Do you recognize this adorable strawberry blonde? Obviously, she’s not the singer of this early 2000s country music video. The man in the photo she’s clutching close to her heart isn’t singing either, but his haircut provides a clue as to the setting for the clip. This ballad by a California-born country hitmaker went all the way to No. 1 when it was released.
Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum has a puppy that looks like a living teddy bear. Jake Owen has two slobbery bulldogs. Who’s to say that one is cuter than the other, however? You can make that decision on your own at the end of this list of the cutest pets in country music.
Kip Moore‘s first gold single almost never happened. The singer — whose debut album ‘Up All Night’ is in stores April 24 — explains that he and songwriter Dan Couch were finished writing for the day, but pulled out the guitars again to write ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck.’ Hear him tell the whole entertaining story in the video below, which is brought to you exclusively by Taste of Country.
Glen Campbell turns 76-years-old today (April 22). Happy birthday to a country legend that was a crossover success before being a crossover success became fashionable. Campbell’s hits like ‘Galveston,’ ‘Witchita Lineman’ and ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ enjoyed success with country music fans, but also brought new ears to the genre by becoming No. 1 hits on the all-genre chart.
You can still recognize Tim McGraw by his eyes and mustache, but much of the rest of his face is quite different in 2012. The singer is in much better shape than he was in this picture from 1993, for starters. There is something else that is different, and we can’t quite place it…
Reba McEntire achieved a major career accomplishment this week, and Joe Nichols continues to celebrate the birth of his new baby girl. New photos of the singer’s daughter are included in the Daily Roundup, a list of the top headlines in country music. Below, find our picks of the cutest pets in country music. You know, the furry faces that make you go, “Awww…” Just try and stop it!
Dick Clark was a man that tied fans of all genres of music together, so the news of his death is a hard pill to swallow for many. For almost 40 years, fans of rock, rap, pop and country music would tune in to watch “America's oldest teenager” count in the new year.
The top headlines from today in country music include life, death and every emotion in between. The legendary Dick Clark died this morning, and country artists were quick to take to Twitter upon hearing the news. Find a recap of over a dozen star’s thoughts on the television personality. It was a happier day for Joe Nichols. He’s enjoying the first breathes from his new baby girl as his wife Heather gave birth on Tuesday. Congratulations to them both!
All four members of Team Blake were singing for their future on the show Monday night, after it was announced that one of the four would be sent home immediately after the night’s final performance. RaeLynn, Jordis Unga, Erin Willett and Jermaine Paul made Blake Shelton‘s decision very, very difficult.
When ‘American Idol’ copycat programs began enjoying success worldwide, someone thought it’d be a great idea to put the 11 individual country winners against each other for a one-day event called ‘World Idol.’ Kelly Clarkson — season one ‘Idol’ winner — was the U.S. representative, and she did very well, finishing second to Norway’s Kurt Nilsen. Yes, that mop-topped boy on the right (who vaguely resembles Clay Aiken) is Nilsen.
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