Sure, they're great onstage and all, but can anyone celebrate Halloween quite like country stars? From sexy to scary, sometimes hilarious and sometimes adorable, these singers know how to pick costumes.
Eric Paslay's new single just needs one more win to join the best Showdown songs of all time in the Hall of Fame. 'She Don't Love You' topped newcomer Canaan Smith's song 'Love You Like That' earlier this week, setting up a song battle with a duo of country superstars.
Eric Paslay's stirring new ballad has knocked another country superstar from the challenger's circle. Toby Keith's 'Drunk Americans' faced off against 'She Don't Love You' over the weekend, and while the legend stayed close, it was the redhead from Texas who gathered the votes to move on.
Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday night (Sept. 23), one saw the usual: a new artist -- in this case, Tae from Maddie & Tae -- wringing her hands as she prepared to make a debut, a slightly less new artist posing for a picture with a legend -- in this case Eric Paslay with Alabama's Randy Owen -- and the shuffling of talent to the circle and back for 10 to 15 minute mini-sets. Yet there was a different energy for this performance at country music's most well-known venue.
Wednesday night (Aug. 13), country chart toppers came together in Nashville for a great cause. The annual Guitar-B-Que event was hosted at a local bar, with proceeds benefiting St. Jude and Billy Currington as the evening's headliner.
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