Mike Thiel is a midwestern Millennial multimediaist with an appreciation for alliteration. (It’s all true!) His stories, photos and videos can be found on the USA Today Network, Taste of Country Network and other entertainment publications and websites around the world. Thiel has created numerous enterprise entertainment features and regularly interviews musicians, comedians, athletes, reality stars, movie producers and more. Currently based in Nashville, Thiel is exploring Music City’s evolving music and nightlife scene and is also a musician himself.
Who Is Jameson Rodgers?
He's one of country music's rising stars.
Miranda Lambert, Husband Brendan McLoughlin Are Adapting to Quarantine Life
Miranda Lambert is adhering to shelter-in-place with husband Brendan.
Jeff Foxworthy Ditched His Mustache for the First Time in 40 Years
If you shave your mustache during quarantine ... you might be a redneck.
Earl Dibbles, Jr.’s Hilarious ‘Country Boy Quarantine’ Tips Are Probably Not CDC Approved …
You might want to consult with a medical professional before following his advice.
Is Jason Aldean Keeping Rock Alive in Country Music?
He's keeping it going — he couldn't not.
Chris Janson’s Next Single ‘Done’ Is His Favorite Song He’s Ever Written
The song perfectly captures his relationship with his wife.
Thomas Rhett’s Wife Was ‘Really Mad’ When He Recorded ‘Die a Happy Man’
She had her reasons!
Lee Brice’s New Single to Debut January 2020
Lee Brice is talking new music and his upcoming single, “One of them Girls,” is set for a January 9, 2020 world premiere.
‘Real Friends’ Chris Janson and Blake Shelton Collab on New Album
Chris Janson says he's making "Real Friends" with real friends — like Blake Shelton!
Watch Chris Lane Propose to Lauren Bushnell in Sweet ‘Big, Big Plans’ Video
Now that's how you pop the question!
Jason Aldean Surprises Wife Brittany with Best Birthday Cake Fail
It's not exactly Pinterest-worthy, but Aldean tried his best for his sweetie's 32nd birthday.
Luke Bryan Admits He Sings ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in the Shower
You can never have too much practice honoring Old Glory.