotah Tornadoes, named after her hit song 'Blown Away.'
What better way to celebrate a legend like Kenny Rogers than with a super throwback prize? To truly honor the 'Coward of the County' singer, we've teamed up with the star to give you a few collectibles, including a Crosley retro radio/cassette player signed by Rogers himself.
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