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Puss n Boots Perform ‘Sex Degrees of Separation’ [Watch]

When an alternative rocker (Catherine Popper), a jazz troubadour (Sasha Dobson) and Grammy-winning Norah Jones get together to play country music as Puss n Boots, they pull it off swimmingly, as shown in their performance of 'Sex Degrees of Separation,' exclusively for Taste of Country.

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Puss n Boots Perform ‘GTO’ [Watch]

There aren't many who can make a Pontiac GTO sound soulful, but country-Americana trio Puss n Boots do it easily in their new album's track 'GTO,' and this live performance -- premiering exclusively for Taste of Country readers first -- is proof that these girls could make a cardboard box sound sexy.

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Puss n Boots Share Story of Their Beginning as a Band, How Their Name Came About

There are plenty of artists who have gone from pop to country, or country to rock, but there aren't many who have successfully transitioned from jazz to country. That is, until Puss n Boots.

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Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley
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Top 10 Country Music Videos of All Time

Carrie Underwood is responsible for some of the top music videos of all time, but she lands only one on this list of the Top 10. Same for Brad Paisley and Taylor Swift, two others who consistently assemble very entertaining clips to back their biggest hits. So ... who's No. 1?

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Eric Church
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ToC Encore: Who Is Eric Church?

On stage, Eric Church plays with fire -- literally. He shouts and cusses, and gestures to band mates to get them riled up. He'll pump a fist and point at the crowd like an angry football coach. The 'The Outsiders' singer forever seems one wrong word away from raging, and his fans love him for it. Off stage ... it's a different story.

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Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, Danielle Bradbery
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ToC Encore: The Year That Forever Changed Country Music

Country music's pop influences have never been as obvious as they are today. Top artists claim pop and rock bands as childhood favorites. Rock producers are shaping the format's top new albums. And the occasional guest appearance from a Music City outsider has become the rule, not the exception, on just about every country release.

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Brantley Gilbert
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Brantley Gilbert Shares the Story Behind His ’68 Cougar

Brantley Gilbert was the proud owner of a 1968 Mercury Cougar ... until he needed money to keep his band on the road. He tells Taste of Country how the sale went down -- and how he got his precious car back (Hint: Jana Kramer was involved).

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Brantley Gilbert Up Close
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Brantley Gilbert Goes Home to Prove New Album Is ‘Just as I Am’

Taste of Country followed Brantley Gilbert home to Maysville, Ga. to get UpClose with the singer, and it was there that he proved that his new album 'Just as I Am' is purely Gilbert ... just the way he is.

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Lucy Hale UpClose
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Lucy Hale Explains How ‘Road Between’ Came at a ‘Perfect’ Moment in Life

Lucy Hale's new 'Road Between' album is her official introduction to country music fans, in more ways than one. Of course it's the first time fans can hear her new music, but it's also the first opportunity for those who've seen her acting work to discover who she is off stage.

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Thompson Square
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Thompson Square Dish on Snake Photo That Got Them Death Threats [Watch]

During the 2014 Taste of Country Music Festival, Thompson Square grabbed Solo cups of Jack Daniels and addressed a photo that caused quite the uproar on their Instagram account.

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