Every once in a while, a song comes along that makes everyone who hears it stop what they’re doing and pay attention.
When Charles Kelley announced his solo album The Driver, he let it be known that it didn't mean he was leaving Lady Antebellum. And he's not "Leaving Nashville," either.
Live from New York, it's Chris Stapleton!
In an effort to top his 2015, Stapleton will take his talents to Saturday Night Live on Jan. 16 to be the featured musical guest for the evening. The guest host is Adam Driver from Star Wars: The Force Awakens...
Clint Black is taking over Taste of Country this week, and today the country star shares an exclusive brand-new acoustic performance of "Live and Learn" with Taste of Country readers.
The song is the 10th and final track on Black's debut album, Killin' Time, and he's celebrating the 25th anniversary of that watershed project by releasing fresh new video content every day for a week...
Cole Swindell's debut album has some new competition, as the singer's much anticipated sophomore effort will be released this May.
The album is titled You Should Be Here after the name of his current single, which Swindell co-wrote with Ashley Gorley...
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Florida Georgia Line
Granger Smith is a happily married man today, but he admits he was kind of a "creep" in approaching his now-wife about getting together. During a chat with Taste of Country Nights, Smith reveals that he first contacted Amber via Facebook...
Hank Williams Jr.
Kane Brown’s "Used to Love You Sober" is a jarring mix of styles and sounds that’s sending fans rushing to iTunes. Brown has a big country voice, but his sound isn’t traditionally traditional.
The 22-year-old crooner belts this sorrow-in-a-bottle love story over a mix of organic and electric instruments...
Kelsea Ballerini recently hit No. 1 with her debut single, "Love Me Like You Mean It," and she shared a very spirited acoustic performance with our sister site, PopCrush.
The 21-year-old singer-songwriter's first hit is a slickly-produced pop-country song, but she proved she doesn't need to rely on studio trickery with the performance above, which is about as stripped-down as it could po
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Love and Theft
Maren Morris hopes she’s noticed as more than just a rising female in country music. The “My Church” singer says she wants respect as an artist, but not just because of her gender.
“I think the ‘Tomato’ conversation, at least now, is more of a hinderance to getting respect,” she tells Taste of Country...
Merle Haggard was forced to cancel a concert at the last minute on Tuesday (Feb. 2) due to ongoing concerns over his health.
The 78-year-old country legend was scheduled to play a date at the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside, Calif...
Old Dominion takes a trip to the skate park for their new video, “Snapback.”
The guys bring their instruments to the bottom of a skate bowl and start serenading with their charming humor and good-natured smiles. It’s not long before they end up at a party in a wood-paneled basement, leading a singalong with the party-goers...
Wednesday (March 16) marks the 25th anniversary of the tragic plane crash which took the lives of eight members of Reba McEntire's band and crew, and the country superstar turned to social media to reflect on the loss.
McEntire and her band performed a private show for IBM executives in California on March 15, 1991, and afterward she chartered two private planes to transport her band and crew to F
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"Playing With Fire" is a big ballad on Thomas Rhett's new Tangled Up album. The singer agrees that it's comparable to Jason Aldean's "Don't You Wanna Stay (2010)," which means Jordin Sparks is his Kelly Clarkson.
Sparks, a pop singer, has shown interest in country music, before but the collaboration took root when Big Machine Label Group president Scott Borchetta met with reps
Tyler Farr cancelled a show in Oxford, Ohio on Wednesday night (Nov. 18) following a trip to the emergency room. The "Better In Boots" singer was slated to play Brick Street Bar. Opener Clayton Anderson ended up playing an extended set.
A representative from Farr's record label, Sony Nashville, says Farr was suffering from bronchitis and tonsillitis...