Brad Paisley plays an average Joe down on his luck in his new song ‘Crushin’ It.’ The track from his most recent album recalls his most playful hits. Think ‘Alcohol’ or ‘Camouflage,’ but not quite that serious.
‘Young and Crazy’ may be the most biographical single from Frankie Ballard’s ‘Sunshine & Whiskey’ album. The singer admits his wilder years have slowed him down, even if he was living life at full speed.
Carrie Underwood’s ‘Little Toy Guns’ will remind fans of the title track from her most recent album, as well as many of Martina McBride’s greatest hits. While the song isn’t about domestic violence of the physical variety, it is a reminder of how sensitive young ears can be.
Kenny Chesney is one of country music's biggest stars, but do you know where he got his start in Nashville? It's about as unglamorous of a gig as you can imagine, and what's worse is he didn't last a week! Learn all about it, plus why he was supposed to be at Ground Zero on 9/11 during this week's episode of 'You Think You Know Country?'
Brantley Gilbert is one of the most interesting and mysterious men in country music. The 'One Hell of an Amen' singer doesn't talk about his past much, preferring to write songs and sing about the events that led him to country music stardom. During this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' we do the talking for him.
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