The Cadillac Three rallied their fans for a big Showdown win over the weekend. Strong support from the trio's faithful on Twitter and Facebook proved to be the difference for "Graffiti," a new TC3 song that notched its first Showdown win.
Congratulations to Steven Tyler, who has added the Showdown Hall of Fame to his long list of accolades by posting his fifth straight victory with his new single, "Red, White & You." We're starting fresh today and over the weekend with a brand-new challenge between Eric Church and …
Steven Tyler is close to putting a second single in the Taste of Country Showdown Hall of Fame. "Red, White and You" is the classic rocker's second release to radio, and fans love it. The feel-good love song made short work of Cam's "Mayday" over the weekend, taking 72 …
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has won his way into another round of the Showdown, but he'll be facing his toughest competition yet. The rocker-turned-country singer's new single will go head-to-head with the latest from Cam today and over the weekend.
All country fans need is "Red, White & You." At least, that's the consensus of Showdown voters, who gave Steven Tyler's second solo country single a big win over Dierks Bentley in the Showdown. Tyler now moves on to face a challenge from Billy Currington.
Dierks Bentley's lead single from an upcoming album made a big impression over the weekend. "Somewhere On a Beach" topped a fast-rising ballad from Cole Swindell. "You Should Be Here" had won two straight Showdowns before falling to Bentley's nation of fans.
It's another big win for Cole Swindell, who has just defeated Tim McGraw in the Showdown with his new song, "You Should Be Here." He will face a new challenge from Dierks Bentley today and over the weekend.
It's shaping up tp be a battle between two of the most affecting ballads currently at country radio in the new Showdown, as Cole Swindell's winning "You Should Be Here" squares off against "Humble and Kind," the brand-new single from Tim McGraw.