Kenny Chesney is one of country music's biggest stars, but do you know where he got his start in Nashville? It's about as unglamorous of a gig as you can imagine, and what's worse is he didn't last a week! Learn all about it, plus why he was supposed to be at Ground Zero on 9/11 during this week's episode of 'You Think You Know Country?'
Brantley Gilbert is one of the most interesting and mysterious men in country music. The 'One Hell of an Amen' singer doesn't talk about his past much, preferring to write songs and sing about the events that led him to country music stardom. During this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' we do the talking for him.
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.
Friends, teachers, classmates ... everyone agrees that young Garth Brooks was pretty popular with the ladies before he got married and became famous. In this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll learn what intimate activity the country legend compares being on stage to, and how long his first crack at Music City greatness lasted.
Tim McGraw and Keith Urban are headlining the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter, N.Y. and they're hoping you'll come see them perform their hits. You don't even need to worry about the cost of getting there. Enter here for your chance to win a trip for two to Hunter Mountain next June!
Eric Church struggled after signing his current record deal, but did you know it wasn't his first offer? Nope -- Church could barely drive when Nashville suits came calling, but he turned them down. Find out why in this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?'
The bar has provided inspiration for many of Toby Keith's most recent radio singles, and the good times don't appear to be coming to an end. 'Drunk Americans' is his latest. The woozy waltz adds a hint of inclusive social commentary to allow it to stand out from the rest.
Start planning your Florida Georgia Line getaway now, and don't worry about the tab. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are celebrating their new 'Anything Goes' album by giving one lucky reader and their guest a trip to Nashville to watch them sing at the Grand Ole Opry.
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