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    Shania Twain & Billy Currington Throw Sexy ‘Party For Two’ In Alluring Video

    While her duet history is small, this sexy hit more than makes up for it! As part of her Greatest Hits collection released in 2004, Shania Twain notched three additional songs onto her extensive collection of country songs, including flirty duet “Party for Two” featuring the vocal stylings of Billy Currington. The video for “Party for Two” kicked off with […] More

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    Brad Paisley & Michael J. Fox’s ‘Johnny B. Goode’ Jam Session Is Worth Watching Again & Again

    You’ve likely seen Brad Paisley take part in his fair share of guitar jams over the years. But we bet you’ve never seen a jam session like the one we have to share with you here! On Saturday night (November 11), Paisley was one of the key players at actor Michael J. Fox’s annual A […] More

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    Teen Becomes The Star Of School Talent Show With Brantley Gilbert’s ‘Fall Into Me’

    Nothing beats a good country love song, and Brantley Gilbert has recorded one of the best. Released in 2010 as a track off of his album, Halfway to Heaven, “Fall Into Me” is still making country gals swoon. Although “Fall Into Me” was never released as a single, it quickly caught on and became a fan-favorite. Now, it’s one […] More

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    Finnish Band Gives Bluegrass Makeover To Metallica Hit & It’s The Most Redneck Thing Ever

    Heavy metal gone bluegrass? You’ve definitely never heard Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” like this before! A bluegrass band from Finland transformed Metallica’s 1992 hit into a song that sounds straight out of the south. Performing the song out in the European wilderness, the “redneck” geniuses behind Steve ‘n’ Seagulls deliver a banjo-filled slowed down rendition of the […] More

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    Jamie Foxx Delivers Flawless George Strait Tribute In Star-Studded Special

    The multi-talented Jamie Foxx took to the stage to honor the King of Country Music in a CBS event called the “George Strait Special.” Foxx, being from a strikingly small town in Texas, described a time in his childhood when he attempted to snag a seat in a local venue that the legendary George Strait was performing at. Being a dedicated fan […] More

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    Waylon Jennings Captures Spirit Of The ‘Good Ol’ Boys’ In ‘The Dukes Of Hazzard’ Theme

    On January 26, 1979, The Dukes of Hazzard aired for the first time on CBS. The show, featuring cousins Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke, ran until February 8, 1985, and was one of the most popular shows of its time. In the show, Bo and Luke race around Hazzard County in their Dodge Charger, named The General Lee. […] More

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    Boot Boogie Babes Show Their Sassy Sides In Sizzlin’ Line Dance To Hit Country Duet

    Grab your dancin’ boots, because we’ve got one smokin’ hot line dance for y’all! By now we’re sure your familiar with the lovely and talented ladies in the Boot Boogie Babes, a line dance team out of Seattle, Washington. Led by choreographer and director DeAnna Lee, the Boot Boogie Babes have obtained worldwide fame thanks to […] More

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    Keith Urban’s ‘Blue Ain’t Your Color’ Is Still All The Rage Over A Year After Its Release

    Released in August 2016 as the fourth single off of his Grammy-nominated album Ripcord, Keith Urban‘s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” took just a few months to top the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It finally reached that coveted number one spot on November 19, 2016, and it remained in that same spot for 12 consecutive weeks.  The popularity of […] More

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    Billy Ray Cyrus Goes Unplugged For No-Nonsense Tribute To Johnny Cash With ‘Folsom Prison Blues’

    Sometimes a country song sounds best when it’s simply a singer and his or her guitar. No band, no flashing lights, no glittery costumes. Just a raw, honest performance that comes straight from the heart.  Such performances get even better when the song being performed is a country standard. So you can imagine how good […] More

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    After Guitar String Breaks During Performance, Hank Jr. Proves How Much Of A Bad Ass He Is

    The show must go on! Entertainers are trained from the beginning of their careers to pretend like nothing happened during a performance, even if the worst has. Hank Williams Jr. proved that he had many years of this exact training under his belt when his guitar string broke in the middle of singing his hit song “Country […] More

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