The Showdown starts with a clean slate today, as Easton Corbin's 'Baby Be My Love Song' enters the Hall of Fame after winning its fifth straight victory. Now Gretchen Wilson is set to square off against J. Michael Harter.
Friends, teachers, classmates ... everyone agrees that young Garth Brooks was pretty popular with the ladies before he got married and became famous. In this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll learn what intimate activity the country legend compares being on stage to, and how long his first crack at Music City greatness lasted.
One more win and Easton Corbin is in ... in the Taste of Country Showdown Hall of Fame, that is. The staple singer's latest, 'Baby Be My Love Song,' bested a new single from Gloriana over the weekend for a fourth straight song battle win. That means it moves on to face a new challenger today in Rodney Atkins.
The power harmonies once key to Gloriana’s sound have been mostly replaced by the power of Rachel Reinert’s voice on ‘Trouble.' The song is sassier than anything they’ve come with previously -- the group look to be all-in with Reinert in charge.
Billy Currington’s ‘Don’t It’ is the first single from an upcoming sixth studio album. Sonically, the Georgia-based singer continues to nudge his beach-inspired style forward. He's amongst the best at marrying traditional and modern elements of the genre.
Tim McGraw and Keith Urban are headlining the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter, N.Y. and they're hoping you'll come see them perform their hits. You don't even need to worry about the cost of getting there. Enter here for your chance to win a trip for two to Hunter Mountain next June!
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