The color yellow may be just the beginning of the Band Perry’s visual introduction to their third studio album. So far, all promotional materials for their single “Live Forever” have been drenched in canary yellow, but the trio tells Taste of Country there’s more to come.
Pat Green's new album Home begins with a strong statement. It's not quite an apology, but the title track is definitely meant for the longtime fans who've been waiting years for this Texan to release new, original music.
2015 is the year for new music from Luke Bryan. The singer released Kill the Lights on Friday, Aug. 7, and has finally announced the track list and songwriters for his fifth studio album. Taste of Country went digging to find everything there is to find out about the project.
Thomas Rhett is down to just weeks before he can share his new album, Tangled Up, with the world, and he's finally spilling the details. A just-released 13-song track listing reveals some surprising collaborations.
The last time Alabama put original music out, the country genre looked a little different, and the band itself did too. Now 14 years later, Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook are slated to release a brand new album, Southern Drawl.
Toby Keith is keeping his own tradition alive by releasing his 18th studio album, 35 MPH Town, this October. The album is the seventh straight Keith has released in October, only taking a year off in 2014. Taste of Country did our homework so you don't have to, to find out everything you need to know prior to the release of the project.
Alt-country veteran Bart Crow has teamed with Nashville's Thirty Tigers to release the followup to his five independently released albums. The Parade is slated to be released in the beginning of October.
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