TODAY'S BEST COUNTRY
Taste of Country Staff
You Think You Know Toby Keith?
Perhaps you've heard the story: a stewardess hands a record label executive a demo of Toby Keith's music, and days later, he scores a record deal. A few months later, he has a hit, and a few years later he's a superstar. It's a sexy story with a lot of unanswered questions, and i…
Parmalee Excited for ‘Big Opportunity’ to Tour With Brad Paisley
The men of Parmalee are stoked to be out on the road with country superstar Brad Paisley, something they couldn't keep quiet about when chatting with Sam Alex -- host of Taste of Country Nights -- recently.
Kenny Chesney (Feat. Grace Potter), ‘Wild Child’ [Listen]
‘Wild Child’ is one of the signature songs on Kenny Chesney’s ‘The Big Revival’ album, and not just because it reunites the singer with Grace Potter.
Granger Smith, ‘Bury Me in Blue Jeans’ – ToC Critic’s Pick [Listen]
With ‘Bury Me in Blue Jeans’ Granger Smith has taken the contemporary country song and turned it on its head in a refreshingly traditional way.
Win a Pair of Tickets to the American Country Countdown Awards
The inaugural American Country Countdown Awards are coming right up, and two lucky Taste of Country readers could win tickets to see the ceremony in person.
Best of Country Music 2014: A Top 10 of the Year’s Best Moments
The best songs, albums, photos, videos and news events are lined up in this Top 10 of everything great about country music 2014. You'll find one tragedy, but even that's been turned into something sweet. Watch to see what Taste of Country staff named the very best moment of the whole year.…
Kenny Chesney, ‘Christmas in Blue Chair Bay’ [Listen]
Kenny Chesney has brought Christmas back to the islands. ‘Christmas in Blue Chair Bay’ is his first holiday recording in over a decade, and it captures the same sense of chill his 2003 album did.
Before They Were Famous: See the Best of Country Singers’ Yearbook Photos
Before they climbed the charts and became worldwide celebrities, many country stars were just regular youth! And we have the yearbook photos to prove it, for better or worse.