Watch Tim McGraw, Charlie Worsham Cover 'Rhinestone Cowboy'
Backstage before a recent Soul2Soul Tour date, Tim McGraw and Charlie Worsham covered Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy."
New Country Music We Can't Wait for in 2017 : Spring Edition
Little Big Town and Brantley Gilbert have highlighted a strong first three months of new country music releases in 2017, but projects from some of country music's biggest hitmakers — and recent award winners — are still to come.
Review: Tribute Concert Illustrates Cash's Enduring Legacy
A review of the Johnny Cash Music Masters tribute concert on Oct. 21, 2016.
Charlie Worsham Pays Tribute to Little Jimmy Dickens [Watch]
Charlie Worsham is adding his voice to a host of tributes to Little Jimmy Dickens in the wake of the iconic entertainer's death on Jan. 2. Worsham posted a heartfelt video covering the late singer's hit, 'Country Boy,' and sharing his favorite memory of Dickens.
Jake Owen, Charlie Worsham Cowboy Up at Greeley Stampede
Jake Owen and Charlie Worsham played a sold out set at the Greeley Stampede in Greeley, Colo. last month. The 'Want You Too' singer opened the show, before Owen brought a few surprises to the stage with him. See highlights in this Taste of Country photo gallery from the concert.
Best Album of the Year – 2014 Taste of Country Awards
2013 was a great year for country albums! Women may not have dominated the charts, but they produced some of the best LPs of the year. Ashley Monroe, Kacey Musgraves and Kellie Pickler all recorded projects that made our list of the Top 10 of 2013. Now, it’s time for fans to decide w…
Charlie Worsham, 'Want Me Too' [Listen]
Charlie Worsham comes across as a normal guy you want to root for. He’s polite, like someone you’d be happy to have your daughter bring home for dinner, and his deferential manner is reflected in the best songs on ‘Rubberband,’ including ‘W…
Nine Great Artists Added to 2014 Taste of Country Music Festival Lineup
Nine new artists have just been added to the 2014 Taste of Country Music Festival lineup, which already included Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley and Brantley Gilbert.