Every country boy or country girl should have a truck like Chase Rice’s ’85 Chevy Silverado. This jet black pickup is on a lift tall enough to clear Little Jimmy Dickens, and it could be yours! Go ahead, start dreaming. Then enter for your chance to win here.
Even the biggest Luke Bryan fan will be surprised to hear one or two things about the singer in this week's You Think You Know Country? From tattoos to heartbreak, to the job he was fired from before moving to Nashville, this clip is filled with LB trivia.
‘Burnin’ It Down,’ the sexy new track from Jason Aldean’s next album, is sewn from familiar seeds but cultivated beneath a different kind of sunshine. The song pushes the singer further into hip-hop and R&B than ever before but still fits neatly within the brand he’s created over the last decade.
'Us Again,' Chuck Wicks' debut single on Blaster Records, is a patient, orchestral ballad about yearning to get back together with the one you loved and lost. Wicks has always been a talented interpreter of songs. His pain comes through early on this track from an upcoming studio album.
Eric Paslay’s self-titled debut album is a songwriter’s album, but that doesn’t mean the redheaded singer sounds out of place fronting a full, ultra-modern production. Paslay dabbles with several different styles during the 11 tracks on ‘Eric Paslay.’
Cole Swindell set out to make a well-rounded album that tells his story, and he succeeded. The 12 tracks on ‘Cole Swindell’ tread along familiar country themes, but don’t run ruts into any one in particular. It’s surprisingly easy to find yourself halfway through the album a second time without noticing.
Jana Kramer is looking for fans to show their 'Love,' and she's dishing out some pretty cool prizes as a reward. Here's how to play: Take a photo of what love means to you, and you could win a phone call from the 'Love' singer and an exclusive 2014/2015 autographed calendar. Plus, one person will take home an autographed guitar!
Big and Rich’s ‘Look at You’ re-introduces fans to the softer side of the country duo. While John Rich and Big Kenny Alphin are known for rowdy, in-your-face country-rockers, it’s this style that has found them the most fans at radio. This may be their most organic release to date.
On stage, Eric Church plays with fire -- literally. He shouts and cusses, and gestures to band mates to get them riled up. He'll pump a fist and point at the crowd like an angry football coach. The 'The Outsiders' singer forever seems one wrong word away from raging, and his fans love him for it. Off stage ... it's a different story.
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