Christina Vinson is a freelance writer based in Nashville, Tenn. After graduating from Cornerstone University, she left the idyllic shores of West Michigan and headed south alongside her husband, a musician. She writes for a variety of publications across the state and country, with work ranging from full-length magazine features to SEO-rich blog posts. When she's not typing away at the computer, you can find Vinson at the library with a stack of books, in the kitchen baking cinnamon rolls or drinking coffee at a local coffee shop.
Jake Owen Will Shake Things Up With Less Party Songs, More Meaning on New Album
Jake Owen's title track 'Days of Gold' off his forthcoming album of the same name is packed with whiskey and dirt roads, but that doesn't mean his entire record follows suit. In fact, the singer hopes to shake things up with a collection of songs that are less party-driven and fu…
Kellie Pickler Hopes to ‘Bring Out the Best’ on ‘The Woman I Am’ Album
Kellie Pickler's upcoming 'The Woman I Am' album has hit the nail on the head with helping the singer find her groove. It's Pickler at her best -- and that is a good place to be.
Brad Paisley’s Sons Like to Milk the Whole ‘Paisley’ Thing
Being a superstar with a name as recognizable as Brad Paisley definitely has its perks. And it seems that the singer's two sons are learning (at a very young age) to milk it for all its worth.
Hear Kelly Clarkson’s ‘White Christmas’ Cover From ‘Wrapped in Red’
Kelly Clarkson's first-ever Christmas album 'Wrapped in Red' includes several holiday classics, like 'White Christmas,' which she beautifully and tenderly covered.
Blake Shelton Reiterates His Feelings About Westboro Baptist Church
Like most people, Blake Shelton has some strong opinions about Westboro Baptist Church -- and rightfully so. Last month, the singer engaged in a Twitter war with WBC after they threatened to picket one of his concerts.
Tim McGraw Plans Tribute Concert for Deserving Veterans
Tim McGraw has honored many veterans through his partnership with Chase and Operation Homefront. He's given away homes and cakes and even a puppy, and now he's planning a tribute concert for military members and their families at U.S. Naval Station Mayport to celebrate Veteran&ap…
Sheryl Crow Would Love to See a Change on Male-Dominated Country Charts
Through the encouragement of pal Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow crossed over to country music, which welcomed her with open arms. But even in 2013, it's a genre that's largely dominated by males, and Crow is hoping for a change to that pattern -- along with many other country gals.
George Strait Regrets Taking a Break From Writing
Looking at George Strait's illustrious career, you may wonder if he's ever had any regrets, because with 26 studio albums, it really does seem like he's done everything right.
Brad Paisley Shares What He Learned From ‘Accidental Racist’
Brad Paisley's track 'Accidental Racist' stirred up much controversy when 'Wheelhouse' was released and is possibly one of the most controversial songs in country music. The singer, never one to mince words, recently shared what he learned from this experience.
Scotty McCreery, Florida Georgia Line Help Provide Clean Water to Children in Need
Scotty McCreery and Florida Georgia Line recently joined forces with celebs like Scarlett Johansson, President Bill Clinton, Celine Dion, Justin Bieber and Morgan Freeman, but not for entertainment -- it was in the name of clean water.
Zac Brown Surprises His Millionth Twitter Follower With a Phone Call
It's not every day that someone receives one million Twitter followers. In the case of Zac Brown of Zac Brown Band, it happened on Friday (Sept. 13). And Brown, along with bandmate Clay Cook, actually surprised the lucky millionth Twitter follower with a phone call.
Carrie Underwood to Perform at 2013 Emmy Awards
Carrie Underwood will take her powerhouse vocals onstage during at special tribute on the 65th Emmy Awards.