Taste of Country Staff hasn't taken a day off since he/she was born in December 2010. Staff is an avid fan of country music and country music only although he/she has a soft spot for artists like Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson. Other interests include live music, cold beer, pizza at midnight and photos of country music babies.
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Best Dressed at the 2017 CMA Awards
Everyone gets gussied up for the CMA Awards, but for the 51st annual event, there were some real standouts.
Luke Bryan’s CMA Awards Looks: Worst to Best
Luke Bryan loves the color black for CMA red carpets, unless he doesn't, and then we fall in love.
5 Funniest Brad Paisley + Carrie Underwood CMA Awards Song Parodies
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood have made a name for themselves as the dynamic duo of country music hosting gigs over the last nine years.
16 Most Iconic CMA Awards Wins Ever
There are some CMA Awards wins you see coming from a mile away, when an artist is a shoo-in to take home that glass trophy, but occasionally one will surprise audiences, or even make history.
Miranda Lambert’s CMA Awards Looks: Worst to Best
Miranda Lambert's best CMA Awards red carpet looks find her looking confident and content. Her worst find her looking like she'd rather be anywhere else.
5 CMA Awards Performances That Will Make Us Squeal
We now know who is performing at the 2017 CMA Awards, and we can probably guess what they'll sing.
5 Reasons ‘Body Like a Back Road’ Deserves to Win Song of the Year at the 2017 CMA Awards
Sam Hunt's runaway hit single "Body Like a Back Road" is nominated for Song of the Year at the 2017 CMA Awards, and it's not hard to make a case for why the smash hit song deserves to win.
Everything You Need to Know About the 2017 CMA Awards
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will return to host the 51st Annual CMA Awards on Nov. 8.
At Least 59 Killed in Mass Shooting at Las Vegas’ Route 91 Festival
At least fifty-nine people are dead and more than 500 others injured after shots rung out during Jason Aldean's headlining performance at the 2017 Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas.
No. 2: Loretta Lynn – Country’s Most Powerful Women of All Time
Any conversation that mentions country music's most powerful women of all time is bound to bring up Loretta Lynn. Her influence as a singer, songwriter and female trailblazer can't be overstated.