Country Music


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It’s beginning to look a lot like Country Christmas.

Last night, Country Music Stars came together to spread some holiday cheer. Singer/Actress Idina Menzel of Frozen was invited to sing with Jennifer Nettles, who just so happens to be a huge fan.

As Jennifer began singing “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” Idina decides to cut her off before she could sing the next verse. But what happened next was truly magical.

Watch the video below.


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“I’ve had panic attacks before big moments,” Luke Bryan said in an interview with ABC World News on overcoming stage fright.

The singer took the time to reflect on his triumphs and success before the CMA Awards. But despite his numerous hits and awards, Luke Bryan would have to endure two major family tragedies before seeing major success in Country Music.

Luke always wanted to be a singer, and just before his 19th birthday as he set out to Nashville to chase his dreams, his older brother Chris was unexpectedly killed in a car accident.

“You never truly move beyond it,” said Luke who at the time decided to stay home with the family and attend college instead.

It wasn’t until his father fired him from his “day job” that Luke was given the boost to head out to Nashville. He found success as a songwriter with Capital Records, and later signed as a performer.

His hit song “All My Friends Say” put him on the map.

Shortly after being invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, his big sister Kelly unexpectedly died at home due to unknown causes.

How has Luke been able to cope with these major losses and continue to shine through success? Watch his interview with ABC World news below.

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Lights, camera, action is definitely and understatement in Sara Evans “electrifying” new music video Put My Heart Down. See, we’re not taking this light-ly when we talk about this video’s bright concept.

Evans released the new music video in a flash just before the Thanksgiving Holiday. We hope this will brighten up your day! Watch Put My Heart Down below.

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Garth Brooks made a pit stop on the “Ellen” and had the crowd on their feet performing one of his classic hits “Ain’t Going Down (Till The Sun Comes Up).” Can you believe it’s been nearly 13 years since the release of his last album? Man Against Machine has charted the Billboard Hot 200 becoming one of the most successful albums of 2014.

But Garth’s appearance wasn’t complete without a little tear jerker. After a widely successful performance on Good Morning America of his new song “Mom,” Garth once again performed an acoustic version of the piece bring the Ellen show audience to tears.

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This Thanksgiving we are thankful for Jake Owen. Not only is he incredibly gorgeous, but after watching this music video we’re thankful to have what we’ve got. See, this video shows not the fun, grinning Jake we all have known to love, but a more vulnerable side to his music.

Watch the heartbreaking, stunning new music video “What We Ain’t Got.”


1. You’ve always thought he was the perfect specimen of man, especially when he looked like this.

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2. You kind of know this guy in that red chair, and have mixed feelings about him. Most of those feelings aren’t too positive. But you sort of find him cute anyways (sort of).








3. You respect this blonde lady over here. His wife. Even though you secretly want to be jealous of her, you know she’s actually really cool. You would definitely go shopping with her, or out hunting just to get a taste of her perfect life with Blake.







4. After watching this video you visited every Pizza Hut in your hometown just to see if Blake Shelton could be hiding there in secret. You couldn’t find him, so you ordered a box of pizza instead.

5. You never thought chickens were sexy until this.







6. You really like the fact that Blake Shelton is going gray, and don’t feel creepy about it.










7. Let’s go back to the younger version of Blake. Still SO hot though, right?










8. Even here. HOTTIE.










9. And here.










10. Finally, you always ugly cry at the end of this song.


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Luke Bryan once again proves himself a powerhouse winning Favorite Male Country Artist at the 2014 American Music Awards. The awards aired Sunday night on ABC from the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles.

Carrie Underwood also snagged her second AMA for Favorite Female Country Artist, while Florida Georgia Line took home the honors for Favorite Band, Duo or Group.

Brantley Gilbert‘s “Just As I Am” won Favorite Country Album.

Garth Brooks stole the show (via satellite from Greensboro, North Carolina) singing his new song “People Loving People.”

This week, we’re giving thanks for our favorite things that make us proud Country Girls. Let’s start off with the boys shall we?

10. Kip Moore
We are thankful for his boyish charm and amazing arms.











9. Dierks Bentley
This curly haired, Arizona boy has a soft place in our heart. We are thankful for this cutie pie!








8. Brett Eldredge
We love a Country Boy who’s the quintessential jokester and loves his dogs!

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7. Jake Owen
We are thankful for those Abs.










6. Kenny Chesney 
Our favorite Island Boy.











5. Garth Brooks
We are thankful for his heartfelt music.







4. Jason Aldean
That smokey voice, and strong attitude.

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3. Alan Jackson
We are thankful how Alan makes us think about life, love, and sadness in the most remarkable ways with his music.











2. Luke Bryan
He is the entertainer of the year. We are thankful for his tight jeans and catchy tunes.









1. George Strait
He set the tone for the hunky Texas country boys, and even at age 62 he’s still quite the babe. Thank you George.

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