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Toby Keith
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Toby Keith on Passing Out Candy Cigarettes, His Gene Simmons Costume and More

You may not expect Toby Keith to be a big fan of Halloween, but the singer admits he's "always ready" for the holiday. The 'Drunk Americans' hitmaker called in to Taste of Country Nights to chat with host Sam Alex about trick-or-treating, costumes and, most importantly, candy!

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Sam Hunt
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Sam Hunt Dishes on Zorro Costume, ‘Montevallo’ and Taking Photos with Fans

Sam Hunt's debut album, 'Montevallo,' dropped on Monday (Oct. 27), and in honor of the release, the singer stopped by the Taste of Country Nights studio to chat about the album, the surreal moment when fans ask to take photos and, of course, Halloween.
e album, the surreal moment when fans ask to take photos and, of course, Halloween.

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Little Big Town
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Little Big Town Reveal Secret Behind ‘Day Drinking’ Whistle

Talk about making lemonade from lemons! Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild couldn't sing one afternoon, but instead of calling it a day she created one of the most memorable moments from 'Day Drinking,' the group's hit song from the just-released 'Pain Killer' album.

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Chasin’ Crazy Talk Chaos of Reality Show, the Boy Band Label and Why the Music Speaks for Itself

The members of Chasin' Crazy are living up to their name, keeping up a hectic schedule around the launch of a new single and a reality television show.

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‘Anything Goes’: Florida Georgia Line ‘Return’ to Themselves With ‘Dirt,’ New Producer [Watch]

With a new album comes a fresh Florida Georgia Line, but according to the 'Dirt' duo, it's not so much a "new" them as it is a return to what they've always known. In an exclusive interview with Taste of Country, the guys expand on this, their new producer and much more.

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Dean Alexander
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Dean Alexander Lived a Lot to Get to ‘Live a Little’

Dean Alexander arrived in Nashville in 2006 with $100, a car full of clothes and a dream. Those three ingredients make a fine country cliche, but don't try comparing his story to another singer's quite yet. That's literally all the West Virginia-raised singer had. As far as he was concerned, there was nothing to return home to.

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‘Anything Goes’: Florida Georgia Line Talk ‘Evolution’ of New Album [Watch]

Florida Georgia Line say 'Anything Goes' -- their new album, out Tuesday (Oct. 14) -- is an "evolution" and "continuation" of their debut album. The duo sat down in the studio to chat with Taste of Country about their sophomore release.

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Adam Sanders
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Adam Sanders Ready to Break Away From Familiar Route to Stardom

Take I-75 through Atlanta and turn left in Chattanooga. It's a recently well-trod route that continues to funnel country talent to Nashville. Adam Sanders is the latest, and like Cole Swindell and Luke Bryan before him he honed his craft songwriting before getting his first taste of life as a solo artist. 'Nothing to Do But Drink' is the Florida native's first single. He says it was born in small town America.

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Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett + More Shine at Nashville Premiere of Nicholas Sparks Film, ‘The Best of Me’

Some of the biggest stars in country music gathered at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Thursday night (Oct. 9) for the Nashville premiere of 'The Best of Me,' a new movie based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks.

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Montgomery Gentry
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Montgomery Gentry Release GhostTunes Bundle to Benefit Cancer Research

Montgomery Gentry recently released a new single called 'Headlights,' and now they've announced a very special partnership with GhostTunes, Garth Brooks' newly-launched digital music service.

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