Friends, teachers, classmates ... everyone agrees that young Garth Brooks was pretty popular with the ladies before he got married and became famous. In this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll learn what intimate activity the country legend compares being on stage to, and how long his first crack at Music City greatness lasted.
Eric Church struggled after signing his current record deal, but did you know it wasn't his first offer? Nope -- Church could barely drive when Nashville suits came calling, but he turned them down. Find out why in this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?'
The bar has provided inspiration for many of Toby Keith's most recent radio singles, and the good times don't appear to be coming to an end. 'Drunk Americans' is his latest. The woozy waltz adds a hint of inclusive social commentary to allow it to stand out from the rest.
Country music's most important night brings excitement, energy and decades of history. From changes in how the show is broadcast to changes in the actual CMA Awards trophy, only the categories themselves have remained consistent ... mostly. Click to learn everything you need to know about the Country Music Association Awards!
Kenny Chesney is back with 'The Big Revival,' and it's a big one, indeed. In honor of his latest No. 1 album, the superstar wants to give one lucky reader an autographed copy, plus a No Shoes Nation custom football helmet and an autographed guitar!
What could be better than spending your New Year's Eve in Nashville watching Lady Antebellum? One very lucky winner and a guest could be doing just that for the Jack Daniel's Bash on Broadway. Enter here for your chance to fly to Music City to ring in the New Year, Lady A style!
In 1995, movie director James Cameron began pre-production on his latest film, which at the time had the largest movie budget of all time with $200 million. Any Hollwood actor would have been thrilled to accept a role in the monster blockbuster-in-the-making, 'Titanic,' but that's not to assume all country stars would as well.
George Stait's ‘The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium’ album is a 20-track release celebrating the legend's farewell from the road. It's available in stores now, but Strait wants to give one lucky Taste of Country reader an autographed copy!
Trisha Yearwood’s ‘PrizeFighter’ is her first single in six years, and admittedly she had some catching up to do as far as recording and promoting new music in a digital world. Empowering songs that feature two of the top country vocalists of all time always win -- that's something she learned decades ago.
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