Optical illusions can play some really weird tricks on our brains. We think we're looking at one thing and then... sike! It's something else. Honestly, what the heck. But you know the best type of illusions? The photograph kind, because they can be all sorts of awesome, strange and funny
Taylor Swift and her tourmates on the super successful Red Tour enjoyed a rare day off, celebrating Independence Day in colorful style. Swift posted tons of photos of the July 4 celebrations on her personal website, so fans could see how she and the people she works with were able to make the most of their time together while offstage.
We're all entitled to our own opinions, but food is arguably the best part of any holiday. See, eating our way through this sort of celebration is an automatic win-win-- we're happy, our stomach's are happy, everyone's happy.
Three days, over a dozen of country music's top artists and 23,000 screaming country music fans helped make the first-ever Taste of Country Music Festival an undeniable success. Headliners Willie Nelson, Trace Adkins and Lady Antebellum led the way in 2013, but the fans were every bit as important to the party as the music.
Day 2 of the Taste of Country Music Festival drew to a close with a major bang. Thousands of country music fans piled onto Hunter Mountain on Friday (June 14) to witness the greatness that is Trace Adkins -- and he didn't disappoint.
Creating the loudest moment of the first-ever Taste of Country Music Festival was Justin Moore's goal on Friday night (June 14), and while there's still a day's worth of music to go, he set the bar high. Mixing his hits with popular covers, the 'Point at You' singer left the suddenly sun-drenched crowd screaming for more -- or Moore.
Day 2 of the Taste of Country Music Festival brought some sunshine and a few of the rowdiest bands in country music out to play. Beginning with newcomer Rachel Farley -- who more than held her own -- the six acts to take the stage in Hunter, N.Y. shook the valley of the venue located in the Catskills Mountains on Friday (June 14).
Heavy rain showers didn't stop country music fans who'd come from all over to see Willie Nelson on Thursday night. Thousands packed Hunter Mountain in New York for the inaugural Taste of Country Music Festival. Ponchos, umbrellas, cold beverages and great country music kept fans in good spirits while the LoCash Cowboys, Parmalee and Nelson took the stage.
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