Eight new artists are competing for New Artist of the Year honors at the 2014 Taste of Country Awards. Three came from reality television, one came from scripted television, three made it the old-fashioned way and one came from out of nowhere to become one of the hottest concert tickets in country music. Who do you think should win the New Artist of the Year award?
Thomas Rhett had a busy week. He performed his new single, 'Get Me Some of That' on the ACAs, dropped a brand new music video for the same song and raised big bucks for charities with a show in Nashville.
Country Jam 2014 in Grand Junction, Colo. just got a whole lot bigger. Brantley Gilbert has just been announced as a performer for this four-day festival, one of the biggest and longest-running in the country.
Thomas Rhett had quite the introduction before his big performance of his hit 'It Goes Like This' at the 2013 American Country Awards. Parmalee, who just so happen to have a record out Tuesday (Dec. 10), sang 'Feels Like Carolina' acoustically as they introduced New Artist Nominee Rhett.
Luke Bryan's 'Drink a Beer' hasn't had an easy road to navigate on its way to the Showdown Hall of Fame. But after beating Jason Aldean's 'When She Says Baby' over the weekend, the ballad sits just one win away from being retired. Today and tomorrow, his fans will take on Thomas Rhett's faithful.
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