Video of the Year – 2015 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards
Country music has brought the drama in 2015. These nine candidates for the ToC Fan Choice Awards Music Video of the Year include clips of love, death, fire (LOTS of fire) and heartbreak. Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are superstars hoping fans will vote them a win, but newcomers like Cam and Brothers Osborne could sneak up and take the category.
Sam Hunt’s “Break Up in a Small Town” and Cam’s “Burning House” are two that involve fire. Thomas Rhett has the most pure love song — “Die a Happy Man” was written for his wife, and the music video captures that personal emotion, but you won't find a video more real than Jake Owen's "Real Life."
Find kissing of every sort in the Bros' daring video for “Stay a Little Longer,” and find a man paying tribute to our military in Brantley Gilbert’s “One Hell of an Amen.” Each of these clips provides a stirring emotional break from life, wrapping you in like a good movie does right up to the credits.
The 2015 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards are 100 percent fan-decided, so it’s up to you to vote up to once every hour for your favorite music video. Underwood’s “Little Toy Guns,” Brad Paisley's "Crushin' It" and Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” round out the category, and each could be the favorite to win. However, we’ll wait until after the Nov. 30 voting deadline to make that announcement.