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Trisha Yearwood
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Trisha Yearwood: ‘The Odds Are Against Me’

Trisha Yearwood says her song 'PrizeFighter' has become a business anthem for her, as well as a personal one. With women in country music struggling to find radio space, and with the changes in the music business since she released her last album seven years ago, the 50-year-old knows better than to pin her expectations on sales or chart numbers.

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Tyler Hubbard
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Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Reveals Meaningful Engagement Story

Florida Georgia Line have had one heck of a year. Now that their new album, 'Anything Goes' is out, the duo stopped to chat about their single, 'Sun Daze,' before newly engaged Tyler Hubbard got a little serious with details of his proposal.

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You Think You Know Reba McEntire?

Reba McEntire really is the hardest working woman in country music. The legend grew up in a rancher's household, meaning she often got more done before sunrise than some do in a week. There were some jobs that weren't for the squeamish ... OK, there's one job in particular that will make a city boy squirm, but during this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll see how holding a bucket led to holding several CMA and ACM Awards.

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Trisha Yearwood, ‘Can’t Trust the Weatherman’ [Exclusive Song Premiere]

Trisha Yearwood is releasing a new album on Monday (Nov. 17), and she's letting Taste of Country readers hear one of the new songs first.

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Trace Adkins Christmas
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Trace Adkins Says Christmas Show Is ‘the Most Beautiful Project I’ve Ever Been a Part Of’

Trace Adkins has just launched his Christmas tour, and he stopped by Taste of Country Nights to talk about the uniquely intimate concert experience.

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Native Run Wrap Lady A Tour During New Episode of ‘Native Running’

From the look of things, Native Run had to walk to their final show on the Lady Antebellum tour. But the country duo made the most of it.

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Eric Church Performs ‘That’s Damn Rock & Roll’ on ‘Austin City Limits’ [Exclusive Premiere]

Eric Church recently made his debut on 'Austin City Limits,' and Taste of Country readers can watch an exclusive clip from the performance right here.

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The Optimist: Granger Smith Ready to Break Through the Indie Ceiling

Granger Smith remembers the first time Earl Dibbles, Jr. took the stage. It was July 2011 in Conroe, Texas. He'd used YouTube to introduce the character to fans two days earlier, but knew at least half in the crowd that night would have no clue what was going on.

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Native Run Talk Crazy Tattoos During Backstage Episode of ‘Native Running’

The second episode of 'Native Running' finds the country duo once again opening for David Nail and Lady Antebellum. Fan will learn what artists do before a show -- honestly, it sounds pretty great!

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Native Run Show Less Glamorous Moments of Touring in ‘Native Runnings,’ Episode 1

Country newcomers Native Run hit the road for a radio tour and open for Lady Antebellum during this debut episode of 'Native Running,' premiering exclusively on Taste of Country. Watch how the duo improvise when things don't go exactly right!

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