Two country legends square off in this Semi-Finals March Bandness matchup. Alabama was the biggest country group of the '80s. No group was bigger than Diamond Rio in the '90s. Fans of both acts have proven they're just as loyal today, and any band that faces either of these two in the finals will surely have its work cut out. In the battle to decide country music's all-time greatest band, who shou
Taste of Country's March Bandness competition is down to the final four. Zac Brown Band, Charlie Daniels Band, Alabama and Diamond Rio remain -- only one of these bands will be declared as the greatest country band of all time. It's up to fans and ToC readers to decide who will move on to next week's finals in this bracket style competition.
It will be difficult to pick a favorite in this Round 2 March Bandness matchup. Sugarland has had more recent hits, but Diamond Rio and their fans proved they're still very much top of mind by taking down Rascal Flatts in Round 1. Who should move on in this tournament to decide the best country band of all time?
It's a clash of two generations in this Round 1 March Bandness matchup. Rascal Flatts, the greatest country trio of the 2000s, are facing Diamond Rio, a band that was equally strong in the '90s. Whose fans will step up to get them to the next round of this contest to find the best band in country music history?
The battle for the best team in American begins today, not next week. Taste of Country's March Bandness is a fan-voted search for the best country band of all time. Sixteen groups from five decades of country music will square off two at a time in this bracket-style tournament. It's a battle of legends versus modern superstars, outlaws versus pop-country herores and trios versus quartets, quintets
Diamond Rio, the Christian country music group, celebrate 20 years since 'Close to the Edge' was released. The album came out on October 27, 1992, via Arista. It was the six-piece group's second album, and it followed the sonic style of their debut.