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    Trace Adkins Showered With Cheers During Impactful Opry Performance Of ‘Still A Soldier’

    Known for his devotion to the U.S. troops, it never comes as a surprise when Trace Adkins releases a patriotic single. Many of his biggest hits have bled red, white, and blue, including “Arlington” and “Til the Last Shot’s Fired.” In addition to recording songs about the military, Adkins also embarks on a USO tour […] More

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    Try Your Best To Resist Trace Adkins’ Swoon-Worthy Video For Ladies Love Country Boys

    All country gals know it…there’s something about a country boy. But this isn’t just country girl knowledge. Women around the world find it hard to resist a country boy. This is something that Trace Adkins covers in his number one hit from 2006, “Ladies Love Country Boys.” Written by Jamey Johnson, Rivers Rutherford and George Teren, the song was released as the […] More

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    Blake Shelton Comes Clean About The One Song He Never Wants To Sing Again

    You have to wonder…do country artists ever get tired of singing the same songs over and over again? In some cases, the answer is yes. There are songs out there that, for whatever reason, their respective artists don’t like to sing. But these songs are usually big hits, and are therefore unavoidable. You have to […] More

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    Country Folks Sport Some Fancy Footwork In Fiery Line Dance To Trace Adkins’ ‘Lit’

    Leading up to the release of his new album, Something’s Going On, Trace Adkins gave fans a taste of what to expect with two new songs. The first song he released was the reflective “Jesus and Jones,” which reached the 41st spot on the Country Airplay chart. Adkins followed up “Jesus and Jones” with a […] More

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    Trace Adkins Talks Joining Blake Shelton On ‘The Voice’

    Appearing twice on Celebrity Apprentice and being named the winner of The All-Star Celebrity Apprentice back in 2013, Trace Adkins is no stranger to reality television. Between his experience in reality television and an esteemed career in country music, it wouldn’t be surprising for Adkins to join his longtime friend Blake Shelton on The Voice.  While […] More

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    New Song ‘Hang’ Paints A Perfect Portrait Of Every Country Boy’s Dream

    When Trace Adkins released his new album Something’s Going On, fans knew they could expect a fine collection of songs. Adkins certainly met expectations when it came to the 12 tracks on the album, which closes with a picturesque song titled “Hang.” Written by Lynn Hutton and Phil O’Donnell, “Hang” paints a picture of every country […] More

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    7 Things You Don’t Know About Blake Shelton

    Living much of his adult life in spotlight, you may think you know all their is to know about country music superstar Blake Shelton. The  singer has had a wildly successful career in country music, releasing a total of 10 studio albums and has charted a whopping 36 singles on the US Hot Country Songs chart with a staggering […] More

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    Trace Salutes Those Who Have Served With Thrilling Performance Of ‘Still A Soldier’

    The men and women who serve in the U.S. military can always count on Trace Adkins‘ support. The country star has never shied away from expressing his thanks to our troops, and makes a point to honor them in any way he can. One way that Adkins helps the military is through his various performances […] More

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    Trace Adkins Reveals The Surprising Story Behind His Lonesome New Song

    This mid-tempo track opens up deep cuts and powerful emotions that nearly everyone has experienced at one point in their life – and that’s one of the hallmarks of a great song. If the listener can relate, they connect in a whole new way to both a musician and their music. With Trace Adkins, audiences everywhere […] More

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    10 Songs That Reference The Legendary Hank Williams Jr.

    The name Hank Williams Jr. and the word legend pretty much go hand in hand. He paved the way for many artists in the country music genre and definitely is not afraid to speak his mind. Many a country star consider him a hero, which is probably why he is referenced in so many country songs! […] More

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