Tonight (Nov. 6) is the biggest night in country music: the CMA Awards! I love country music, but honestly, awards shows can get a little dry on their own. So, what better way to make the ceremonies more enjoyable than a good old fashioned drinking game?
Five-year-old Emma grabs a wooden spoon and finds a room with good lighting to begin this performance of 'Friends in Low Places' by Garth Brooks. Sure, the superstar preferred a hands-free microphone, but a girls gotta make do with what's around the house before being able to afford the latest in technology.
Katy Perry's 'Roar' is one of the biggest (and catchiest) pop singles of the year. Up-and-coming country star Charlie Worsham has taken the pop track and given it a country twist as part of his Cover Challenge.
Degree of difficulty plays a role in judging what one thinks of any Kelly Clarkson song, especially her new Christmas single 'Underneath the Tree.' The woman can do things most singers cannot. When she's on -- and she's been on since she began offering dedicated singles to country radio -- she stands alone.
Carrie Underwood is smack dab in the middle of preparations and rehearsals for the lead role of Maria in the live staging of 'The Sound of Music,' which airs on NBC on Thursday, Dec. 5, so she remains a busy gal. The singer has returned to the studio, as well.
That's My Kind of Night, Runnin' out of Moonlight, Boys Round Here, We Owned the Night, Country Girl Shake it for Me, Gimmie That Girl, Just a Kiss, Put a Girl in In, Honky Tonk Badonkadonk and on and on...
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 full of meaning.
We are less than 10 days from Halloween and all of the spooky fun that comes along with it. Why not get into the mood of the holiday by listening to what we think are the 5 best country songs to listen to around Halloween...
Carrie Underwood's live broadcast of the 'The Sound of Music,' set for NBC on Dec. 5, will not take place in New York City proper. Instead, it is being broadcast out of Bethpage, Long Island, with details of how things will play out on set being revealed by the network.
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